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Nabeelah Bulpitt

Blog, guide, Tracking & Monitoring, SLT Resources

4‭ ‬Apps to Increase Your Productivity
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on May 10, 2017

We know that as educators you’ve got a lot on your plate‭ - ‬there’s always something that gets added onto your to-do list‭, ‬and it can be daunting when your pile of work keeps...

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apps, Revision, Blog, guide, Student & Parent Resources

5‭ ‬Apps to Have When Studying
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on May 9, 2017

Years ago, mobile phones’ most attractive feature was the convenience that you could make a call or send a text on the move, and not have to find a payphone or landline. Today, our...

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workload, apps, Blog, productivity

5 Apps to Organise Your Workload
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on April 29, 2016

As educators, our workload and week tends to fluctuate; there’s never a dull moment with the constant need to be on top of teaching and learning and introducing and making use of...

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teachers, parents, Students, Blog, children, abuse in the classroom

Handling Teacher Abuse in the Classroom
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on March 18, 2016

Teacher abuse is something that we never quite think of or even acknowledge that it actually happens.

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School, teachers, Students, Blog, mental health, bbc

Bringing Attention to Mental Health in Schools
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on March 11, 2016

The importance of recognising mental heath in schools and how students can be supported.

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School, Blog, engage, physical activity

How Physical Activity Can Help With Studying
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on September 21, 2015

The way in which taking part in sports and physical activities can keep you focused in school. Kids nowadays have a lot of excuses to spend time indoors rather than playing outside and...

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Blog, teaching and learning, diet, healthy eating, body confidence

How a Healthy Diet Can Lead to a Healthy Mind
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on September 14, 2015

How can maintaining a healthy diet result in body confidence and a healthy mind?

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Autonomous learning, teachers, parents, Homework, Students, Blog

How Homework Can Contribute Towards Autonomous Learning
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on September 7, 2015

Homework is a form of independent learning that allows students to take hold of the reins of their education.

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holidays, summer, Students, Blog

5 Outdoors Activity Ideas for Kids
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on August 14, 2015

The summer holidays is the time of the year to enjoy the cool summer breeze and some time under the sun.  Kids look forward to summer more than any other vacations because of the...

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Summer Holidays, Blog, Exam Results

The Dos and Don’ts of Exam Recovery
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on July 20, 2015

Now that exams are over, here's how to recover healthily without wasting all your hardwork developing learning skills.

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Technology, parents, Homework, Education, Guest Blog, parental engagement

Parenting Pressures & Technology's Role in Education
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on June 30, 2015

Caroline Gallagher looks at the pressures of parenting and the role of technology in education.

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Tips & Tricks, parents, Blog, help, parental engagement

How To... Help Your Child Cope with Their Workload
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on June 29, 2015

Sometimes your child may lost momentum... That's where you come in and help them get focused!

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parents, Homework, Blog, parental engagement, children, student

Does Parental Involvement in Homework Help Students?
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on June 25, 2015

Some children may panic at the thought of their parents involving themselves in their homework process, but it can be helpful rather than stressful.

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Blog, LGBT, raising awareness

How to Improve LGBTQ Awareness in Schools
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on June 18, 2015

We need to create a safe and secure environment for those of us who are a part of the LGBTQ community. 

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soft skills, Leadership, lead by example, Blog

How to be an Approachable Leader in Your School
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on June 10, 2015

A boss and a leader are very different, one motivates and offers guidance whilst the other tells people what to do. 

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Leadership, Blog, sacrifice, discipline

Leadership Lessons: The Importance of Saying Yes and No
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on June 4, 2015

Leadership means placing yourself in a position of power, so you must know when to say yes and no. Being able to make well-informed, timely decisions can be the difference between...

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Inspire, Homework, Blog, Teaching Schools, aid, practice, help, sharing, influence

Tips for Teaching Schools to Effectively Share Best Practice
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on May 22, 2015

Teaching Schools can be role models for neighbouring schools to share their knowledge on sharing best practice for teaching and learning. Teaching Schools are schools with the Ofsted...

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teachers, Blog, teaching, time, gained time

How to Take Advantage of Your “Gained Time”
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on May 21, 2015

When students go off for study leave, teachers pick up 'gained time'. We explore the best ways to utilise this time.

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