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Why teachers get sick in the holidays

I always get sick when my holidays start. Do you? Find out more about why teachers get sick in the holidays by watching the video! You can also read the full article here. Like, share and comment if you are like me! Don’t forget to subscribe to the channel for more videos. Stay well and look after yourselves! Till next…

Why children and parents need routines

Now that it’s the summer time, adults and kids can easily sway away from their daily routines. While this is a normal thing to happen, completely changing your child’s routine constantly, can have disruptive consequences for both the child and parents. Certain family ground rules need to be set and kept to, especially in the summer holidays, for it will…

Welcome to ‘Saved you a Spot’ YouTube Channel

✨Don’t miss out! ✨ Stay tuned every Friday (OMG! Did I say EVERY FRIDAY?!)  for new videos on anything to do with education, as well as arts and crafts for children! Please subscribe to be the first to get the new videos! Like, like, like and share, share, share! Oh, and don’t forget to comment! Let me know what you’d…

How to make a ‘Light Fury’ bookmark for kids – Easy

Are you looking for an art activity to promote reading? Well, this little activity is linked to “How to Train you Dragon 3” and is super easy to make!. It’s perfect for promoting reading, both inside the classroom and at home. Check out my easy to follow video on YouTube and make your own! Leave a comment below if you…

End of Year Gift Idea with Free Printable

It is that time of year when you are in search of some simple, but great end of year gifts for students. Have you been searching the internet to get some brilliant, but not too expensive ideas? Well, look no further! This is my take on an idea that it swarming over the net, it is wonderful for those who are…

Teacher Well-Being

Teacher well-being is the hottest new topic in education. It’s strange to think how and even why this has only just recently become such an important matter. I mean, shouldn’t teachers’ well-being go without saying? Shouldn’t teachers’ well-being be number one on the priority list, as they are the ones who are educating future generations? It only takes the slightest…

The Healthy Teacher Project 7 – Interview with Peppi Orfanogianni

Originally posted on Luke Richardson:
What is The Healthy Teacher Project? Peppi is a primary school teacher in Athens, Greece. She’s from Greece but trained to teach in the UK before returning. A teacher for 20 years she still talks about the job with passion and excitement. It’s great to get a view on teachers’ health issues from someone outside…

3 Year Blogiversary!

Happy birthday, dear blog! We’re blowing out 3 candles today! Wow! It’s been three years, already! I can’t believe how quickly time goes by. Three years ago I was just getting my head around the WordPress platform. I had so many doubts racing through my head before I bit the bullet and hit that publish button. Did I have what…