Helen Woodward talked with Nancy Hey, Executive Director of What Works Wellbeing, about the definition of 'wellbeing', and what it means for schools.
Practical advice, written by teachers for teachers See all
Resources and effective strategies for supporting children with autism from our workshop on April 8th, 2021
Why should you refine your professional profile? We hosted a workshop to explore why it matters, how to develop your CV and suggest effective frameworks to take forward.
Beckie, founder of Bhumi Yoga and supply teacher with 20 years of school experience, shares yoga-inspired activities which help with behaviour management.
A recap on 'The 4 R’s Approach to Coping with Stress' from our webinar: Towards Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing.
Are you finding time for fitness right now? The Zen team has lockdown fitness ideas to share with teachers and anyone working remotely.
Robert, an experienced London supply teacher, shares ways to succeed on your first day of primary supply teaching. A helpful guide if you’re wondering what to bring to school.
What to consider if you're thinking about a new role See all
Why choose work in a special school? Olivia, our SEND Lead and former SEND Support Worker, discusses opportunities to upskill and develop experience in the special needs sector.
Amifa, a Supply Teaching Assistant with Zen Educate, describes how her school role was changed by having children.
Rakhee made the switch from full-time teacher to supply teacher when she found Zen Educate.
Who uses Makaton, how can I learn it, and how can I introduce it in my classroom?
Helping schools overcome obstacles and provide for their staff and students See all
For episode 5 of our podcast series 10 with Zen, we talked with Hayley Cameron (Education Safeguarding Manager) and Jo Cassey (Managing Director) from Cognus about safeguarding during the pandemic.
Last week, as part of our International Women’s Day celebrations, we hosted a podcast on Teacher Training in Bhutan with the brilliant Dr. Phuntsho Dolma, a national leader of teacher training in Bhutan and Associate Professor at The Royal University of Bhutan.
On the 2nd of March 2021, Zen Educate hosted a webinar on Effective Children's Safeguarding During Covid-19. Here is a summary of some of the insights given by our expert panel.
Insight into Zen HQ: who we are, how we work and what we stand for See all
At Zen Educate, we stand united in the efforts to challenge racial injustice in all forms.
Last week we were thrilled to hit a milestone £500k of savings in agency fees — these savings go straight to schools and back into teacher’s pay