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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De-stress your students

You’ve handed out the mind maps and delivered your best ‘don’t stress’ speech, but still you can feel your pupils’ panic rising. Is there any more you can do to help? We speak to Janey Downshire, expert and author of Teenagers Translated, to see what more teachers can do to help tackle stress in the classroom REMEMBER THAT CALMNESS IS CONTAGIOUS “Teachers can have […]

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Teachers believe practical lessons in science and maths classes are key to encouraging students to pursue STEM careers

Survey finds teachers believe practical lessons in science and maths classes are key to encouraging students to pursue STEM careers   87 per cent of teachers of science, maths and technology subjects agree that STEM should be taught with more practical examples to bring the subject to life for students 61 per cent agree that the current curriculum is failing […]

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Volunteering with ChildLine

ChildLine stop by to tell us more about volunteering with their helpline service Every child has the right to be happy and safe. That’s why our ChildLine service is here for children whatever their worry, whenever they need help. A child contacts ChildLine every 20 seconds and some are going through the toughest times of their lives. Thanks to our […]

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Real life: “Love was my catalyst for teaching abroad”

Ian Robertson is a mathematics teacher from Glasgow. He has just started his second year of teaching at Harrow International School in Beijing. Here, Ian talks about his experiences teaching internationally and what led him to Beijing… I’d often thought about teaching internationally. I taught mathematics at a secondary school in Glasgow for eight years. During that time, one of […]

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A different take on Shakespeare

He’s a staple of any English or drama classroom, but unfortunately he’s not always popular with pupils. We look at one way in which you can capture the imaginations of your young charges with a few different takes on some Shakespeare classics… The works of William Shakespeare aren’t always easy to teach. Written in an almost foreign language, it can […]

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