Administration for Teachers: Teaching & Learning Resources

These resources are designed by school teachers and teaching experts for all teachers that have experienced workload pressure or bottlenecks.

Departmental Handbook, Whole School Policy and more…



As a teacher, you know the job entails more than simply teaching; in addition to taking care of students’ educational needs and activities in class, teachers also face administrative tasks that need completing such as grading assignments, managing records of pupils and organizing classroom activities. Our Administration for Teachers Resources can make all these things simpler! Our comprehensive administration resources equip teachers with all of the skills required for managing classrooms effectively and providing students with learning environments conducive to success. With these resources, teachers will gain skills in creating lesson plans, managing student data, and using technology to support teaching goals. Furthermore, these materials cover time management strategies as well as communication strategies and conflict resolution techniques – invaluable skill sets. By making use of our Administration for Teachers Resource, teachers can become more organised and efficient in their daily tasks while creating an enjoyable learning experience for their students.

7 resources available in the following categories:

Whole Curriculum


Heads of Department
Planning, Software
Shortcut to Writing a Departmental Handbook

Our courseware will help you identify the issues and impact of the workload you are currently experiencing in areas like marking and follow-ups. The methods and measures have been designed to be adaptable to your environment and will assist you in identifying, addressing and reducing the workload pressures that you face every day at your institution.

Curriculum Planning

As the foundation of effective teaching, planning your curriculum makes your teaching more productive and enjoyable for your students. This workshop is focused on the 5 key principles that were set out by the Planning and Resources Review Group and these will be explored in detail:

  1. Planning a course of lessons rather than singular lessons
  2. Teachers should have access to a range of lesson resources for every term
  3. Planning should be an integral part of lesson makeup
  4. Specific time and resources should be set aside for planning
  5. The best resources should be applied to the planning process

Primary schools differ from secondary schools in the delivery of the lesson plan, primary schools are theme-based and secondary schools follow a specific plan for the subject during the academic year. An often-used policy is to roadmap the education coursework so that it systematically builds up to the GSCE and A-Level examination standard. This prescription ensures that students follow a specific scheme of work from Year 7 onwards and will ensure that students are always working towards a focussed exam specification and the required education level for GSCE

Individually Planned Lessons

Most teachers in primary schools do individual lesson planning using the resources at hand, and on occasion they are overseen by subject heads or co-ordinators. These lessons are based on the resources and school curriculum or framework applicable. Where in secondary schools the responsibility of lesson planning for individuals, is often shared amongst a team of teachers or leader within the structure.  

Shortcut to Writing a Departmental Handbook

This is a comprehensive guide to creating an effective departmental handbook, complete with an editable Word template. This resource is perfect for new heads of department or individuals seeking to improve their existing materials. With a clear structure and examples annotated to provide both theory and practice, this resource can also be valuable for inspections and INSET. Moreover, the editable template can allow an easy way for creating a customisable departmental handbook in a fraction of time than writing it all from scratch, which is an excellent aspect of this resource. This is an essential resource for anyone looking to create an effective and professional departmental handbook.

  • What are Teacher Administration Learning Resources?

    Teacher Administration Learning Resources (TALRs) are resources used to support teachers and administrators in their work. These resources provide insight into the best practices, processes, and technologies available to ensure effective teaching and learning in today's classrooms. They cover a wide range of topics from curriculum planning, departmental handbooks for management, technology use for instruction, professional development opportunities for staff, budgeting and operations of schools/districts.

    TALRs can be divided into three broad categories: 1) Curriculum: This includes all materials related to the instruction that is provided in school settings such as textbooks, assessment materials etc; 2) Planning: This involves developing goals+ objectives and outlining plans of action to achieve them through activities like designing courses or building lesson plans; 3) Software or Technology Use: Taking advantage of current software applications or web-based tools that help streamline organizational tasks such as bookkeeping or communication with students/parents/teachers etc.

    All these aspects have been made easier by TALR which not only helps maximize instructional time but also keeps accurate record keeping while maintaining a strong level of professionalism among staff members. TALDs are essential components in creating an effective learning environment so it is important that teachers spend sufficient time researching what kind would best fit their needs before investing money in any particular resource.

    Teacher Administration Learning Resources (TALRs) provide teachers and administrators with invaluable support resources for ensuring effective teaching and learning in today's classrooms. TALRs cover everything from curriculum planning, departmental handbooks for management, and technology use in instruction to professional development opportunities for staff budgeting & operations of schools/districts - so no matter their role.

    TALRs can be divided into three broad categories: 1) Curriculum: This refers to materials utilized during instruction in school settings such as textbooks and assessment tools. 2) Planning: This involves setting goals+objectives with plans of action set forth for meeting them through activities like course design or lesson plans creation; and 3) Software or Technology Utilization: Utilization of available software applications or online tools that simplify organizational tasks like bookkeeping or communication among teachers/students etc.

    All these aspects have been made easier thanks to TALR which not only maximizes instructional time and records accuracy accurately while upholding staff professionalism. Teachers must take sufficient time researching which TALDs best meet their learning environment needs before investing money on any one resource.