Government Support Packages For Schools

School closures as a result of the pandemic, have had a devastating impact on the poorest children and the youngest in society. Ensuring all children can make up for lost learning will be a longer-term challenge. The government have released packages and funding to support this.

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Special Educational Needs Teaching

If you’ve been thinking about getting into the education sector and would like to work with pupils who have additional needs, special educational needs teaching could be the role for you.

We have a variety of SEN teaching vacancies available in both mainstream and special schools across London, offering various contract types depending on your needs.

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Lesson Planning Tips

If you’ve just started out in your new teaching position, you may find that your lesson planning routine is extremely timely and consuming a lot of your downtime.

Here at Red Box, we understand that candidates have varying lessons planning methods, some of which work more effectively than others. We believe that good teaching comes from how well you deliver your lesson and not how long you spend on it.

We have listed our 5 top tips for teachers who find they are spending too much time on lesson planning. Follow these steps and you could find yourself with hours of extra free time per week to spend however you wish!

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How to Impress at a Panel Interview for a New Teaching Role

A panel interview can be daunting whatever sector you are in, but in a competitive field such as teaching, you want to ensure you shine above your competition. In a teaching job interview, you will often be interviewed by a panel made up of the headteacher, head of department and perhaps another member of staff, and you’ll naturally aim to impress them all.

Our London teaching agency has put together a few tips and tricks to help you prepare for your panel interview, to make sure you come across well and impress everyone involved.

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Tips for Aspiring Teachers

If you’re thinking about getting into teaching, you want to make sure that your career change will be worth it. This can be a daunting task as becoming a teacher will likely switch up your entire lifestyle, so it is good to be sure and have a dedicated mindset if it is something you really want to do.

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Teaching Mental Wellbeing

Training Modules

The government has released the first in a series of modules to support teachers implementing mental wellbeing into the new curriculum.

The training will include physical and mental health material, to improve teachers confidence and identify potential issues before they escalate.

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Changes to Teacher Training in 2021

Early Career Teachers

From September 2021, teacher training and professional development is changing. Newly Qualified Teachers will be known as Early Career Teachers, and all will be required to follow the new 2 year induction programme, receiving support from a dedicated mentor through regular one to one mentoring sessions.

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Free Lateral Flow Tests for Teachers

All teaching staff are being supplied with lateral flow test kits on site or to swab at home. This will be offered twice a week on a voluntary basis to identify anyone who has the virus and may be asymptomatic. The result will be available in just 30 minutes.

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Top 5 Tips for New Teaching Assistants

A teaching assistant role is an opportunity to gain some classroom experience before perhaps moving on to start a PGCE or further teaching qualifications. It is also a great way to work in an educational role if you haven’t been to university!

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Teachers Overcoming Remote Learning Challenges

With remote learning and home schooling becoming a huge part of our lives throughout the pandemic, it goes without saying that it hasn’t come without challenges.

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