A simple post to explain the times of the school year identified in your buddy match email. Term 1 – September to October half term Term 2 – October half term to Christmas Term 3 – New Year to February half term Term 4 – February half term to Easter Term 5 – Easter to… Continue reading Term Times Explained
Hi all, It recently occurred to me that with over 1000 volunteers signed up to #Teacher5adayBuddyBox it might be nice to create a online community for people to discuss ideas, share photos and chat about wellbeing. You can join the community here. Let’s get chatting. V x
I hear this from time to time. Firstly I’m sorry that your buddy signed up but has not been in contact. Secondly I’d like to point you towards the FAQs. This page outlines exactly what you need to do. “If you have trouble contacting your buddy, let me know either through the contact form, by email… Continue reading My buddy hasn’t been in contact…
This time last year (April 2016), on return to work after the Easter break I had a breakdown. Anxiety hit as I walked into my classroom the morning after the Easter break. Anxiety that was so crippling I immediately left my classroom with no words to convey how I felt. A member of staff caught… Continue reading Breakdown, reach out, recover.
Originally posted on SMPedagogy:
Having recently joined the fantastic #teacher5adaybuddybox set up by @mrshumanities made me wonder about how we could scale the idea down and use it within school. The concept of #teacher5adaybuddybox is simple – you complete the form with some details about yourself, and you commit to sending a number of buddy…
The 1st of February represents 1 year of #Teacher5adayBuddyBox and what a year it has been. From a handful of volunteers at the end of the February 2016 to over 400, from countries near and far. To celebrate 1 year, a very special #Teacher5adayBuddyBox has been sent out. A collaboration between more than 20 teachers… Continue reading Happy 1st Birthday #Teacher5adayBuddyBox