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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, Bullying, parents, Blog, children, anti-bullying

What to Do If Your Child Is Being Bullied at School
By Bethany Spencer on November 20, 2015

Satchel looks at what measures can be taken if your child is being bullied at school.

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

Parental Involvement in Homework Can Help, Not Stress
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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Leadership, Blog, teaching, children, example

The Importance of Leading by Example
By Bethany Spencer on June 12, 2015

Students and children are impressionable, and are seeking out role models whose actions they will adopt and mirror, that's why as a teacher it's important that you lead by example. 

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