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Welcome to the REESON Education Blog.

As we have experience in the recruitment and education industry, we want to go above and beyond to share our advice and tips with you. Whether it being the best tips for when you’re in the classroom or advice for overseas applicants when they make the move to London.

Read our articles today on everything you need to know about teaching, the education system and the London area!

 

Make Your Marking Stand Out from the Crowd

Teacher showing students work on a computer

You know what the worst part is? Most of your students will take it for granted. No, we’re not talking about your classroom mascot, we’re talking about the blood, sweat and tears that go into marking work. There’ll be many late nights, many takeaways and many broken pens. The results of your labour will pay… Read More

How to Motivate Your Students

Female student raising hand in a classroom

Everyone needs motivation at some point in their life. Whether you’re young or old, you need encouragement to succeed. This applies throughout the teaching profession, as the learning process is taxing on the mind, body and more often than not, soul! In fact, students may need it more than most. Many students have their own… Read More

REESON Education Awarded ‘REC Audited’ Status

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With more than 12 years of experience in the industry, we’re constantly looking to better our organisation in every area. In that regard, our team are delighted to announce that REESON Education has been awarded Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) Audited Status. This ‘quality-mark’ is given to organisations that display best practice in a range of… Read More

How to Prepare for Parents’ Evening

Teacher in red cape standing against big blackboard with mathematical symbols and formulas.

There’s more than one way to scare a teacher, but these two words are a great place to start. Parents’ evening is a momentous occasion every term, both for teachers and parents, as it can be incredibly valuable for either side of the table. Teachers get to showcase progress, strengths and areas of improvement. Parents… Read More

How to Boost Your CV

A laptop, coffee mug, and other items on an office desk.

Searching for a job is never easy, as there are plenty of hoops to jump through before you get an offer. A role in the teaching industry is no exception. In this blog post, we’re taking a look at your CV, or rather, you’re taking a look at your CV. Trust me, it’ll make sense… Read More

Outside Teaching Tips for Teachers

The school year is quickly coming to an end, and as the warmer weather slowly takes over, many teachers look to taking their lessons outside. Depending on what you teach, outside learning is something that can help students. It’s ideal not just for educational purposes, but for self-care, well-being and personal development too. However, when… Read More

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