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- Education Professionals
This programme visits three Bristol schools to hear from supply teachers and pupils about what works and what doesn't when it comes to being a supply teacher in primary schools.
The pupils reveal their views on what they like and dislike about supply teachers, and how they prefer to be treated.
There are also some very practical tips from Marina Rauputu, a deputy head in New Zealand who is on a year's sabbatical, Carol Beale who is a regular supply teacher in several local schools in Bristol and Julia Daysley who specialises in early years.
They reveal their methods for teaching, for control and for rewarding pupils of any age.
Part of the series: Resource Review (Secondary)
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