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Bullying in the workplace for teachers.

Bullying in the workplace for teachers.

My PGCE tutor told me that relationships are the most important part of the job: everything hangs on how teachers socialise with their students and our colleagues.

In the classroom, a teacher can plan a great lesson with tons of scaffolding and assessment for learning and be up to their neck in dedicated improvement and reflection time (DIRT), but if the relationship with their class is poor then learning will suffer. Similarly, if we cannot maintain positive working relationships with other staff, the quality of teaching and learning will also decrease, because we need each other for support.

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