A Massive Rise in Online Tutorials

Posted on August 13, 2016 at 8:40 pm

With the way technology has based itself as the foundation to our lives, it’s unsurprising that there has been quite a dramatic increase over the last few years of the amount of homemade tutorial style videos circulating on social media and video sharing sites so much so that people are now able to make money from doing them through advertising.

A lot of the tutorials are hair and make-up based, tutorials on how to get hair like Princess Kate or how to do your make-up like Holly Willoughby and these are particularly popular with young girls looking for style inspiration.

However you can online get a tutorial for just about anything, help with a particular area of maths that you’re struggling with, ideas on how to make a project, instructions on how to fix things around your home, you name it and there’s a tutorial for it!

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Helping children in getting Education

Posted on October 19, 2015 at 8:10 am

Education is a path that can guide everyone to follow their dreams and reach to their potential aims.

There are so many children across the globe who don’t get chance to reach their aims and don’t get quality life or education. Education helps in every way to learn, work and develop. Several advance learning programs have also reached levels which can assist them to learn and evaluate more.

These education programs running widely want to make a difference through various steps and process as

· They train teachers about latest advance practices that can help in making children learn and study

· Prepares such children to enter schooling stage

· Brings the artistic expressions all together and promotes diversified things as music, painting, dance, drama and much more.

They aim at building strong career of these children and want to change hundreds of lives through their noble mission and vision.

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The benefits of moving away for university

Posted on May 26, 2015 at 8:18 am

Going to university is one of the most exciting times in your life, so choosing a great place to go to is a critical part of the application process. There are choices to either move away from the family home or to stay nearby. Here are some of the benefits for moving further afield.

The number one benefit of moving further away is the guaranteed freedom this would bring. Some people see university as the main opportunity to really grow up and begin to look after yourself without the help of mum or dad! By moving away to a new city or town, you definitely have to stand on your own two feet from the off!

Another benefit of moving away is the chance to meet a whole new group of friends – by moving to a new area, you instantly expose yourself to a massive new group of people, which may not happen if you choose to stay at home. This new group could open up all sorts of opportunities later down the line, so finding lots of new contacts is generally a great idea.

Finally, by moving to a new place, you get the chance to explore a new area that you might not normally see! Moving from the countryside into a big city is truly the most exciting thing in the world and nothing beats finding cool new places by yourself.

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Choosing a school

Posted on January 21, 2015 at 12:59 pm

When choosing a school to attend, there are several different types to consider. The main two categories of school are Local Education Authority Schools (LEA) and Independent schools.

LEA schools could be any of the following: foundation schools, community schools, voluntary aided schools or nursery schools. For children with special education needs or learning disabilities, there are lots of LEA special schools. LEA schools have to follow the government’s national curriculum and usually receive most or all of their funding through the local authority.

Independent schools are solely responsible for their own running, so the governing body has more of a say in how the school is run. There are fees to pay to attend, although some schools offer bursaries or subsidies. The pupils at independent schools do not have to follow the national curriculum. There are often strict admissions policies, particularly when applying for bursaries or subsidies for fees.

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Birmingham – An Abundance of Supply Teacher Jobs

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 2:24 pm

The role played by supply teachers in schools is very crucial. These teachers cover for those who are on training courses, and those who are absent for one reason or the other. There are many supply teacher jobs in Birmingham that you can take advantage of, thus giving you an opportunity to earn some wages flexibly while at the same time making a difference in the lives of young people in these schools. It is amazing to note that many teachers are nowadays leaving their permanent jobs in favour of supply teaching due to a number of benefits that these opportunities have to offer. Below are some of the benefits provided by supply teacher jobs: (more…)

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The Role Of Teaching Agencies

Posted on July 26, 2014 at 2:45 pm

Many schools in the UK rely on teaching agencies to get high quality teachers on a budget. A teaching agency is responsible for equitably supplying high quality and well-trained teachers to various schools. Normally, they support not only teachers but also the entire school fraternity. The agencies give opportunity to new teachers to quickly access schools of their choice whether it is for permanent or short-term basis.

As a school, you must consider many things before liaising with a particular teaching agency. Agencies whose goals and objectives are founded in providing strong education professionals to SEN schools, secondary and primary schools are the best. Teachers provided and recruited through these teaching agencies should be well-experienced. For you as a teacher, a reliable teaching agency is one, which offers ethical recruitment procedures that involve finding you the right job suiting your skills. A good agency will offer you a consultant who will ensure you are recruited for a job fitting your personal situation.

Most of these agencies also provide qualified education professionals such as classroom assistants, nursery staff, SEN teachers among others. Teachers alongside other professionals are usually vetted and subjected under extensive and through interview before being recruited. In this way, agencies are able to connect schools with the right type of teachers matching the requirements of the schools and the students. It is hard for schools to concentrate on vetting and interviewing teachers as it may consume a lot of time. That is why, the services of these teaching agencies are very crucial. They only allow quality and knowledgeable teachers to join their team.

The Government Teaching Agency

Recently, the government formed its own agency to deliver school workforce reforms. Some of its core responsibilities include supporting school improvement to address underperformance in the education system, continuous professional development and carrying out teacher training.

The prime responsibilities of this government agency are ensuring fair recruitment, supply, training and even development of teachers. Other functions of the agency include recruiting and developing child care and early education workers, education psychologists, special education needs coordinators and overseeing the regulation of conduct by teachers. They assist also exams delivery officers while at the same time managing general qualification logistics.


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School governor recruitment drive

Posted on May 16, 2014 at 2:30 pm

A recent report on schools in and around England indicate there is a vast need to recruit more school governors to represent the wider community. The government is in the process of formulating a series of calls to action to encourage more people to become a school governor.

At this current moment in time there are around 350,000 governors in England that their combine value to the school system is worth £1 billion a year, while controlling the budget of £45 billion worth of school spending.

The results show that 96% of the school governors are usually retired and have had professional or managerial jobs prior to becoming a governor. The recruitment drive is trying to involve more ethnicities from different socio-economic groups to give the approach to governing a holistic representation of the population covering both urban and rural settings.

Governing bodies are trying to give incentives in order for employers to let people take time off work (if still in active employment) so they can get involved as the typical time allotted to school governing is between 4 and 16 hours a month.

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