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Resources to support you this September

Resources to support you this September

Opening the doors in September is often a time of mixed emotions. I remember the sleepless nights in the run-up to welcoming my new class. I was always sure I had forgotten everything about teaching but once the children walked in I was back into the swing of things in no time at all. 

This year is going to be different to previous years in many ways. Schools are taking different approaches to implementing the guidance and practical constraints like classroom sizes, the number of children and medical needs mean there is no one size fits all approach. 

We have put together a collection of blogs and downloadable resources to help you get ready for September. 

If there is any content you would like us to include contact us and let us know. 


Getting your classroom and planning ready 

PlanBee Free Display resources

 

PlanBee free teaching aids

 

Supporting mental health in the classroom 


PlanBee free resources supporting mental health

 

Work Life balance support

 

PlanBee free lesson packs

Oh, and one more thing: we're doing 20% off EVERYTHING until midnight end Sunday 13th September 2020 in our Back To School sale! 

Use code BTS2020 at the checkout for 20% off your order.

Use code BTS2020 for 20% off everything in the PlanBee Back To School Sale


Catherine Lynch

Hi! I'm a former primary school teacher and resource creator at PlanBee. I'm a qualified Play Therapist and I am interested in mental health and wellbeing in schools and government education policy. I enjoy creating practical lessons, especially topic lessons that have a science or English focus.

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