RMPS has so many possibilities and can lead on to so many different possible career paths. This series is going to demonstrate the many paths that RMPS can take you on and the wide variety of occupations and career paths that it can help equip you for. Firstly we will start with Mrs Whyte, the … Continue reading Where Can RMPS Take You? – Mrs Whyte, RMPS Teacher #WHYRMPS
There is a wealth of content on the App Store for teachers to make their jobs easier, lessons more engaging and bring new learning experiences to the classroom. Some apps and websites are wonderful and some are so complex to use that it's not worth our time using them. Here is a list of websites … Continue reading My 10 Favourite Teacher Apps and Websites
We have a new site and a new look! We are now learningrmps.com! Learning RMPS is a learning site aimed at Religious Moral Philosophical Studies (RMPS) or RME students, teachers and parents. The site is designed to be user friendly and provide help with classwork, homework and revision. I am a RMPS teacher myself and … Continue reading Welcome to the New Look LearningRMPS.com
Welcome back to the new term! It's great to see so many new readers and followers. In 2017 alone, we have had 10,000 views from nearly 60 countries! Pretty Impressive! But I need your help! Help Required! I set up this site as a place to share further ideas, information and easy to access to … Continue reading Let’s create a LearningRMPS community!
Last week I posted pictures of my WHYRME Wall display. A few people have asked about it so here are the original pictures I have used feel free to use, adapt and display. Send me some pictures of your walls! should-parents-be-able-to-design-their-child
I am not even a little bit ashamed to admit how excited I am about my Revision Wall. Complete with Fairy Lights. On it I have some revision posters, model answers and revision guides. I also in a drawer underneath I have marking schemes of past paper questions to help pupils with creating revision mind … Continue reading Revision Wall
I have recently tried to jazz up my wall a bit with a new expectations wall display. After discussions with pupils about what was expected of Everyone, Pupils and the Teacher. I summarised the classes thoughts into this wall display. I created it using Canva which is my go to site for all posters and … Continue reading Expectations Wall Display – Free Printable
Recently two colleagues taught me all about Reciprocal Teaching as a way of encouraging literacy in the classroom. Each member of a group is given a different role, Predictor, Clarifier, Summariser or Questioner. All group members are given a piece of text to read, with each of them looking at a different role within this, … Continue reading #PedagooFriday Reciprocal Teaching
I used an unexpected day off yesterday (Our Fire Alarms were broken) to create some posters for my classroom. Sharing is caring and all that so have uploaded them below. Would be good to know if they are useful to you. Feedback would be appreciated too. Obviously some of them have our school logo or name on them … Continue reading Skills Posters – Free Printables!
This time last year, I wrote a post all about how actually on reflection Glow is fantastic and I will be using it more. I do use it most days, but mostly for the OneDrive storage space. However I have trained my colleague as well as our National 5 and Higher RMPS class on how to … Continue reading Glow- 1 Year Review