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Sam is currently working with a child who has ADHD. He has written a poem from his student's persective.  ADHD I’m not trying to be bad I’ve got ADHD My brain don’t work proply I wish you could see I just can’t...

Tags: SamB, LSA, SEN, Chelmsford

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: A Poem - ADHD


Danielle is an experienced special educational needs primary teacher who holds British Sign Language Level 2. She was inspired to write for us after seeing an article discussing languages in schools.  A (British) Sign (Language) of our times? Recently...

Tags: Danielle, LondonSEN, SEN, teacher, BSL, language, French, Spanish, German, needs, access, grammar, dialect, talking

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: A Sign of Our Times?


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


It's National Supply Teacher Week! One of our amazing SEN Learning Support Assistants, Helen Le Brun, was nominated by our London SEN team as their Long Term Supply Worker of the Year. She has won a free massage/reflexology...

Tags: NSTW, Interview, Long term, Support, Teaching Assistant, SEN, National Supply Teacher Week, Protocol Education

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Interview with Top Long Term Support Assistant 2013 - Helen Le Brun


Ben is an Australian trained SEN teacher and is a teacher of the deaf. In his debut blog he tells us a little bit about what he does and what his day is like.  As this is my first blog I thought it would be good to introduce myself. My...

Tags: BenC, LondonSEN, Australian-trained, supply, SEN, teacher, experiences, day, targets, goals, important

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: It's a Good Day When


Ben is an Australian trained SEN teacher and is a Teacher of the Deaf. He shows us the funny side of miscommunication. Get the tissues ready to dry your eyes - you are bound to get a laugh! Learning the Lingo Since moving to...

Tags: BenC, LondonSEN, Australian-trained, supply, hearing-impaired, BSL, AUSLAN, challenges, miscommunication

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Learning the Lingo


Sam is an actor, director and general theatre enthusiast who works with Protocol Education as a teaching assistant in London. In his debut blog, he shares with us his knowledge of communication and in particular his discovery of makaton and...

Tags: SamC, teaching-assistant, SEN, makaton, learning-tools, experiences, ideas, drama, communication, enhance

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Makaton - Using Drama in Education


Starting your UK teaching adventure can be exciting, daunting, and due to the different terminology, often confusing! Whilst their education system is very similar to ours there are a lot of terms and acronyms out there that you might not have encountered...

Tags: Protocol Education, SEN, UK Academic Year, Teaching Agencies, Primary teaching, secondary teaching, SEN teaching, SEN jobs

Category: Teach in the UK

Read: OMG!? What does that UK acronym mean?


Sam read a fantastic book last term called Mercury’s Child by Warwick Dyer. It is more for parenting than teaching. But he feels he got a lot out of it to use in the classroom. He has put a poem together and shares his views on how this book...

Tags: SamB, LSA, SEN, Chelmsford

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Reasons for Behaviour


Protocol Education has recently opened a branch specifically for the Surrey area to meet the rising demand for Teachers and Support Workers in Surrey Schools. Terry is responsible for recruiting SEN teachers and support workers for schools in Kingston,...

Tags: Terry, Mini Interviews, Protocol Education, SEN, Surrey

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Staff Interview: Terry, SEN Consultant for Surrey


Sam's previous blog was a poem from the perspective of a child with ADHD.  I have no teaching qualifications so what I’ve written is based on a lot of training, a bit of reading and a few years experience in different classrooms around...

Tags: SamB, LSA, SEN, Chelmsford

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Supporting a Child with ADHD


Zahra works as a support consultant for our Essex branch at Protocol Education. Before joining us she worked in a mainstream secondary school as a LSA, working predominantly with pupils with autism.  Here Zahra describes some effective strategies...

Tags: Zahra, Chelmsford, Essex, SEN, teaching-assistant, strategies, LSA

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Working Effectively in Special Educational Needs

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OCTOBER 2017 | "Your teaching agency needs to be transparent"
Jacqui is an Aussie teacher who has just returned from her 2 years in the UK. She got in touch with Mitch from the Sydney office and has been able to...
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AUGUST 2017 | Aussie Dollar vs British Pound
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JUNE 2017 | Taking a long term approach to teaching
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Stephanie is a teacher originally from Canada, and in this latest blog she wants to give some advice (and hopefully inspiration) to other teachers from...
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