Deputy head celebrates 500th blog

One of the UK’s most well known education bloggers has just published his 500th post about teaching.

Ross Morrison McGill is deputy headteacher at Quintin Kynaston, an 11 to 18 comprehensive school in St John’s Wood, north west London, but still makes time to blog several times a week.

Mr McGill started his @TeacherToolkit website in 2010 and started blogging two years later.

Since then the site has amassed more than 3.2 million views, is ranked 27th in the world by Teach100, and has been named as the number one teaching blog in the UK for three years running by PR company Vuelio.

Thanks to Mr McGill’s blog, his Twitter feed (he has 111,000 followers and tweets regularly during the day), and the two books he has written about teaching, he is now one of the best-known teachers in the UK.

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