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te@cher Toolkit talks to WCT about #SupplyTeaching

The UK’s most followed teacher on Twitter talks to World Class Teachers 

I had the pleasure of talking with Ross McGill from the infamous @TeacherToolkit about all things Supply Teaching. With a following of 102, 081 (at last check) Ross McGill is fast becoming a leading authority on teaching. However, despite the vast reach of his ‘followers’ it was clear that Ross has remained true to his roots. As a deputy headteacher with one of the most prolific teaching blogs online, Ross remains a committed and passionate educator who uses his profile to share what he’s learnt and impart knowledge to those looking to add to their voice to the world of education.

Sitting in the park with his son, Ross was happy to share his insights into supply teaching so long as I was happy to work within a ‘four year olds schedule’. Agreed.

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Supply Teacher Survival Guide: 10 Ways To Earn Money This School Holiday’s

As tempting as late nights and no alarms clocks can be, the extended break with no cash flow can be a worrisome time for supply staff. In an effort to help you bring in some extra cash – while still having time to enjoy the summer – we’ve collated a list of 10 ways to keep earning money this school break.

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Fun in the sun for both students & teachers these school holidays!

Fun Things To Do during the Summer Holidays?

Summer holidays are just around the corner and if you’re stuck for ideas we’ve come up with a compilation of fun things to do for both students and teachers. Interesting, educational and fun, enjoy your well earned break and enjoy the best of London in summer.

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The Teaching Mind: Mental Skills needed to Teach

What Types of Mental Skills does it take to Teach?

Teaching is a vocation; a privilege and a responsibility.  The ability to impart knowledge while inspiring curiosity is one to be revered.

So what are the mental skills required to teach? What attributes do successful teachers have that make them so invaluable? We’ve come up with a list of our most desired and admired teacher traits …   Read more

Why Supply? Teach in London

Why Supply?

Are you a teacher thinking of getting into Supply work? There are many reasons why teachers choose to take the supply route rather than fulltime placement. Supply Teachers play an exceptionally important role in our society and are imperative to ensuring students get the best education available to them.

If you’re thinking of making the career move within London or your home country – we’ve got some great reasons why supply work may be just the thing for you.

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