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Once upon a time a shiny apple would be the only gift that would be bestowed upon a lucky teacher (and not just at Christmas time we might add); but as the festive spirit enters all our hearts once more, prepare yourself for the incoming onslaught of teaching related gifts...
On Friday 12th October, I’m proud to say that I participated in the Liverpool Sleepout at St James in the City, all in aid of the fantastic Whitechapel Centre, a homeless and housing charity in Liverpool. We absolutely love supporting this charity and their vital work, and we’re sure
We are delighted to announce that this week we have been awarded REC Audited Education status! We're so pleased to achieve this, with this accreditation demonstrating externally our commitment to excellence in recruitment!
This is it now. The final stretch. You’ve had them for an entire year, you’ve been with them as they dragged themselves through what seemed like impossible challenges, spending an equal amount of time marvelling at their brilliance and despairing at their struggles. But you’re so
At one end of the spectrum, teaching can be a very rewarding, engaging profession where you get to see the lives of our youth transformed via the education process. However, at the other end of the spectrum, it can get a little bit lonely. But fear not! With the advent of the internet, with it has
Following on from our inclusion in the FT 1000, we're delighted to announce that the McGinley Group have placed on the London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain 2018...
The McGinley Group is delighted to announce that we have been awarded a place on the FT 1000: Europe's Fastest Growing Companies list for 2018
You’ve had themed lessons for Halloween, Christmas and any other occasion that has conveniently popped up in the calendar recently, so how could you dash expectations by not providing a plethora of Easter crafts, new vocabulary, and worksheets?!
Continuing on the theme of bullying, here's the second part of our blog that we launched last month on how to combat bullying in the classroom. Encourage pupils to help find solutions Consult with children who engage in bullying and those who have been victimised to learn about their experiences
Almost everyone will have experienced bullying at some point in their lives. From seemingly low-level passive aggressive taunts, to high profile physical confrontations, there is a knowledge of bullying from the very earliest ages. But as a teacher, with your employer legally obliged to intervene,
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