Doing Supply When There Is No Work Left by @Juanofthefourty

Name: Jaun Ofthefourty
Twitter:  @Juanofthefourty
Sector:  Early Years, Primary
Subject:
Position: Supply
5 Bits of Advice About: Doing supply when there is no work left

  1. Have something prepared (even just mentally) for every possible subject. It’s not fun having to improvise a day’s worth of engaging lessons.
  2. Use the walls and displays to give you ideas of what the children are learning. It will help your teaching feel relevant.
  3. Don’t plan anything that requires marking. Why add to your workload?
  4. Quizzes are brilliant. They’re easy to plan, build teamwork, test the children’s knowledge and they’re fun.
  5. Whatever you deliver, do it with confidence and conviction (faked, if necessary). Pupils are experts at reading body language and will pounce on any chink in your armor.
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