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  Teachers TV Early Years Week

Publish date: 20 July 2008
This week on Teachers TV we look at the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework and the impact it has had on educators across the curriculum. We also examine good practice amongst early years practitioners both in the UK and abroad...... more »



  Media Literacy Week

Published: 14 July 2008

This week on Teachers TV we delve into the world of media literacy and explore its different aspects, looking at both how to teach it, and how children use media...... more »



  Behaviour Matters Week on Teachers TV

Publish date: 07 July 2008
This week on Teachers TV we speak to behaviour experts and ask is there a crisis in behaviour in our schools today?... more »



  Teachers TV Arts Week

Publish date: 29 June 2008
From music to dance, painting to sculpture, Teachers TV looks at the arts in education in this week’s programmes.... more »



  Teachers TV Staffroom Monologues

Published: 25 June 2008

Teachers TV, in partnership with the National Union of Teachers, launches brand new episodes of the popular Staffroom Monologues series, following the national competition to select winning scripts earlier this year...... more »



  School admissions consultation 2008

Published: 19 June 2008

In the Children’s Plan, published December 2007, ministers committed to review the school application and allocation process.... more »



  Teachers TV mental health week

Publish date: 08 June 2008
A week of programmes focusing on some of the mental health issues teachers and pupils experience.... more »



  Teachers TV Kids and Crime Week

Publish date: 01 June 2008
This week on Teachers TV we find out what schools and local communities are doing to raise awareness about gang culture, and focus on measures to help make young people safer...... more »



  Teachers TV Tackling Homophobia Week

Published: 25 May 2008

This week on Teachers TV we look at how schools can effectively support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) staff and students. Using personal stories we highlight some of the issues LGBT young people and adults encounter at school and how these can be tackled...... more »



  Teachers TV Drugs and Alcohol Week

Publish date: 19 May 2008
A week of programmes exploring how schools can tackle the issues surrounding the use of illegal drugs and alcohol among young people.... more »


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