Buddy Bots Have Arrived! What are Buddy Bots? What are Buddy Bots? I hear you ask…Buddy Bots is a brand new project created by us – the Teacher’s Pet team. The project began as an anti-bullying week campaign, but we… read more
The last in our series of home learning activities. These packs are a great way to finish out the school year and are perfect for both home learning and for the classroom. Including up to 20 activities which, when completed by the child, can be compiled into a fantastic journal of their year at school.
Is it possible to encourage all young writers to develop a passion for writing? It is said that practise makes perfect! Be that piano playing, ice skating or baking! But you also have to feel some level of enjoyment or… read more
Wellbeing Wednesday – Anti-bullying Week is Coming! This weeks Wellbeing Wednesday is just a little reminder that next week is Anti-bullying week (Starting November 11th). At Teacher’s Pet we stand firmly behind this campaign and we have been hard at… read more
Times tables… the part of maths that is causing many teachers sleepless nights. How can we help children remember their tables?This new multiplication check will make more workload for us!The children just don’t seem to remember them! I feel your… read more
Start ’em young A few reasons we should encourage foreign language learning in the early years, and some practical ways to do it. It’s pretty common to hear the phrase ‘start ’em young’ amongst parents when deciding whether to send… read more
How to Teach When You’re Not Understood As an international teacher teaching in schools where the majority of children are ESL (English as an Additional Language) for the last five years, I can tell you that it is NEVER easy… read more
Wellbeing Top Tips – Kids Edition Well here we are, mid way through the half term! Time is going so quickly, before we know it we will be back in the classroom and racing full speed ahead to the dreaded… read more
Half-Term Is Here, Let’s Discuss Teacher’s Mental Health. Well, I had vowed not to get too excited but I can no longer help myself.. its half term, and OMG (as the young’uns would say) am I looking forward to it!… read more
Seasonal Change Wellies at the ready! Seasonal change is the Year 1 unit that aims to develops children’s understanding of how the seasons change throughout the year. It also enables them to become familiar with their local environment – often… read more
Top Teacher Tips For Wellbeing Welcome to our first Wellbeing Wednesday blog post! It’s great to see that you have survived the week so far (we knew you would!) and this spot each week is just to gather you all… read more
Should you make the move abroad? What teaching in an international school is really like. I qualified to teach 7 years ago after doing a PGCE at Liverpool Hope University. It was tough. I then got a job as an… read more
Teaching Primary & Building Relationships I’ll be honest; I’ve spent a lot time thinking about what to write, about which aspect of teaching is most important to me. Let’s face it: none of us are merely educators of children any… read more
Wellbeing: it’s not just a buzz word. We all hear the age-old phrase constantly within teaching: ‘Don’t burn the candle at both ends’. Often, teachers find themselves struggling to balance out their personal lives – the things we both want… read more
Introducing N-Vision - here to teach children how to feel positive by looking forward to the future
New task cards, journal page, activities and more - all available now. Download this week's #WellbeingWednesday resources and introduce your children to N-Vision!
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