Category Archives for : Teacher Resources

DfE Talk at Earwig SEND Conference

DfE Talk at Earwig SEND Conference

Thanks to all of you who attended our Rochford Review SEND Impact conference with guest speaker Andrew Hackett from The Department for Education. The talk from Andrew was very interesting and we.

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The Rochford Review SEND Impact Conference and Lunch

The Rochford Review SEND Impact Conference and Lunch

Here’s an excellent reason to find your way down to the TESSEN show in Islington this October. The DfE has just issued its response to the Rochford consultation. So now is the ideal.

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Stress management tips for teachers

Stress management tips for teachers

How do you manage your work-related stress?   Guest blogger Erika Murray gives Earwig her tips to stay sane … Teachers are often rated amongst the top 5 most stressful.

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Rochford review assessment framework revealed

Rochford review assessment framework revealed

The Rochford Review, commissioned by the DfE to advise of the future direction of SEN assessment was published late last year.   Its recommendations include scrapping P-Scales and associated assessment.

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Bullying and how to deal with it

Bullying and how to deal with it

Following our anti-bullying campaign in November we are pleased to have a guest blog from health writer Jenny Holt about her take on bullying and how to tackle it ….

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Earwig hacks to save time in 2017

Earwig hacks to save time in 2017

We love hearing from our staff and one topic which is always fascinating to us is all the alternative ways in which everyone is using Earwig.   As if recording,.

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Earwig launches anti-bullying campaign #Iwasbullied

Earwig launches anti-bullying campaign #Iwasbullied

It’s national anti-bullying month. And the Earwig team feel as strongly about bullying as you do. Often the self-esteem of bullied children has been so eroded by the bullying that.

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How to motivate: the carrot or the stick?

How to motivate: the carrot or the stick?

Not so long ago it was the stick that was out of favour … now it’s the carrot. Or at least, too many carrots. Recent studies have shown that our rebound from.

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Assessment for Learning: is it working in your classroom?

Assessment for Learning: is it working in your classroom?

A good assessment system really impresses the power ladder above you, from the head of department all the way up to the Ofsted inspector, as they can clearly see the.

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New Term Icebreakers

New Term Icebreakers

After what has hopefully been a relaxing Summer break from school, you’re ready to get started with the term ahead. As you know, it’s crucial to get expectations in place.

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