It’s the end of term and we will shortly be saying goodbye to the students who are moving on It’s really hard to say goodbye. But it’s a necessary process if we are to move into the next chapter, you would not read the first chapter of a book over and over again…..so we need… Read More Saying goodbye
This blogsite may contain affiliated links As you may know, we have made a 5 yr plan last year to leave fulltime work and become self-employed. A semi-retired position. At the moment we are working our socks off to pay off our mortgage 7 years early. Budget to be debt free We have identified a… Read More Self employed v employed
Knitting and Crochet is good for your mental health A recent survey by a knitting company Toft has found that crafting is good for your health. They spoke to nearly 500 British women and discovered that crafting has huge stress-reduction health benefits. Crochet helped them with anxiety, depression and stress, improving mental health and providing more social opportunities… Read More Crafting is so therapeutic
This blog post was started as a bit of a ‘tongue in cheek’, but with an underlying emphasis on how hard you need to work on your blog if you want it to be successful and gain traffic. Whether you want to write for pleasure, for your own development or to monetise your page, it… Read More Challenges of a blogger
Side Hustle number 1 of 10 Tutoring is a business that more and more teachers are moving into, imagine being your own boss, planning your lessons around a child’s individual needs and seeing the progress of the child developing week by week. Tutoring was featured in the Guardian, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/9026101/Private-tutors-can-earn-thousands.html Although you could make a good… Read More Tutoring as a side Hustle
The new £5 note I have always been fascinated with money, coins, their shape, colour and images, my first coin a remember was the ‘thupnee bit’ a 3p coin from the early 40’s, in 1971 they were removed from currency. 3 pence coin This week the second of four ultra-rare fivers has been found inside… Read More Money makes the world go round
Although we still work during the summer holidays, and as much as we love teaching, it is very exciting when students complete their year and achieve their grades. Time to wind down and look at the teaching for next year. Planning new schemes of work, more interactive lessons and creative activities. cheers from my gorgeous… Read More ….it’s the moment every teacher dreams of…the last day of teaching for the summer!
This is not one I have made but isn’t he gorgeous? This is my tutoring blog, I started tutoring in 2014, I was working with older students in a training provision when I met a supply teacher who told me about her tutoring business, she told me how much she enjoyed it and that… Read More Angbtutored tutoring services