Is Our Education System Offering Adequate Support for Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?

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Education is fundamental for preparing young people for the future. Growing in knowledge on range of different topics, experiences and events supports our self-progression and self-development. Through our experience of learning we gain a better understanding of the world our place within it.

Great Summer Experiences For Children With Special Needs

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Summer is a special time for parents of children with special needs. Children with special needs need activities that stimulate the brain and help them continue to learn. This is why parents need to investigate what they can do to help them. Kids benefit when parents are on top

What to do (and what not to do) to prep for exams

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It’s normal to feel scared about exams, but there’s no need to feel powerless It’s easy to feel lost during exam season. If you find yourself riddled with nerves and unable to focus, know that you aren’t alone. Huge numbers of students get completely stressed out at the thought

Improve spelling and grammar in Primary students

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Spelling and grammar, combined with general vocabulary knowledge, are an important part of writing. To be able to have great spelling and grammar skills practice is essential, however, there are some other ways to encourage children to improve their English skills.

Teaching 19th Century Literature

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Some of us absolutely love a period drama but trying to get a classroom of teenagers to share that same enthusiasm can sometimes be a struggle. There are a broad range of topics when teaching 19th century prose, from revolution and rebellion to adventure and discovery, this makes it

How to make KS1 and KS2 learning fun and engaging

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Teaching primary school students throughout key stage one and key stage two can be an extremely rewarding experience.

Re-engage primary school students after the Christmas break

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The start of a new term can always be tricky, especially after an exciting period such as Christmas. Getting your students engaged and ready for action again is easy with a bit of preparation and planning.

Get ready for Christmas with these classroom resources

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As Christmas draws closer it’s going to get increasingly hard for teachers to avoid adding some festive fun to regular lessons. Luckily, Teachit Primary make it easy to plan your lessons for the festive period, offering a huge selection of Christmas themed resources for all year groups. By adding

3 Ways you can use paper bags for back to school

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Paper bags are extremely useful for many different reasons. For starters, the use of paper instead of plastic helps slow down the amount of plastic that is cycling around the planet. Encouraging the use of paper bags also gives our children the knowledge on renewable sources and reducing their

5 Common Signs of Dyslexia in the Classroom

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Dyslexia becomes much more prominent and the symptoms become much clearer when children enter a classroom setting. To help you get dyslexic children the help they need, take note of these common signs of dyslexia.