Six great things about parents’ evenings

Since writing about having an abundance mindset a couple of weeks ago, I've been trying to see the positive in everything - to see the opportunity in everything I do. You can read my post about how to develop an abundance mindset in your classroom here. Last week I found myself frustrated by the prospect …

The Healthy Teacher Project

As teachers our health should always be the most important thing, right? How many times have heard, or yourself said: “I would phone in sick but I have an important lesson to teach tomorrow?" How often is your sleep, mealtimes or exercise regime affected by your teaching workload?   Listen to this post here: The …

Detoxify your mind – The Healthy Teacher

Thousands upon thousands of words are written each week about what you should or should not put into your body. This additive may be poisonous, tonka beans may have pretentious side effects, carbs after midday may fill you up.

There’s plenty more where that came from – creating an abundance mindset in the classroom.

Everyone in education should have an abundance mindset. Teaching is endless, it never stops, no one is fully educated - knowledge is possibly the most abundant commodity. Does everyone in education have an abundance mindset? Well that's not for me to say - and to talk about it would go against the point of having …