What is flexible working?

With many of us having personal aspects of our life that can interfere with our work, it is now the law that anyone can request flexible working hours as long as they have worked for that company for at least 26 weeks. Flexible working can mean a number of different working options such as a job sha...

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Self-employed? Ways to increase your business

If you are self-employed then you will need to find a way of bringing in business. Some self-employed people tend to subcontract to one or two clients whereas others may be working for different people or companies on a daily basis. If you are having to find work there are a number of ways in which ...

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What will your Year 2 child learn in maths?

With the school term well underway, many parents wonder what their child is learning during their year at school. Over the years learning has changed not only in the way it is taught but also in what they expect children to be able to do. What your child learns in year 2 may be what you were taught ...

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Setting up your own business

If you have something that you are passionate about and want to set up your own business, then you will need to decide if you are going to go self employed – as a sole trader or if you are going to set up a limited company. There are pros and cons to both, but most people start off self employe...

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Getting ready for a job interview

Applying for jobs can be time consuming and sometimes it can end up leaving you feeling deflated and worried. You may have to apply for a number of jobs before you get offered an interview. You need to make sure that you come across well in your interview and have the opportunity to discuss everythi...

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How to manage a class as a supply teacher

Often many pupils will take advantage of the fact that they have a supply teacher covering their lesson, especially if it is a new teacher to the school as they will often not know all the rules. Some children will see this as an opportunity to play up or tell the teacher they are allowed to do some...

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Starting a New Job

Starting a new job is always challenging, including jobs in education. If you've switched schools you'll need to build new relationships with other teachers, remember hundreds of names, as well as stamping your authority in the classroom, making your rules clear to unfamiliar students.

Supply teaching vacancies in Peterborough

Teachers often want to move schools or look for a new position as they move on in their teaching career. Looking for supply teaching vacancies in Peterborough is much easier with the help of a recruitment consultant. Specialist agencies will find teaching jobs, advertise them and form relationships with schools to help place teachers in new positions.