Initial Education discuss what you can expect from an SEN teaching role.
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Initial education have come up with their top ways in which you can mark anti-bullying week in schools and make a lasting impact.
This year Diwali is celebrated at the beginning of November, Initial Education discuss how you can celebrate Diwali in the classroom
As October comes to an end, we have reached the end of Black History Month, serving as a great time to celebrate some of the best dedications and tributes made in an effort to celebrate black history over the past four weeks. Schools across the country have been putting their own spin on this month’s […]
With mental health awareness becoming an ever-pressing issue in our day-to-day lives, it seems fitting that each year we dedicate specific time to addressing the subject. An issue that extends past one day or awareness week, we discuss what you can do as a teacher to help both colleagues and students alike to raise awareness […]
The leaves begin to change and Autumn well and truly settles in as the month of October arrives, and so does the month in which we celebrate the best of black history. First occurring in 1987, Black history month is a fantastic opportunity to educate students and bring awareness to some of the greatest snippets […]
Teaching assistants form an integral part of our education system and are crucial to supporting both teachers and pupils in and outside of the classroom. Working 1:1 with students that need a little more guidance or working in larger groups in primary and secondary school settings, a great teaching assistant is able to encourage and […]
Hiring a new, inexperienced NQT or member of staff can be a tough decision, and although you may feel yourself gravitating to those candidates offering years of experience, a young or newly qualified teacher can bring so many strengths to your educational setting. Indeed, the drive and passion of new teachers is unrivalled, bringing with […]
The path to child development is not always exactly linear, every child is different and that’s what makes working with children so fantastic! The 12th of September is World Disability Day and a chance for us to focus on understanding working with Dyslexia and other challenging neurological and SEN needs. The equality act defines disability as […]
National ‘read a book’ day falls on 6th September this year, conveniently the Monday most schools in England return. What better way to kick start the start of the new school year than with a good book to get stuck in to? Whether reading independently or together as a group, the team at Initial Education […]