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Sleep Better, Avoid Stress

In these current circumstances, you may find yourself feeling a little more stressed and anxious compared with how you normally feel, which in turn can have a negative effect on your sleep. Good sleep is crucial to not only a positive mindset but a healthy lifestyle, helping you wake up refreshed, stress free and ready for the day ahead. What determines a good sleep? Although sleep requirements differ from person to person, the recommended amount of sleep…

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Looking After Your Garden – National Gardening Week

Celebrate National Gardening Week by making the most of your time at home by improving your garden and giving it some much needed attention. Your garden is a place of escape, somewhere to relax, so why not make it the best it can be with a few improvements? Even if you don’t have access to a garden, you can still bring the outside inside with a few nifty tips & tricks to get your gardening fix, even…

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Be Sustainable! National Green Week

Celebrate Go Green Week in school with some amazing ways to be more sustainable in the classroom. Even by making some simple, small changes everyday can be enough to make an impact on how we look after the planet, from recycling to reusing. Take part in National Green Week which encourages schools and teachers to get involved in being more sustainable. See the daily events we’re celebrating to help be more sustainable and raise awareness! Meat Free…

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Coping With Classroom Stress

It’s important to understand how stress can easily occur and the best ways to cope with it when teaching. It isn’t always that one child that brings about stress, there are many more factors that contribute to the build up of stress, many of which go unnoticed or are often overlooked. Where Stress Can Occur From pressures on results including ensuring a certain number of students meet the standard requirements to time pressures and long working hours…

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Money Saving Travel Tips for Teachers

This month we have a special guest blog post from writer, teacher and public speaker Emma Bradley. Emma is all about saving teachers and families money! Here’s her top money saving travel tips for teachers and those working in education… Teachers are very limited when they can travel and as such, they are often making travel plans for peak times. This leaves teachers with little flexibility on travelling times, and means that teachers are often forced into…

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