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  • National Storytelling Week!

    National Storytelling Week officially kicks off on the 30th January.  This week is a fantastic opportunity to teach and remind your students

  • How to beat the January Blues – Teaching Edition!

    We all know the feeling – those first few weeks back to normality after last month’s festivities. There’s no doubt that the

  • National Mentoring Month

    National Mentoring Month is a worldwide campaign dedicated to recognising mentoring and the impact it can have on people’s lives. Whether it

  • How to teach kindness in the classroom

    The month of November marks the celebration of World Kindness Day – a day dedicated to reflecting on how we can be

  • How to make your teaching application stand out

    Here at i-teachers we are passionate about making your teaching application as strong as possible. We recently read an interesting article from

  • Behaviour management tips for ECTs

    As an ECT starting your first role, behaviour management can be daunting. When you begin to teach your own class, you are

  • What is the difference between a Level 2 and Level 3 Teaching Assistant?

    If you are considering becoming a teaching assistant, you may be feeling somewhat overwhelmed by the amount of information and terminology you

  • Top tips for your first week as a teaching assistant!

    Whether you have just got your first role as a teaching assistant or are an experienced TA starting a new role, you’ll

  • Can a teaching assistant become a teacher?

    There are endless great things about being a teaching assistant – from helping your students to reach their potential to supporting them

  • 5 key strengths of teaching assistants

    Did you know that the 16th September is National Teaching Assistants’ Day? The special day was created to recognise the valuable contribution