We are thrilled to be featured in The Huffington Post. Patrick Hayes, Director of the British Educational Suppliers Association, described TSL as an “extremely impressive initiative."
Last week, the Meeting of Mathematics Subject Associations (MMSA) wrote an open letter to Nicky Morgan outlining their strong concerns with enforcing the Year 7 ‘progress check’
It’s one of those days that everyone remembers at school throughout their primary years. Hot weather (unless rained off), the nervousness of walking up to the sports field and the excitement
In recent years, there have been changes to the way primary schools are run. Teachers are working longer hours and not receiving the support for personal development and growth
In primary education, there are those who believe “We’re teachers of children, not teachers of subjects.” This is a popular justification for having non-specialist teachers in certain shortage subjects
On the last day of SATs week, everyone breathed a big sigh of relief and looked forward to the rest of the summer term leaving us to obsess over the data, and find the answers to our questions.
Testing season is here, bringing the inevitable stress on pupils, parents and headteachers. Nearly two-thirds of education staff believe pressure to succeed is one of the main causes of pupil stress.
The study of Mathematics often gets a bad reputation from pupils, parents and those working in education. However, a great primary Maths teacher has the power to change this stereotype
With KS2 SATs just around the corner, it is a very busy time of year for you and your pupils. Good preparation is crucial to seeing great results and helping grow confident, resilient learners
Pupils, teachers and Heads often want to know more about the tutors they speak with. All TSL tutors are trained Maths specialists, undertaking continuous professional training to improve