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Donna Hall

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A TA who went on to take her work around the world How Donna Hall went from being a parent helper at her daughter's school to being a Teaching Assistant - her travels along the way and her motivation.

South East Surrey PRU

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The work of TAs at a pupil referral unit The responsibilities of the dedicated team of Teaching Assistants at South East Surrey Pupil Referral Unit, focusing on activities designed to encourage pupils who find school...

Richard Eyre

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Jonathan Dimbleby speaks to Richard Eyre about arts education Richard Eyre is one of Britain's most eclectic artistic talents; an acclaimed director of theatre, film, television, opera and musical; as well as an acco...

Teachers Try – Stand-up Comedy

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Teachers try their hand at making people laugh The most nervewracking thing next to teaching is to stand up and attempt to make people laugh. Both activities require unflinching courage and an ability to choose the ...

Messages to Ground Zero

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Writing and drawing in response to the 9/11 tragedy Jon Scieszka, the best selling American children's writer and US Ambassador for Children's Literature, introduces Messages From Ground Zero, a short montage of stor...

Realistic Fiction

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Jon Scieszka chats to children's author, Jacqueline Woodson Jon Scieszka, the best selling American children's writer and US Ambassador for Children's Literature meets the multi-award winning children's author Jacque...

Great Books – Episode 1

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Selina Scott reveals teachers' top 10 most inspiring books Teachers TV has teamed up with the NUT to uncover the ten Great Books that have moved and motivated teachers and those involved in the field of education. An...

The Liverpool Collegiate

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Former pupils return to the Liverpool Collegiate to reminisce The Liverpool Collegiate, founded in 1840, was a fee-paying grammar school for more than a thousand boys. In 1985, however, it closed following a fire. In...

Teacher-Pupil: A Good Working Relationship

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The story of Jake, who was excluded from mainstream school at 14 Jake left school at 14 after being excluded from mainstream education. He believes that if only he had been able to have a better relationship with his...

Britain’s Black History – Coffee Houses and the Slave Trade

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How the popularity of coffee links back to British black history Historian Tony Warner shows how you can discover where to find Black History in your Town or City. Just like today, back in the 1700?s the busiest tra...