May 17, 2021

Creating a calm down corner for your child is so easy! We recently set up a space for our girls to use in their bedroom after finding that our eldest daughter needed some extra support after a big day at school. In our blog this week, I’m going to walk you through the benefits of

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May 20, 2016

As a brand new teacher, I always felt a little awkward having parents in my classroom. Maybe it was just because I am an introvert, but something about chatting to parents made me really, really anxious! Now that I’m a teacher-mum, I can really see why it’s so important to build positive relationships with the

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August 27, 2015

When I was teaching, I often had a tricky time getting my prep students to line up in an orderly fashion. It was even harder to get them to walk sensibly around the school. That’s when I made my mystery walker cards!

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March 30, 2015

Behaviour management was always a very big focus of mine during my first few years of teaching. After all, it is very difficult to teach a class when you haven’t got the behaviour under control which I learnt very quickly.

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September 22, 2013

 Today I am linking up with Paula over at Paula’s Place to share a beautiful book that I found over the weekend and read to my kiddies during our last week of term.

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