NQT Survival Guide – How To Combat The First Year!

We think teachers are heroes. That’s why Dunbar Education love working with you! We agree and know that teaching is one of the hardest jobs in the world, and not only that, one of the most responsible jobs out there! With everything you need to think about, you are nurturing our future generations of leaders, scientists, doctors and more.

A lot to think about, we know. You are passionate and you care. It is emotional, yet oh so rewarding. But remember you’re an NQT, we understand how overwhelming that is

Let’s get you back into routine in 2021 – New year, New you!

First of all, everyone at Dunbar Education would like to wish you a Happy New Year! Whether you have been working within a setting or working remotely, everyone has earned a well-deserved break with a fresh start amongst us after let’s just say, a very odd year.

We hope you do feel refreshed and ready for the new year, new goals if you have any (we don’t blame you though if you don’t!)

But after time off and any break from work, we understand it is difficult to get back into a routine. Even if you are still getting used to the unfortunate routine of 2020, Dunbar is here for you with some suggestions to help out.

You can do it! Ease into 2021 with these free top tips!

You have made it!
The end of term has arrived, and you have got through it. The end of this, difficult year is coming to a close and soon we will be saying goodbye to 2020.
2021 is on its way, and whether we are welcoming it with open arms or not, there is no doubt 2021 is also going to be a busy one.

6 eye-opening tips to change your behaviour management

There can be a variety of reasons why pupils can begin to misbehave in lessons and it does not matter how much of an experienced teacher you are, this does not reflect on your capabilities and it happens to the best of us.

Within this guide, we are going to go through some tips to manage behaviour in your lessons!

Teacher or Juggler?

Nearly a full month complete in my new role as Head of Department. Learning on the spot, dealing with last minute changes, leading a team of 25 non specialists during a global pandemic and two virtual open evenings. You could say it’s been a busy month!

I wanted to share my learning experience as a new teacher taking on a leadership role in my third year of teaching.