Teaching: a calling not a job

I was 7 years old the first time I remember consciously thinking “I want to be a teacher”. Mrs Duffy was my teacher and she was amazing. She had a calm, maternal approach to teaching and she made learning fun. Her favourite activity was asking us to write...

Rhyme and Sign Giveaway

“Out of My Window” is the latest “Rhyme and Sign” Adventure. It follows in the footsteps of “At the Bottom of My Garden” and “Our Farmyard Friends” in this charming series of children’s book. If you haven’t...

World Teachers’ Day

Friday 5th October is World Teachers’ Day. What does that mean? Well it is a day dedicated to celebrating teachers. It was established in 1994 to commemorate the signing of the 1966 UNESCO/ILO agreement which standardises the status and work conditions of...

Teacher Stress

Talking about teacher stress is a huge part of my work. I am passionate about raising awareness of this issue. The statistics around stress in education are well documented, yet for the most part this problem is accepted as “part of the job”. I don’t...

International Chocolate Day!

Those words fill me with joy. Even as someone who is dairy intolerant! I can go for weeks without chocolate but I do love it when I have it. There is something comforting and luxurious about it. (Maybe that is just because I grew up with the Caramel Bunny and the...
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