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Tes - 13 March 2020

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Four tips to excel as the subject leader of the pack
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4 ways to make the transition to primary subject lead

Being promoted from primary classroom teacher to subject lead can be a scary experience, admits deputy head Lekha Sharma. To help get you off to a flying start, she offers advice for bringing teachers...

6 min read 13 Mar 2020
How to take on a rebel
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Behaviour management: how to take on the rebels

Rebellious students are the bane of a teacher’s day, but despite the stereotype, they are rarely without a cause. In fact, there are many reasons why young people engage in such behaviour – and it’s...

8 min read 13 Mar 2020
A (missed) point of progress

Growth mindset: My (missed) point of progress

Early in her career, Becky Sayers designed a method of proving her pupils’ progress that she thought was ingenious in its simplicity. Looking back, she recognises it was more about removing the need...

3 min read 13 Mar 2020
How to help when words fail

How to help pupils with developmental language disorder

When young children are diagnosed with both language and speech difficulties it can have a profound impact on their later literacy skills, yet research on classroom interventions are not well...

7 min read 13 Mar 2020
Understanding the process of understanding

How to make the most of reciprocal reading

Over the decades, many schools have lost track of the original principles of reciprocal reading, says Megan Dixon. To make the most of this practice – training pupils to use ways of thinking to make...

4 min read 13 Mar 2020
The art of 'shushing'
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The art of ‘shushing’ to manage pupil behaviour

A well-timed and authoritative ‘shush’ is a vital tool for behaviour management, says Carla MacCallum. But it must be handled with care, warns the school librarian – as she reveals how she has...

5 min read 13 Mar 2020
Four tips to excel as the subject leader of the pack
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4 ways to make the transition to primary subject lead

Being promoted from primary classroom teacher to subject lead can be a scary experience, admits deputy head Lekha Sharma. To help get you off to a flying start, she offers advice for bringing teachers...

6 min read 13 Mar 2020
How to take on a rebel
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Behaviour management: how to take on the rebels

Rebellious students are the bane of a teacher’s day, but despite the stereotype, they are rarely without a cause. In fact, there are many reasons why young people engage in such behaviour – and it’s...

8 min read 13 Mar 2020
The art of 'shushing'
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The art of ‘shushing’ to manage pupil behaviour

A well-timed and authoritative ‘shush’ is a vital tool for behaviour management, says Carla MacCallum. But it must be handled with care, warns the school librarian – as she reveals how she has...

5 min read 13 Mar 2020