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Teacher Survival Guide - Free

Postby Lisa33 on Wed Oct 25, 2017 8:39 am

This isn't my own resource, however, i found it a week ago and thought others may find it interesting and helpful. There is a link to a downloadable guide but that's for estate managers and hr/governers on how to protect staff. Thought it was an important thing to share as safety is key! Here's a link to the article - http://www.anttelecom.co.uk/blog/teache ... l-violence :D
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