Are you a supply teacher, teaching assistant or residenital support worker looking for some help and advice? If so, you are the right place. Our blogs offer tips and tricks on everything from classroom management to interview tips and support, along with day in the life case studies from real supply teachers, NQTs and cover supervisors. They also give you an insight into what working for Smile is like, the ways which we support local communities and charities and the training and events that we offer.
Our team, like 10000s of others around the country, has been doing their bit to slow the spread of the coronavirus by working from home. Now seven months in, we all pretty much feel like we’re experts so we thought it was only right we share our top tips with you
Up-skilling is something that we really believe in and we are always looking for new ways to support our team with their personal development. But it’s not all recruitment-based learning. Beth, part of our candidate team, had the chance earlier this year to gain a first aid qualification and became one of our nominated workplace first aiders - more on this (from Beth’s point of view) in a click.
It’s important to us that our team continue learning and developing during their time with us. While we offer lots of training through recruitment networks like the TRN, we also give our team the opportunity to develop their persona skills too. Olivia, our secondary team leader, recently attended a training course and became a mental health first aider so she could better support her team.
We have looked at the most common reasons why parents are frequently turning to Smile Tutors for their online tutoring.
Smile sign the MHIR Pledge Fun and educational places to visit in the Black Country A Day in the Life of a Compliance Administrator Wellbeing tips for school leaders 10 Phrases you Might Hear in Black Country Schools
Smile sign the MHIR Pledge
Fun and educational places to visit in the Black Country
A Day in the Life of a Compliance Administrator
Wellbeing tips for school leaders
10 Phrases you Might Hear in Black Country Schools