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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.

4 Ways to Help Students Analyse Short Stories

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When it comes to English literature, students will spend most of their time on novels and poems rather than short stories. Unfortunately, many won’t give as much weight to those more condensed pieces of prose, and it can be an uphill struggle trying to teach them

How to choose the right ties for your school?

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Uniform is an important part of school life. It affects the way people perceive our school, the students within it and -to some extent- it even affects the way students behave. There are many benefit of school ties for your school uniform, but how do you choose the right

4 Reasons to Use Custom Ties for Your School Houses

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Your school probably doesn’t use a magic hat to sort pupils into strict houses, but it’s still nice to have houses for sports days, merit systems, and other events. Plenty of schools simply sort their pupils into houses without making any changes to their uniform, but the idea of

Raising the standard – the role of a teaching assistant

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Raising standards of education and training has been a priority for successive UK governments since the Second World War, and it’s one of the few areas in which all political parties can find some level of agreement. Despite limited resources, it must be said that considerable progress has been

Top Tips for Teaching Shakespeare to Younger Children

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Studying Shakespeare can be extremely rewarding, but students often have trouble feeling comfortable with the text, and teachers often struggle to make studying Shakespeare as interesting as it can be. But that doesn’t mean you should give up – instead, simply follow these useful tips for introducing younger students

What Makes Classroom Posters So Important?

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There are plenty of different learning aids that educators can make use of, including the humble poster. If you look around most classrooms, you’ll find plenty of educational posters decorating the walls, and yet people tend to underestimate the value that those posters hold. This can lead some teachers,

Embrace the Teachings of Christianity with Spiritual DVDs That Could Change Your Life

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Sometimes, life can seem confusing because we don’t know or truly understand what God has in store for us. We often feel lost and that we need to face life alone, but by embracing the guidance and teachings of God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, you can walk

Why Are Buildable Playground Supplies Great for Schools?

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If you’re adding more playground equipment to your school, it’s nice to diversify a little instead of sticking with the same old structures. There are plenty of more interesting options available, including playground blocks and tiles that can be joined together to create different structures. Here are just a

How to take learning outdoors this summer

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As the weather starts to warm up, it is the perfect time to get students out in the playground and encourage them to engage in outdoor learning. On 20th June, community project Project Dirt is aiming to get schools across the country to move outdoors for at least one