Updated: Jul 15
Here you can find a collected list of most of the articles I have written for other outlets, including TES, Teach Primary Magazine, HWRK Magazine, Third Space Learning, Bradford Research School and more. This archive will be updated as I write more. These articles should provide a good idea of the areas in which I can provide consultancy work.
8 routines for teachers to nail before half-term
Your 10-point checklist for maximising learning time in lessons
Ditch the three-part lesson and remodel with these 8 things in mind
Lesson planning – Use sequence learning to save yourself time
What Should I Do If A Child Has Finished Their Work?
Staring At Snowflakes (Real Behaviour Management)
The Importance Of Modelling In The Primary Classroom
13 books to take pupils out of their comfort zone
The 9 essential components of a KS2 reading scheme
Six reasons why every primary school needs to embrace non-fiction
Five ways to make books with unfamiliar contexts accessible
Why teaching classic literature too early is a 'recipe for ruining great books' for children
Aesop’s fables – Books for topics KS2
Literacy: 3 things schools and parents should focus on
Sats: why etymology boosts vocabulary and spelling
8 Ways to use your Class Novel to Teach SPaG
Roll Up, Roll Up! - Probability With Dice
Why every primary should be using bar modelling – and six steps to make it a success
Understanding Maths Anxiety: How Parents and Teachers Can Support Children At Primary School
Ready To Progress? 9 Things You Should Know About The NCETM Mathematics Guidance As You Plan Your Curriculum Prioritisation
What NEW KS1 Assessment Frameworks Mean For KS2 [Maths]
KS2 SATs 2017 QLA: Target Year 6 Maths Revision for SATs
Bar Modelling Year 6 Multi-Step Word Problems for KS2 SATs
Why Maths KS2 SATs Interventions Shouldn’t Start in Year 6
We need to explicitly teach metacognition to boost maths skills
KS2 Maths Lesson Plan – Make Predictions Using Real-Time Statistics from the Football World Cup
Curriculum (Foundation Subjects)
7 ways to make art inspiring at primary
6 ways to get D&T right at primary
How I Would Teach… The Iterative Design Process
10 tips for successfully leading a subject
EEF Putting Evidence To Work Report [SLT Summary]
Assessment & Feedback
5 ideas for low-stakes assessment at primary
'You can't reduce a child to a spreadsheet number'
Why you might be getting feedback wrong! (parts 1 & 2)
'We do have to shine brightly for the students, but shine too brightly and we might burn out'
Why school leaders need your support now, too
Throw a spanner in the workload
'The fix for workload? Put ministers, school leaders, policy wonks, consultants and bloggers back in touch with the classroom'
Eleven ways to beat the January blues
Teacher wellbeing is vital - here's what we can do
How a ‘balance bike’ approach to training will give us better teachers
Year 6 to 7 Transition
Primary to secondary transition: what matters to students most?
How to support Year 6 children in the last weeks of term
Nine quick wins to support Year 7 with transition
Transition to secondary: 7 questions to ask yourself
5 ways to make Year 6 transition easier this year
'Primary and secondary teachers need each other — and we need to start viewing each other in a more positive light'
KS2 SATs Preparation The Pro’s Way: 5 Step Easter Plan
New Ofsted Framework 2019: Revised Summary Post Consultation
Dear Year 6 Teacher: Your Final KS2 SATs Preparation Tips
Five things to do instead of Sats revision
The pre-Sats checklist: an eight-point guide to ensure you're ready
SATs Week: You’ve Got This! 5-step Game Plan
Eyes down, it's time for Sats reading test bingo
5 songs to play you out of Sats week
Five songs to get your after-Sats party started
After SATs Lessons: 5 Golden Rules for Year 6 Teachers
Sats: 'Year 6 teachers, on results day, there aren't enough words to say thank you'
Interview lessons: are they really a good measure of teaching ability?
Job hunting: How do you know if you're ready to move schools?
Teachers who just want to teach
Is it time for a new name for SEND?
5 remote teaching tips to help pupils and families
Could you survive without your phone?
'Year 1 should be like EYFS, not vice versa'
'Why we should balance out, not destroy, the pipe dreams of our students'
'Boys will be boys, won't they? Only if we let them be'
'Teachers love to take the mick out of themselves – but it demeans the profession'