Why We Still Need to Talk About Dyslexia

Teachers are on the front line of recognising dyslexia in children. A learning disability that is not outgrown, dyslexia tends to be most often spotted in the classroom, from children as young as three years old. Sometimes it’s not caught at all, so having the right training and support for teachers is vital. Knowing the symptoms of dyslexia, the different […]

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Back to school at the University of West Scotland

Teachers spend all day moulding young minds, but that doesn’t mean they don’t want to brush up on their own skills. There are so many courses out there to pick from – and studying and teaching at the same time can be a challenge. We speak to David Paterson, a Biology and Science high school teacher, who also teaches Health […]

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Have you ever thought about teaching English overseas?

If you’re looking to take the skills and experience that you have developed teaching in the UK to sunnier climates, Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) can open up a whole world of opportunities. Paid and voluntary positions are available all over the globe; from Central and South America to South East Asia and everywhere in between. Rent-free accommodation, […]

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Learn to code under pressure by breaking your way out of an ‘Escape Room’ box

Break free from the traditional classroom setting with The Coding Box – the world’s first workshop to combine the fun of ‘Escape Rooms’ with maths, coding and learning. ‘Escape Rooms’ are real life adventure games where players are locked in rooms filled with riddles and deceptions that they must solve to escape. The Coding Box has downsized and child-proofed this same […]

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Learn Gaelic in the classroom with Go!Gaelic

Go!Gaelic is a great way to learn Gaelic in the classroom. Go!Gaelic is a vast online suite of sequenced resources designed to support teachers and created by Stòrlann Nàiseanta na Gàidhlig, the Gaelic educational resources organisation based in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis but with a responsibility to schools teaching Gaelic all over Scotland. Go!Gaelic does not aim to […]

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