Guided Reading

My absolute favourite subject to teach is English. There is so much to our English curriculum however, between reading lessons, writing lessons, the new oral language curriculum, it is full on. I aim to do a series of posts about the teaching of English in primary...
Teacher on Maternity Leave

Teacher on Maternity Leave

I am almost finished my paid maternity leave- only one week left! I can’t believe how fast it has gone. Luckily I am taking two months unpaid so I will return in February. I just feel at only almost five months Lara is too small to leave just yet. And it would...
Anokha Learning-School Programme

Anokha Learning-School Programme

Anokha Learning also offer Online Wellbeing Courses and are suitable for all school staff – Teachers, Special Needs Assistants/Classroom Assistants, Home School Community Liaison Officers, Newly Qualified Teachers, Principals, Vice Principals, School Leaders, Boards...

Anokha Learning- Calm Boot Camp

Calm Bootcamp   Hi guys, This summer I chose to do all my summer courses with Anokha learning. Lara was born in June so I didn’t know if I would have the time to do all three courses as I normally do. I did though, by the skin of my teeth! The fact that the courses I...
Novel Study-Chapter One

Novel Study-Chapter One

I used to love reading novels with 5th and 6th class. You can get so much out of one novel and the opportunities for linkage and integration are endless. In this post I will include some generic teaching ideas you can use with any novel to get you started. This is all...

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