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25-03-2015

Amy understands that as a supply teacher that behaviour management can be even more of a challenge. You may find that the students don't respect you as much as their usual class teacher, and not knowing their names can make discipline even...

Tags: AmyTR, West Midlands, Watford, Behaviour

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: 5 Ways To Encourage Behaviour for Learning


08-08-2011

  Here's the first of a three parter by Darren, an Australian teacher currently working in the UK through Protocol Education. Behaviour Management - A Three Part Harmony (Part 1) I'm not sure about you, but my experiences...

Tags: Teach in England, Teach in the UK, Teach in London, Tips on Behaviour Management, UK Schools, Protocol Education

Category: Teach in the UK

Read: A Guide to Behaviour Management, by Darren


15-08-2011

Continuing his Guide to Behaviour Management Blog, here is Darren's latest instalment. Darren is an Australian teacher currently teaching in the UK through Protocol Education. Maintaining A Sane Classroom Ok, so you've given yourself...

Tags: Teach in the UK, Overseas trained teachers, Teach in England, English Schools, Teach in Cambridge, Protocol Education, Behaviour Management, Australian Teachers, Facebook, Twitter

Category: UK Teaching Stories

Read: A Guide to Behaviour Management, Part 3


17-01-2014

Lynne is a Secondary Teacher with QTS who is currently working in schools through Protocol Education in Bristol. Lynne explains that supply teachers need to be smart and decisive when judging the nature of the classes they teach,...

Tags: Lyn, Secondary, supply, teaching, ideas, tips, behaviour, not-always-easy, adapt, discipline, classroom

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Adapting to Behaviour


19-03-2015

You can model moral values as a supply teacher - particularly in relation to behaviour. Lyn can show you the way!  Classroom management is the biggest challenge for us casual supply teachers. It always has been. We encounter a myriad of behaviours...

Tags: Lyn, Bristol, Secondary, behaviour

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Behaviour Management With Moral Values


23-02-2015

Hannah outlines the importance of a teacher and learning assistant support working together for the best of a child who may present behavioural difficulties.  Working with children that present behavioural difficulties can be one of the biggest...

Tags: HannahB, CPD, Behaviour,

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Behaviour Support in the Classroom


19-03-2014

Sam is an actor, director and general theatre enthusiast who works with Protocol Education as a teaching assistant in London. For the past six weeks he has been working on a one to one basis with a Year Four students at a primary school...

Tags: SamC, teaching-assistant, SEN, LSA, LondonSEN, LondonEast, support, chances, rewards, behaviour

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Being a One to One


23-10-2014

Bobby gives us his tips on behaviour management.  When I speak to other teachers the words “classroom management” always comes up and this is because it is a very important part of teaching. Now I am no expert on behaviour or classroom...

Tags: Bobby, Leicester, behaviour

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Discussing Behaviour Management


18-12-2013

Darren is an Irish trained teacher who has recently made the move from Ireland to the UK to teach with Protocol Education. In Part Two of his debut blog, he gives further advice for teachers coming to the UK for the first time to work as supply...

Tags: DarrenC, Protocol, Ireland, Irish, Overseas, Moving, Wish, Known, Learning, Teacher, Discover, Behaviour, Classroom-Management

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Five Things I wish I had known! Part Two


27-04-2015

Stephen discusses how to promote good behaviour as a supply teacher. Good behaviour is something all teachers seek to promote in the classroom but it is seldom a given when you are teaching on supply. When you take a class for the first time it’s...

Tags: Stephen, Sheffield, Newcastle, teacher, behaviour

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: How To Promote Good Behaviour


27-01-2014

Orianne is a Canadian teacher working through Protocol Education Bristol branch. Classroom behaviour is something we all have to deal with and at times it can be challenging and in her latest blog Orianne shares some lessons...

Tags: Orianne, Canadian-trained, behaviour, challenging, questions, approach, hugs, uncomfortable,

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Hugs and Horrors


06-11-2013

Orianne is a Canadian teacher who is based in Bristol. In her latest blog, Orianne compares a teaching day to being similar to Game of Thrones. It’s Like 'Game of Thrones' Up in Here! Cursing; violence; adult-themed...

Tags: Orianne, Protocol Education, Teaching, Supply, Behaviour, children, Game of Thrones, Canadian

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: It is Like Game of Thrones Up in Here!


10-02-2014

Sophie is a Primary Teacher who is currently working with our Bristol branch. There are million things to think about when you are teaching and Sophie reminds us of one key thing that can truly make a difference.  It is amazing...

Tags: SophieW, supply, NQT, positive, children, behaviour, differences, stickers, rewards,

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Keep Positive


17-12-2014

Darren thinks back on a guitar lesson he has when was 11 years old and how it has influenced his behaviour management strategy.  How a guitar lesson from 15 years ago improved my behaviour management I started learning to play guitar when...

Tags: DarrenC, Ireland, behaviour

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Linking Your Own Experiences and Behaviour Management


04-12-2013

Gareth is a Secondary Teacher from Australia who is working in West London schools through Protocol Education. Recently, a crime was committed in Gareth's classroom and the class went into lock down. Gareth shares the proceedings. Lock...

Tags: Gareth, Protocol Education, Classroom, Behaviour, Classroom management, property, Australian Teacher, West London, Secondary

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Lock Down!


11-07-2012

Looking for a teaching or support job in a school? register here or search for jobs Jon is a Secondary Teacher from Ontario who is currently working in London schools through Protocol Education. Read his Behaviour Management Blog. Prologue...

Tags: Jon, Teacher, Canadian Teacher, OTT, Overseas Trained Teacher, Behaviour Management, Secondary, Students, Pupils

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Managing Behaviour in Secondary Classrooms: Part Six


11-03-2014

Mastering Behaviour Management as a Supply Teacher Walking into new and different classrooms as a supply teacher can be daunting for some without the added challenge of not having established relationships with the class you are covering and knowing...

Tags: supply, teacher, behaviour, management, strategies, what-to-do, tips

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Mastering Behaviour Management as a Supply Teacher


30-03-2015

A topic that has come up recently is a teacher's least favourite subject to cover (see Gareth's blog on How to Teach Dance). Like Gareth, Hannah's is PE! Hannah gives her advice on how to get through PE and in particular to control the noise...

Tags: HannahB, Behaviour, PE

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Noise Control In PE


13-02-2014

Miranda is a Primary Supply Teacher working in schools through Protocol Education in Manchester. "What's quite nutty about teaching is how one's school meat is another school's poison". Find out what Miranda...

Tags: Miranda, supply, Manchester, behaviour, misconceptions, management, discovery,

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Oh Behave


25-04-2013

Lynne is a Secondary Teacher with QTS who is currently working in schools through Protocol Education in Bristol. Today she discusses how she, as a supply teacher, feels about the introduction of longer lessons.   Register for Teaching...

Tags: Lyn, Supply Teacher, Teach in Bristol, Secondary, Protocol Education, Behaviour

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Prolonging the Agony


08-01-2014

Lynne is a Secondary Teacher with QTS who is currently working in schools through Protocol Education in Bristol. It's not always easy stepping in to cover classes for someone and Lynne shares her view on what is often the first...

Tags: Lyn, secondary, supply, register, digital, paper, different, behaviour

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Register - Paper versus Digital


27-06-2013

Beth is a Secondary teacher working in schools in Leicester through Protocol Education.  Something I’ve been asked, from my privileged position as outsider, in every school I’ve supplied in is “What do...

Tags: ProtoBlog, Beth, Secondary Teacher, Teach in Leicester, Behaviour, Protocol Education

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: So, what do you think of this place then?


19-04-2013

Amy is a Primary Teacher working in schools in London through Protocol Education. Today she reveals her techniques for surviving supply in Year 6... Protocol Education's Facebook -  Twitter - Pinterest Surviving...

Tags: AmyC, Primary Teacher, Supply Teacher, Teach in London, Year 6, Behaviour, Protocol Education

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Surviving Year 6


29-05-2013

Jo is a Canadian teacher from Ontario who is working as a Supply Teacher through Protocol Education in schools in Bristol. Today she Introduces us to her simple but very effective way of making sure she remembers what works for each class...

Tags: Jo, Canadian Teacher, Teach in Bristol, Supply Teacher, Tips, Notes, Behaviour, Protocol Education

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Take Note and Take Notes


22-11-2013

Gareth is a Secondary Teacher from Australia who is working in West London schools through Protocol Education. Gareth shares his thoughts on his tough first year teaching and believes it's better to get the difficult year over and...

Tags: Gareth, Protocol Education, NQT, Teaching, difficult, Class, Behaviour,

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Tear off the Bandaid


11-02-2014

We welcome to our Protoblogger team Laura. Laura is Canadian trained primary teacher who works for Protocol Education in Cambridge. Here is her debut blog.  The Supply Teachers Guide to the Galaxy (Or in this case Cambridge) Arriving and...

Tags: LauraR, Cambridge, Canadian-trained, supply, teaching, learning, guide, expectations, help, behaviour

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: The Supply Teachers Guide to the Galaxy


03-03-2012

  Cathryn is an Australian Teacher living and teaching in London through Protocol Education. My Saving Grace Half-term has finally finished, and – just like at home – the last two weeks of term mean ratty kids.  If...

Tags: Cathryn, Teacher, Australian Teacher, Teach in London, Teach in the UK, Behaviour Management

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: UK Classrooms: My Saving Grace


29-03-2014

Gareth is a Secondary Teacher from Australia who is working in West London schools through Protocol Education. Gareth's students have picked up on what he wears and they have noticed a trend.  “Why do you always wear...

Tags: Gareth, LondonSecondary, behaviour, uniforms, appearance, Ofsted, trends, changes

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Uniform Management


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