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27-02-2015

In need of a five minute activity or something to keep up your sleeve for wet break times? Maybe a group that won’t settle or still just can’t grasp a concept in lessons; try one of Samantha's three below.  1. A name game There...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: 3 Ways to Include Drama Techniques Into All Teaching


23-07-2014

Samantha sums up her year in a few words and encourages us to take this time to stop, breath and say well done to ourselves. Thinking about my last year as a teacher, I was going to have a very deep and through reflection of what happened, what...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: A Year in the Life of a Teacher


20-06-2014

We've come to the end of National Supply Teacher Week today. Let's catch up with a few supply teachers before the day ends. Samantha shares her love of supply.  1. What do you love about doing supply work? Supply work gives freedom...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, NSTW, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Be a Supply Teacher


28-10-2014

Here are Samantha's tried and tested supply teaching behaviour management tips.  The nights I spent waking up having dreamt up a way to enter a class that doesn’t scream ‘I’m a supply’ I have lost count of. ...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Behaviour Management for Supply Teachers: Prevention


17-05-2014

Lauren is a Canadian-trained primary teacher who works for Protocol Education's Surrey team. Lauren has recently taken on a long-term role, however it wasn't easy coming to her decision and there were many things she...

Tags: LaurenK, Canada, LondonSouth, Surrey, Canadian-trained, overseas, choices, opportunities, long-term, short-term, daily, supply, decisions

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Choosing Between Long-term and Supply


22-12-2014

Samantha loves Christmas and during November put pen to paper of what she was looking forward to.  I love Christmas and I love the build up to it during this half of the autumn term. Now as a full time drama teaching I plan to have all assessments...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Christmas Time at School


21-07-2014

Samantha shares her thoughts on the last weeks and days of the summer term and the learning that takes place.  So as a supply teacher we walk into the class room and the students are supposed to, complete a worksheet, finish a poster or create...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher, creativity, learning

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Creativity, Learning and the Summer Term


28-05-2014

Laura reminds us we should always make a good impression as you never know when a day of daily supply may turn into a long-term position.  As schools are constantly needing and changing staff members, any day of supply work is a chance to...

Tags: LauraR, Canada, Cambridge, Canadian-trained, supply, interviews, daily

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Daily Supply Work and the Informal Interview


10-12-2010

I’ve heard it’s really difficult to set up a bank account in the UK. Should I set one up before I leave Australia? True, it can be difficult to set up a bank account, but not if you are registered with Protocol Education. We have a link...

Tags: Protocol Education, Teach in the UK, Teach in London, Teach in England, Relief Teaching, Casual Teaching, Daily teaching, Teaching contracts in London, Facebook, Twitter,

Category: Teach in the UK

Read: Frequently Asked Questions


09-09-2014

New to supply teaching and not sure what it is all about? Don't worry, Samantha has put a 3-part guide together for you.  Great Supply Expectations - Part 1: Before You Get to the School Many teachers who have just qualified or are...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Great Supply Expectations: Part 1


17-09-2014

Samantha's first blog of her series Great Supply Expectations covered what to do before getting to a school. Now she has moved on to what happens and what you should do once youi arrive at the school.  Great Supply Expectations Part 2:...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Great Supply Expectations: Part 2


03-10-2014

We come to the end of Samantha's three part series Great Supply Expectations. She finishes up with what you should do at the end of the school day.  Great Supply Expectations: Part 3: The End of the Day We all know that sometimes supply...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Great Supply Expectations: Part 3


19-04-2013

Follow Amy  as she documents her experiences supply teaching in South London Primary schools and Nurseries through Protocol Education. The Great (and less great) Things about Daily Supply After completing a short term supply post. I am...

Tags: AmyT, Daily Supply Teaching, Primary Teacher, Teach in London, Protocol Education

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Great Things about Daily Supply


12-05-2014

We have found that many candidates like to mix it up when working with us. Sometimes you might be looking for daily supply, other times it will be something more long-term.  Both options offer different advantages and things to consider. Here...

Tags: Protocol-Education, blogs, choices, possibilities, long-term, supply, daily, flexibility, security

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Head to Head - Long-term versus Daily Supply


24-11-2014

Samantha responds to a recent news article by Thomas Hescott ‘Scrapping GCSE drama from the curriculum would be madness’ (Guardian, 3rd November 2014). Some children can happily sit at a desk and write notes, read from the...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Let Us Change GCSEs Again


21-02-2013

Teresa is a Kiwi Secondary teacher who has done a lot of work for Protocol Education. She has some advice for fellow Proto-blogger Amy who is about to swith from long term to daily supply teaching.    Read Amy's blog, Switching...

Tags: Teresa, Amy, Supply Teaching, Teach in UK, Kiwi, Canadian, Daily Supply, Long term Supply, Advice

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: My Advice to Amy - Teresa's Reply


04-11-2014

With the resignation date recently passed the focus turns to teaching positions for January. We will be helping your prepare with CV writing tips and interview strategies. Samantha shares with us her top tips for writing a CV.  I think that...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: My Top Four Tips on CV Writing


20-08-2014

September is just around the corner and Samantha helps us get ready for it's return.  “We know that in September, we will wander through the warm winds of summer's wreckage. We will welcome summer's ghost.” - Henry...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: September Clear Out


14-05-2014

Samantha is a Secondary drama teacher and is currently in a long term role in East London. Samantha shares how the choice of daily supply and long-term work enters her mind frequently.  Short term or long term supply: “To be or...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, long-term, supply, daily, choices

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Short-term or Long-term supply


09-02-2015

What is it that makes us step foot back in the classroom day in day out? Samantha gives her view.  Student development, short and long term. It’s why we teach! We often have many, many, many forms to fill in, grades to give and basically...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Student Development - Short and Long term


31-07-2014

The sun is shining and you aren't heading in to school everyday. What do you do with yourself? Samantha gives us a a few ideas of where we can find work to see us through.  It’s the summer holidays: what do I do now! Now contrary...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Summer Holidays: What Do I Do Now!


14-02-2013

Follow Amy as she documents her experiences supply teaching in South London Primary Schools and Nurseries through Protocol Education. Amy has recently completed a long term assignment at one of our client schools and is moving on to daily supply teaching....

Tags: Amy, Long-term Supply, Daily Supply Teaching, Protocol Education, Primary, MFL

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Switching from Long-Term to Daily Supply Teaching


04-03-2013

Jennifer is a Canadian Primary Teacher working in a Primary School in Essex through Protocol Education. Having worked in both long term and daily supply, Jennifer is well-placed to provide some tips to ease the stress of supply work - and ensure you...

Tags: Jennifer, Canadian-trained, Primary Teacher, Teach in UK, Tips, Overseas Teacher, Daily Supply, Protocol Education

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: The View from Both Sides


15-09-2014

Samantha is a drama teacher who works in Secondary schools. She gives us her top five reasons why teaching assistants are amazing!  1. Talented: Teaching assistants are some of the most talented staff in the school; they have to be able to...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Top Five Reasons Teaching Assistants are Amazing!


14-07-2014

Samantha discusses how we should use drama across the curriculum. How much of a benefit does drama have on a student? Drama is not a core subject and does not have a clear curriculum but it has one of the highest grade success rates across...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Using Drama to Teach Across the Curriculum


22-09-2014

It's the Autumn term and we are beginning to look back on the summer holidays as a distance memory. Samantha checks in and let's us know where she is at right now.  We are back and in the swing of the new term, classes are running...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: We Are Back


09-01-2015

Samantha looks back on last term and how she got along especially alongside her new colleagues. Firstly there is the phrase ‘don’t smile until Christmas’ which bothers me slightly as I quite like to smile, I like to be happy also...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Working with New Colleagues


23-10-2014

Have you written a mission statement for you class? Samantha tackles this for her new class this term.  Within two weeks of having a form class I now know all of their names, and which ones need to sit alone. It’s a strange endeavour...

Tags: Samantha, Bromley, Secondary, drama, supply, daily, teacher

Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Writing a Mission Statement


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