Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
#PrimaryRocks 21h
I'm running out of time but I need to post this question as I am sure will appreciate it
Reply Retweet Like
Jen Willis Jul 14
My final week as a DHT before beginning the adventure that is headship. HTs- what is the one thing you wish you knew before you started?
Reply Retweet Like
Maaria Khan 22h
Intro: my fave end of term activity is trying to fit everything we have left in the Maths curriculum into 3 days
Reply Retweet Like
Tim Roach 22h
A1: Evolution in science, building on previous work on classification and linking to genetics and GM food debate in English. Plus, I got chance to use this wonderful graphic novel to show how Darwin’s ideas developed and what else he witnessed.
Reply Retweet Like
Ashley Booth 21h
A5: Clockwork. It always is. Without fail.
Reply Retweet Like
Mr. Regan 22h
Okay I’m FINALLY a qualified teacher. Transition was brilliant and the class didn’t want me to leave. I did warn them they’ll be sick of me this time next year but they weren’t having any of it yet...πŸ˜‚
Reply Retweet Like
#PrimaryRocks 22h
So lovely to read the responses from teachers to this question, just shows the love they have for the job they do
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Summersby Jul 14
Latest quiz of the year is up for anyone who wants to use and adapt for the final week (or two) of term. Plenty of rounds based on Y6 curriculum as well as sports, entertainment, picture round and a music intro round. RT and share away!
Reply Retweet Like
Hannah Shelton 22h
Replying to @PrimaryRocks1
A1: I have loved teaching teeth in Y4 this year. Some of the best writing my boys have produced all year, set up alongside their teeth moulds in a mini museum. Sun streaming through and parents staying past the museum to chat and swap numbers for hoiday meet ups.
Reply Retweet Like
Simon Smith 22h
It has to be . and I got people doing this.
Reply Retweet Like
#PrimaryRocks 21h
Thank you all for taking part tonight and enjoy your well deserved break. Remember if you need anything we are only a tweet away.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Tyler πŸ”¬πŸ”­πŸ“‘ 21h
Replying to @MrTRoach @Snotlady5
😊 You are too kind Tim, and Colin, it was great to chat science with you at live and I hope it's gone well for you in school this year.
Reply Retweet Like
Graham Andre' Jul 8
A3: A few pointers here
Reply Retweet Like
David Williams Jul 8
Replying to @PrimaryRocks1
Look at the books from the previous year - even when things are manic at the start be sure to at least maintain these expectations for presentation - it’s the best indicator you have at the start for what the children can do
Reply Retweet Like
Adam πŸ“š Jul 8
Replying to @PrimaryRocks1
Set high expectations from day 1. Practise routines over and over till you're happy with them! And, don't work longer than you need to!
Reply Retweet Like
Tim Head 22h
Replying to @PrimaryRocks1
a3 Recognised earlier when I needed to step back and look after myself.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Tyler πŸ”¬πŸ”­πŸ“‘ Jul 8
Replying to @PrimaryRocks1
Starting a new school in August, so looking forward to seeing what they do brilliantly, and trying hard not to say 'at my old school we used to...'
Reply Retweet Like
Rob Smith Jul 8
I am ready to host tonight. Tweetdeck is primed. Do not forget to copy and paste the hashtag so you can add it to the end of every tweet.
Reply Retweet Like
Phil 21h
Just purchased all of these for summer reading. Thanks for the recommendations. You're all awesome!
Reply Retweet Like
Simon Smith 21h
Though my read aloud book of the year is this by and @ZacariahOHora
Reply Retweet Like