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TAs - Celebrity Haircut
Teaching assistant, Karen Stevens, from a secondary school in Leeds, talks about her role whilst she has her hair done...
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TAs - Celebrity Haircut
Volunteer teaching assistant, Julie Richardson, discusses her role as a TA whilst having her hair done by celebrity...
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TAs - Celebrity Haircut
Experienced teaching assistant, Wendy Hemsley, talks about the rewards and challenges of her job to celebrity...
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TAs - Celebrity Haircut
Teaching Assistant, Laura Purdy, talks to celebrity hairdresser, Michael Douglas, about her job whilst being given a...
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TAs - Celebrity Haircut
Celebrity hairdresser, Michael Douglas, visits teaching assistant Brenda Mitchell, to give her a makeover and discuss...
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EYFS Professional Knowledge
Two Early Years experts discuss what EYFS practitioners can learn from the ways in which young children are supported...
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EYFS Professional Knowledge
Two experts discuss cultural perspectives in relation to EYFS, looking at where the balance should be between pupils'...
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Bayley's Behaviour for NQTs
Behaviour expert, John Bayley, gives an NQT advice on controlling energy levels in a Year 10 drama class. NQT Siobhan...
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Boost Your Teaching
Teachers at St Joseph's College show how they are helping pupils to develop awareness of their own abilities through...
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Top rated videos

A visually impressive experiment using glowsticks to show luminescence and rates of reaction, in this idea for Key...

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Professor Hal Sosabowski reveals the explosive power of subliming dry ice in this demonstration idea for Key Stage 3...

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In this programme, the art departments of two schools reveal the strategies they use to help pupils...

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A teacher gives an insight into how she has helped two EAL secondary students make immense leaps from difficult...

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Explosive experts, Dr Jacqueline Akhavan, senior lecturer at Cranfield University, and Dr Alex Contini,...

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Show Key Stage 3/4 history pupils this re-enactment of the Christmas truce during the first world war, in this...

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Staff at a Children's Centre describe how they have brought health and education services together to provide...

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Two experts discuss cultural perspectives in relation to EYFS, looking at where the balance should be between pupils...

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A school reduces the number of Key Stage 3 lessons per week, by teaching up to six subjects in a cross-curriculum...

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This series shows inspiring examples of the benefits of building a long-term relationship with a gallery. We see classes visit The Roald Dahl Children's Gallery and the National Gallery and what they gain from the experience.

From your local library through to the British Library, there are resources and technologies out there to share for mutual benefit. The series also looks at how one school has used public archives to bring history to life.

Whether making trips out to local museums or having them come to you (The Museum in Transit project brings the experience to the school, for example) there are more benefits to this kind of interaction than first appears.

Getting out into the local environment can throw up all sorts of educational opportunities. It can help children develop a range of geographical skills, and spark their interest in historical themes and ecological issues.

What is it really like to be a soldier, a nurse, a pop star? Find out in this series of behind-the-scenes programmes that give a real feel for the ups and downs of many professions.

We see the qualification from the teachers' and pupils' perspectives. One teacher shows how the vocational aspect can be addressed in ways other than through work placements. Then we follow pupils, teachers and employers through a unit of the Customer Ser

Three engaging videos for use in the classroom with KS3 geography pupils which explain how weather and climate affect our lives, from different professions to storms and climate change.

Using re-enactments of real-life situations, a panel of experts talk about the scenarios and what the best course of action might be, offering guidance and advice for teachers in similar circumstances.

This series watches students in class and seeks to explain their development and issues to parents, with advice from an educational psychologist.

 

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