I’m such a morning person! I usually leave for school at 7:00am and arrive at school at 7:30am.
The children don’t begin school until 9am, so I spend the early part of the morning prepping for the day/ rest of the week.
This year has been a unique year and while it can be a time of joy, rest & relaxation, the holidays can bring a lot of demands such as financial, social and family commitments. While, you can’t choose when Christmas comes, you can choose to help yourself get through it.
It’s that time of year again!
Let’s be honest, the Late Late Toy Show is the official start of Christmas in Ireland!!
If you want to bring the festivities into your classroom, here are some resources we found (including a game for teachers!!).
Primary school principal of St Brendan’s Ns, Blennerville, Tralee, Co. Kerry. I love my role as school Principal, in particular it’s variety and the daily interactions of all within the school community. I have an Instagram platform where I share my philosophy, it’s called @positiveprimaryprincipal.
It is so lovely to check in with you again! It has been such a crazy two months since I moved to Dubai to teach here. Every day I feel a little more settled!
In Japan, it’s the norm for teachers to visit the homes of each one of their students once a year. They are usually invited in for a cup of tea and a short chat about the pupil in question before heading off to the next family down the road.
Mná Fest is a specially designed online event for aspiring female leaders in education.
This event aspires to inspire, motivate and share valuable insights to those curious about career progression in leadership.
Féilte, hosted by the Teaching Council, will take place on 2nd October 2021.
The teacher was returning to work following maternity leave, worried and looking for tips to juggle her work-life balance so she asked the teacher community.
Going back to school is a nerve-wrecking time for everyone – including teachers! It is a brand new start; a chance to do things differently and establish a new routine. We asked some of our followers what are their “Back to School” tips for teachers.