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The Supply Room acknowledges top achievers at award Ceremony

It was celebrations all around for The Supply Room on Friday as we celebrated the end of term with a stylish beach fiesta! Employees have worked exceptionally hard this year, in what can only be described as a very trying year for the UK and businesses, in general. However, the team managed a fantastic year…
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Top UK Teacher Blogs you Need to Read

Top UK Teacher Blogs you Need to Read

Summer’s here and that means lazy, long days with time to spare! Looking for teacher blogs to read over the summer? We’ve got you covered! We have compiled a list of fun UK teacher blogs that you need to read. These blogs range from fun, creative activity ideas to educational and informative posts. Messy Little…
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Free SEN Summer Camp with SEN Resources Blog

Free SEN Summer Camp with SEN Resources Blog

This summer, The SEN Resources Blog is launching a Free SEN summer camp! The club is for parents and teachers of primary school-aged children providing them with free activities and ideas for play-based fun! #CatchUpOnPlaying The free SEN summer camp is for sharing ideas and activities with parents and teachers, but more importantly for kids…
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Questions Head Teachers Ask in a Nursery Interview

Questions Head Teachers Ask in a Nursery Interview

Preparing for a job interview, like any interview, takes a lot of hard work and planning. That’s why we’ve put together a list of questions Head Teachers and Nursery Managers like to ask in a nursery interview. First of all, you should be prepared to answer any kind of question the interviewer may ask. There’s…
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Spring clean your classroom

How to Spring Clean your Classroom

Need tips on how to spring clean your classroom? If last year has taught us anything, it’s that keeping your space clean and tidy is the most important thing to keep you and your loved ones safe (and sane). This blog post will list some cleaning tips on how to spring clean your classroom effectively,…
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Route to becoming a qualified nursery practitioner

Route to becoming a Qualified Nursery Practitioner

The route to being called a qualified nursery practitioner requires a period of time studying an approved childcare qualification and a placement of at least 350 hours in a nursery setting. Before you jump into the study commitment, it’s worth testing the waters and working as an unqualified practitioner. The Supply Room has its own…
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Running the London Marathon to raise mental health awareness

Running the London Marathon to raise mental health awareness

Not afraid of a challenge, The Supply Room’s Jacqueline Leith will be running the London Marathon to raise mental health awareness later this year! We chatted with Jacqui to get the low down on the charity she’s chosen to run for, and her reasoning behind running the marathon in the first place. Here’s what she…
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Nursery Qualifications Explained

Nursery Qualifications Explained

Considering a career working as a Nursery Practitioner? Wondering what nursery qualifications are required?  Here’s some helpful advice on the qualifications and training that will put you in good stead to secure your dream nursery job. First off, it must be said that you do not require any qualifications to work as a Nursery Assistant.…
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children’s mental health training

Free online children’s mental health training for UK Qualified Teachers

If the current global pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that children’s mental health is important. That’s why Place To Be has launched free online children’s mental health training for UK Qualified Teachers! This online training is aimed at enhancing educators’ understanding of children’s mental health and introduces approaches that foster positive wellbeing in schools and communities. The…
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Supporting Children to become Independent Learners

Dyslexia Consultant shares tips for Supporting Children to become Independent Learners

Support Children to become Independent Learners, Written by Anna Frendo, a former Senco, and Dyslexia Consultant at Dyslexia Inspire. When children find aspects of learning difficult, they need additional support. The level of support they need should change over time as they are taught new skills and strategies that they can use independently. Providing the…
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