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Teaching Children to Read – the difference between a ‘letter’, ‘word’ and a ‘sentence’.

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Teaching Phonics – Chapter 2

Learning to read can be a daunting task for little learners. While it is true that their tiny brains act as a sponge to absorb an exorbitant about of information daily, it can be easy to forget that some things we take for granted still need to be taught  – with as much patience and understanding  – as the more obviously tricky skills to assimilate.

Take a look at our latest instalment of teaching phonics to young pupils.

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Anthony Vander – World Class Teacher (and Filmmaker) of the Month!

World Class Teacher of the Month goes to Anthony Vander!

This month’s Teacher of the Month goes to Anthony Vander. He started working with World Class Teachers in 2011, and throughout that time he has proved himself a very valued employee.

Not to our surprise, he secured a long-term position through us at working at Kew Green Prep School in West London – just across the river from WCT HQ. We caught up with Anthony to find out a little more about him and his teaching experience …

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Tips for teaching a modern foreign language

Teaching Foreign Language Tips

Whether you are a MFL teacher in a London school or a tutor helping students with their language studies, you have seen first-hand how some pupils get discouraged from learning a new language.

World Class Teachers offer tips for teaching a foreign language to pupils who see MFL studies as a challenge.

Remember, learning a language isn’t easy for everyone.

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Teaching Phonics

Are you a teacher in need of some phonics training?

Our May Phonics Training Session

Yesterday was another one of our world class Phonics Training Sessions with the lovely and talented Rebecca Cargill. Rebecca works with World Class Teachers to offer phonics tips and training to our supply teachers – whether they need to refresh their existing skills or want to find a new approach to teaching phonics.

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May Cricket Giveaway

Win Two Pairs of Cricket Tickets from World Class Teachers

Fancy winning two tickets to the at Lord’s Cricket Ground on 24 May 2015? World Class Teachers are giving away TWO pairs of cricket tickets, and you could be one of our lucky winners!

That’s correct; not one, but two lucky cricket fans will each choose a guest to see England and New Zealand during the Spring May Bank Holiday.

 How to Enter:

All you need to do to enter our Cricket Giveaway is one of the 5 ways below:

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