We all look forward to the warm weather arriving – but teaching and learning in hot classrooms doesn’t work at all…so just what do we do?
Bullying has the potential to raise it’s head in all walks of life – but when it occurs in your classroom just what can you do?
Amidst all the demands of an overloaded curriculum do we really have time to actually listen to our children?
I like stickers – there you are, I admit it…there’s something tangibly satisfying about both giving and receiving a sticker – in short it’s a winner!
I have to say I can’t write about this subject without a smile on my face – so don’t expect a scientific analysis in anything I write!
I was visiting a school a few days ago and at lunchtime noticed that there was a football club being held. The coach was from a commercial company and he came with all the equipment and the club ran for about 40 minutes.
Golden time in Primary schools – what is it, when is it and how does it operate?
One of the great things about teaching is the interaction that occurs between the teacher and the class. Together we share the ups and downs of daily life both in and out of the classroom and there is a strong bond that develops between the children and the class teacher.
Schools have closed for the Christmas break – the nativity has been performed, Christmas gifts made in art lessons for parents and grandparents and the carol service went without a hitch.
We’re going to start to pull all our thoughts together on this issue and come to some sort of conclusion.