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Back to School Bash!

New class - welcoming :-)

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from snip.ly

Tips for getting started in a PTA Chair role

Top tips for you if you've just taken over as PTA Chairperson or PTO President!

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You're Finally Here- A Great Book to use during staff development to welcome new teachers to your school AND for the first day of school with students!! Here's a way to help new teachers feel comfortable and excited!

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Games for Teachers' Faculty Meeting "Would You Rather" Plus Awards

**New - includes -faculty meeting awards "Positive Attitude Award" "Creative Lessons Award" "School Spirit Award" ----plus create your own templates (examples could be "Most Likely to Volunteer," "Yes Man," "Least Likely to Retire") includes decorative posters "Faculty Meeting Today" "Jeans Day Tomorrow" "Hey Teacher, You deserve a jeans day" "Welcome Back" "Our Teachers Rock" "Would You Rather... Discuss data and take notes? or Play a game and earn a jeans day?" New Cards added for…

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Simply Secondary: Welcome to C2 I love her whole set up! Can't wait to make some new stuff this summer!

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Lovely bunting from Twinkl displayed in a year 2 teacher's classroom. Click through to download this resource and welcome your class in to the new school year! (Platinum resource).

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from About.com Home

9 Kid-Friendly Gifts to Make for Teacher's Back to School

Make your new teachers feel special and welcome with a handmade gift from your kiddos. Any teacher would love one of these kid-friendly gifts that are perfect for back to school. Here are 9 Kid-Friendly Gifts to Make for Teacher's Back to School.: If You Give a Teacher a Cookie

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from ICT & Computing in Education

What is good practice in ICT and Computing?

Educational Technology - ICT in Education what is good practice in ICT and Computing? Terry Freedman