The Secret Life of Teachers

On Year 3 but other than the first bright pink new teacher square, I'm already mostly in the "veteran" teacher space! maintaining your sanity and passion for teaching, new teacher thinking vs. veteran teacher thinking

OBSERVING CHILDREN-May be a helpful observation tool for teachers to do for parents who are curious about their child and what they are learning and interested in. Could help them plan stuff similar at home for the child.

Making Learning Visible Resources - a great site to support your efforts around documentation of learning in the classroom

Purpose, Practice, Patience Observation takes. Repeated practice, reflection and commitment to make the time

Question of the month display

Another parents wall item. Parent engagement is so important. Small things like this can help parents and teachers communicate better.

At Ace Early Years we have been lucky enough to be given the freedom to explore and develop our planning over several years. We have moved from formal and rigid, through to a much more child-led.

At Ace Early Years we have been lucky enough to be given the freedom to explore and develop our planning over several years.

At Ace Early Years we have been lucky enough to be given the freedom to explore and develop our planning over several years. We have moved from formal and rigid, through to a more child-led approach.

For your direct teaching sessions you would differentiate your objective over 3 broad levels or more and direct your questioning to children based on their ability level.

My mathematics "giant" learning journal I display on my Learning Journey wall. Documents experiences over a term.

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