Welcome to a new series of blog posts looking at the experiences of a group of first and second-year teachers. In this blog post, these fantastic teachers explore the expectations versus the reality of beginning teaching. I hope you are
With a large number of NEW teachers completing their studies, I thought a great new addition to our Beginning Teachers Series would be a blog post on how to write a teacher CV. In this guest blog post, Gill from
I love teaching figurative language! It can be a really fun way to encourage students to make their writing come alive. It also makes the writing process more interesting for them, and the end product more interesting for others to
Mālō e lelei! Mālō e lelei! Tongan Language Week – Uike Kātoanga’i ‘o e Lea Faka-Tonga is an exciting time of the year. If you are looking for the dates when Tongan Language Week is, in 2020 it is from
Love this!! I was so excited to use it with my students! They love the different options this resource provides and it really made them think. Thank you so much for your hard work! Early Finishers Task Cards
I love this set, I had many Sāmoan parents comment on the accuracy of these resources. They are also bright and visually attractive in the space. Thank you!
This is one of the best tools I've ever used to enhance my literature curriculum and so thorough. Super easy to implement and my students LOVE these types of activities! Battle Royale Reading Comprehension Activities
I teach Year 4-8 and this resource is absolutely brilliant! It is a timesaver, thorough and reinforces literacy devices and conventions. Thank you so much.
Such an awesome resource for our older students (year 5 and 6) when we did our unit on Māori Myths and Legends. This resource helps incorporate literacy into our myths and legends topic. Thank you. Māori Myth and Legends Reading Comprehension Activities
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