Let me walk you through some tips and tricks to help you survive your parent information night this year!
Are you ready for a year of packing lunchboxes… every… single… weekday? Did you know that’s equal to about 200 lunchboxes?!! This fact will send many into a spin but packing the lunchbox doesn’t need to be stressful or time consuming. In fact it can actually be an enjoyable task!
The relationship between parents and teachers, effects children’s attitudes and performance. A child who can see that their parent and teacher are working together, will be more successful than a child who concludes that their parent does not like or respect their teacher.
Do you know how to care for your voice? Here are a few tips and tricks I have learnt over the years (as well as some that I have researched), to keep that voice box working for years to come!
At the beginning of the year, within the first week of school, I like to get something up in the classroom that personalises the classroom for the new cohort of students I am teaching.
Every year, no matter what grade I teach, I get my students to do a Self-Portrait in the first week of school. This gives me the opportunity to lay art expectations and rules down early in the year and they also make a great display for the Parent Teacher nights that are usually the following week.