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Stimulating and guiding creative writing through questions

21st Mar 2017

By encouraging students to focus on detail they can construct more effective ‘creative’ or imaginative and descriptive writing.


Developing a Strategy for Linear Exams

13th Mar 2017

With changes from modular to linear assessment, Suzanne O’Farrell introduces the key concepts, ideas and questions that need to be considered and managed in your institution in relation to this.


Mind Full, or Mindful?

28th Feb 2017

In this blog post from Nora Helena McKenna, we go back to basics and explain the whats, hows and whys of mindfulness; whether it can help in your classroom and quick tricks you can implement straight away.


Developing Classroom Practice

27th Feb 2017

Education expert Matt Bromley will be delivering a session on how to develop your classroom practice to best enable your students to succeed as part of our conference. To give you a taster of what you can expect, we’ve asked him to write a blog post for us that begins to tackle this important area.     […]


Tutoring Opportunity with Creative Education

24th Feb 2017

Experienced maths and English tutors required! Creative Education is currently looking for a range of tutors from across England to assist a prominent multi-academy trust in improving the SATs and GCSE results of their students.


Safer Internet Day 2017 – Keeping Safe Online: how you can know more

7th Feb 2017

The 2nd in our 2-part special for Safer Internet Day, discover these online safeguarding resources to help you, young people and their parents.


Safer Internet Day 2017 – The Internet: Friend or Foe?

6th Feb 2017

In the first of our 2-part special for Safer Internet Day, pick up internet safety lesson ideas for every subject and ways to raise awareness in your school.


Leading and Teaching Primary Geography for Non-Specialists

24th Jan 2017

The challenges to the non-specialist faced with teaching the primary geography curriculum are not to be underestimated. Here are some ideas to help you with a few of the key issues faced.


SRE: how to confidently deliver this difficult subject

17th Jan 2017

Consider SRE an explosive minefield? Empower yourself to be able to confidently deliver this difficult subject with our top tips.


Top Tips for Teaching Interviews

12th Jan 2017

Kathryn Crosweller gives her top tips for teaching interviews – having been on both sides of the table, she has a wealth of experience to share to make the whole experience less daunting.


Top Tips for Dealing with Difficult Colleagues

11th Jan 2017

Unfortunately, examples of conflict, difficult situations and difficult colleagues all have an air of inevitability about them in education. The pressure of the job, the incessant scrutiny on the profession and the culture of fear that, sadly, exists in many schools means that they can be a breeding ground for conflict. Therefore – especially if you responsible for leading or managing others – it is really important that professionals know how to manage conflict and how to deal with difficult situations and colleagues. Read our top tips for doing just that.


Making Phonics Fun!

4th Jan 2017

Phonics specialist Jacqueline Harris gives her top tips on how you can spice up phonics lessons so they don’t become boring for everyone involved.


How to engage the disengaged secondary student

14th Dec 2016

Of all the challenges that a teacher has to face, there can be few as frustrating or as difficult to deal with as a disengaged, disaffected student.


Climbing the ladder: Steps needed to aid promotion

6th Dec 2016

See our top tips on how to climb the career ladder and secure your well earned promotion.


Falling in Love with Teaching Again

29th Nov 2016

Inspiring disaffected teachers to fall in love with the profession again. The world of tomorrow is in the hands of the teachers of today.


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