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The Classroom Partnership begins the year with another acquisition

How to be an EdTech champion in your school

According to a recent survey, 37% of learners felt that teachers lack confidence in digital skills and therefore create a barrier to using technology in classrooms.

Ministerial consistency is key to school success

Last week Boris Johnson began his tenure as the country’s Prime Minister. Taking his place in Number 10 Downing Street, the Tory leader announced a swathe of investment, from 20,000 new police officers

Are GCSE properly preparing students for employment?

Recent criticism of the new GCSE format from leaders within the education sector has led to questions about whether school curriculums are adequately preparing pupils for life in employment.

Reducing GCSE exam stress for your pupils

It’s coming up to exam season and the stress is mounting to a fever pitch amongst students and staff alike. As a teacher, you’ve worked your way through the curriculum and you’re probably now at the stage where you’re going…

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How to prepare for supply teaching

Being a supply teacher offers many benefits, including flexibility of working hours and days as well as a choice of work in various areas. It can useful in adding to your classroom experience as an NQT too. It does mean…

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Why I left a permanent role for supply teaching

I love education. I want to start by saying that. I’m still as passionate about instilling knowledge into pupils and about providing a teaching experience where each child benefits as I’ve ever been. But it’s hard isn’t it? If you’re…

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How to reduce plastic in schools

Reducing single-use plastic in schools The government made two major announcements yesterday, one that the cost of plastic shopping bags will increase from 5p to 10p per bag in January 2020. And two, that schools are encouraged to eliminate single-use…

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The Classroom Partnership joins the CCS framework

The Classroom Partnership (TCP) has joined Lot 1 on the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) framework for education recruitment. The framework will see TCP supply temporary education staff to schools throughout the UK as part of the accredited framework.

Teacher retention just as important as recruitment