A Day in the Life of a Teacher
Here is a comprehensive and clear list answering FAQ’s about the upcoming July Provision / Summer Education Program. Enjoy x
Interviews can be very daunting, especially when you’re unsure of what you could be asked. In this post, I’ve list some possible questions you could be asked, in relation to an interview for the position of a Special Education Teacher.
Today’s post is a follow on from yesterdays post on a typical day in my Early Intervention Class. This post is dedicated to the daily activities, games and resources we use in our class. Enjoy! x
I wrote this post to answer any questions teachers may have in relation to what a typical day is like in my Early Intervention Class. It details classroom structure, in-depth classroom layouts, displays, timetables and the recording of work. I hope it might answer some questions! Enjoy x
Hi everyone! I tend to start off every post out of habit with saying “I hope you are all having a good day” when in fact, I really mean I hope whatever kind of day your having that your embracing it and then moving on from it! Life is so strangely different now and toContinue reading “A Real Day in the Life of a Teacher”
Hello everyone! I hope you are all enjoying my blog posts so far 🙂 So I have decided to finally record myself talking through a few activities! First time nerves were very real so apologies for the shaky voice! Below you will find some simple phonics games that you can do at home. I haveContinue reading “Phonics Activities for Home”
Hello all future scientists! Here is a lovely simple science lesson that involves making your own home-made lava lamp – Enjoy! 🙂 Materials Water A clear plastic bottle Vegetable oil Food coloring Alka-Seltzer (Please make sure you are fully supervising any children taking part in this investigation – Alka seltzer is NOT TO BE EATEN!Continue reading “Home-made Lava Lamps”
Hello everyone! I hope your having a wonderful Friday. This post is dedicated to all things Easter Themed! When I mention ‘Okay we’re doing art now kids’ at school, I always receive a great big cheer – I often wonder why I don’t get the same cheer for other subjects, hmmmm! But did you knowContinue reading “Easter Art and Craft Ideas”
“Children come to school with some mathematical knowledge, which they have gained at home and through play” (PDST). Children are learning everyday, they see the world through imaginative eyes – something which some of us adults lose as we get older. Early Mathematical Activities allow children to become aware of maths in their own environmentContinue reading “Early Maths Activities (E.M.A)”
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