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Top 5 Roald Dahl Books for Teachers

As a man who truly believed that “a little nonsense now and then, is cherished by the wisest men”, Roald Dahl was not shy of a little whimsy and, as a result, his books have captured the imagination of generations of children and adults alike. As Roald Dahl day is just around the corner, we
Between the ages of 8 and 12, most children are developing their own tastes in fiction and becoming fluent readers. At this crucial stage, it is more important than ever to keep them interested in literature and reading regularly; or they could be in danger of losing the habit and giving up on books altogether.
Maintaining a healthy work-life balance is extremely important. Not only for our mental health but also to increase productivity and just general job satisfaction. While many of your friends and family may envy you for your 3 o’clock finish and 6 weeks off in the summer, they don’t realise that almost a third of teachers
Local education recruitment consultancy Milk Education are standing out this year as industry leaders in eco-friendly business operation. In line with plans to reduce their carbon footprint and minimise their waste consumption, Milk Education are putting into motion strategic planning to establish themselves as the UKs first eco-friendly supply agency. With a focus on positive
As changes in Education continue to alter the teaching job market, more and more educators are making the decision to leave their teaching posts and enter the world of recruitment. As experts in Education recruitment, Milk sat down with one such teacher-turned-recruiter, Stephanie Wiswall, to discuss what motivated her to make the change. Q: Tell
Having already ran over 1000km to fundraise for Schools in Mulanje, former Milk Education supply teacher Brendan Rendall is now set to run the length of Africa in order to raise money for brand new School Accommodations in Malawi. Starting June 1st, Brendan will be running Africa Coast to Coast, from Namibia to Mozambique, to

6 BOOKS EVERY TEACHER SHOULD READ

Continuing Professional Development as a teacher is crucial to being the best educator that you can be. But this learning doesn’t all have to be official in-school training. Below we take a look at 6 books that every teacher should read. Teach Like a Champion 2.0 by Doug Lemov Doug Lemov’s work and methods are
Big Brother Watch, the UK civil liberties group has published the results of its latest research that reveals computer software is being used to monitor the internet usage of school pupils in England and Wales without their knowledge in about 1000 schools. The report that has been compiled thanks to the results of Freedom of
As a teacher, we know that you’re almost certainly sick and tired of changes to the curriculum and constantly being told how you should be (or shouldn’t be) teaching things. With each new government seemingly having a new ‘vision’ for education that largely seems to involve changing everything changes sake, it unfortunately leads to some
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