6 things to consider when writing your supporting statement

A well thought-out supporting statement can get you off the starting blocks of the application process. If you really want the role you’re applying for, you have to make sure your statement stands out for all the right reasons and enables you to secure an interview. Based on my experience of reading hundreds of supportingContinue reading “6 things to consider when writing your supporting statement”

Stop comparing yourself to other educators on Twitter

With over 330 milillon users, Twitter is a great platform for those in education. If you’re a teacher whether new or experienced, it’s a useful tool for sharing planning ideas, classroom resources, getting tips on behaviour management, or simply receiving words of encouragement when you’ve had ‘one of those days’. If you’re in leadership it’sContinue reading “Stop comparing yourself to other educators on Twitter”