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 […]
A World Class Competition for our Teachers (now closed) Are you a budding or expert teacher? Do you love to write about your experiences in the classroom for the benefit of other wonderful teaching professionals? If so, we’ve got a fantastic competition and we’d love to hear from you!
Looking for Charity Work? Did you know that World Class Teachers has a nominated charity? Well…we do! Throughout the year we work with and support Kids Company who provide support for vulnerable and deprived children in London, many of whom attend schools within our catchment area. Kids Company would like to expand their volunteer pool […]
Are you made for teaching SEN? SEN stands for Special Educational Needs. It is an incredibly broad umbrella term which refers to students who need extra support to access the curriculum and learn to their full potential. Needs which fall into the category of SEN teaching are diverse, and can include physical disabilities, learning difficulties, autistic […]
So You Want to Be a Teacher Teaching is a rewarding career, and it is a way to make a real difference in the world. Some people will choose this profession right after school, but it is also a career path that you can change to later on. In fact, the life experiences of those […]