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!


How to Write a Cover Letter to Land Your Next Teaching Job

To get into teaching can be a difficult task which is made even more daunting when faced with writing a cover letter. When looking for teaching jobs, a cover letter is at the heart of your application. It provides you with an opportunity to show off your skills and make a great first impression in… Read More

Dealing with Angry Parents

Angry parents can be daunting, especially if it’s the first time you’ve had to deal with them. They may be yelling, screaming and verbally attacking you, so it’s important for you, as a teacher, to know how to handle the situation. Parents often tend to get angry because they’re upset about something and they want… Read More

Why Teachers Need to be Aware of Social Media

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest – there’s a whole world of social media platforms out there. It’s an ever-growing way of life, and more and more people are signing up to social media on a daily basis. Teachers across the UK are using social media for personal use as well as to enable learning and collaboration… Read More

10 Tips for Teaching Assistants

We all know that teaching is a hard career. However, teaching assistants (TA’s) often find it more difficult due to the position that they find themselves in. If you’re new to the role of you’ve lost your way a little, our 10 tips for teaching assistants should get you on the right path. Start by… Read More

5 Ways Teachers Can Beat Stress

Feeling stressed? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one. In recent news, it’s been found that teachers across England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales have been struggling too. And with the workload that comes with being a teacher and the long hours both in the classroom and at home, there’s no wonder. With that in mind,… Read More