THE TEN WAYS THAT YOU CAN MAXIMISE YOUR STUDENTS LEARNING DURING LESSONS

Objectives then activities As a teacher, it can be tempting to think of an activity and then base some learning around it. However, this could mean that you end up wasting time tasking your students with something that has no end goal. Instead, always start with a learning objective and then base an activity around […]

Top Ten Teaching Blogs to Follow

Whether you’re a NQT or seasoned teacher,  we’ve compiled some of the most inspirational and influential must-follow education blogs. Offering insight and experience, you’re sure to learn a thing or two from these teaching professionals.

From one Antipodean to another: Advice for Aussies living in London

My Journey as an Aussie living in London Having moved to London just under two years ago, I remember how daunting an experience it can be. Leaving family, friends and the familiarity of home isn’t easy. However if, like me, you find the lure of travel and adventure in one of the most iconic cities […]

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 […]

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 […]

Managing Classroom Behaviour

Classroom Behaviour Management Tips Every teacher has been in the same situation: trying to maintain the noise level of a classroom without losing patience. Class discussion is always encouraged – when on topic – but trying to get pupils to return their attention to their work can sometimes be a challenge. Everyone remembers the (genius) […]

Top London School Trips from A to Z

London school trip ideas from Ancient History to Zoology School trips in London give teachers a chance to visit some of the Capital’s finest museums as well as impart wisdom, especially if you are a teacher from overseas. Whether you want to take just your class to interact with history at the Greenwich Maritime Museum […]

Teaching World War One

World War One ideas for primary and secondary school teachers. Today marks the 100th anniversary of a pivotal moment in recent British history – the day of the first German attack of World War One on the British mainland. There will be more key WWI anniversaries over the next 4 years, and teachers of all […]

Why You Should Teach in London

Reasons teaching in London is the best If you are looking for teaching experience and a fresh challenge, teaching in London is an excellent experience – but don’t just take our word for it. A large number of UK schools and colleges accept freshly qualified teachers – with completed probationary periods –  from around the […]

Teaching Key Stage 1 & 2 in the UK

Britain’s National Curriculum is generally split into four Key Stages, with primary school comprising Key Stages 1 and 2. The two stages help young students develop basic but important skills through a wide range of subjects. Teaching in the primary school sector can be an incredibly rewarding experience, requiring you to help shape and open […]