The latest National Education Union (NEU) poll reveals that 44% of England's state-schoolteachers plan to quit […]
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We’ve all seen reality TV shows where someone thinks they’ve done a great job. They finish […]
As many of you know, I’ve had a, ahem, a long career working with various organisations […]
Duke’s Secondary School is in Ashington, Northumberland has approximately 80 teachers and 1,000 pupils. It was […]
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‘Failing to plan is planning to fail,’ said American author Alan Lakein. He’s not wrong, especially […]
At Reflective Teacher, we’re deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty The Queen […]
The six-week-plus holiday that had shone like a beacon at the end of the summer term […]
7 ways Reflective Teacher is helping improve teacher performance and assessment in one Tyneside School Dominick […]