Saturday, 29 January 2011

Primary School Jobs

After School Jobs Online - Jobs For Teens!
Who says that you cannot earn money while studying? While it is true that your primary responsibility is to do well in school, there is absolutely no reason for you to stop your plans of making extra money. If you want to earn extra cash to help out your parents, to have a bigger pocket money, to pump up your savings, or just to have some shopping money, then take a look at these cool after school jobs for teens!
1. Paid Surveys Online
There are many paid survey sites online that offers paid work to teens. Answering surveys for money is not only easy but also cool and fun.
2. Freelance Writing

If you have a skill for writing, you can easily search for freelance writing jobs online. You can get paid per project or you can arrange to get paid monthly.
3. Blogging
Blogging has been very popular not only for adults but also for teens. You get to earn money for taking on paid sponsors or by accepting paid post requests. 4. Online Store Assistant
Search for online stores that need to hire assistants.
"If music be the food of love... play on" or so goes a famous Shakespearian quote, and certainly throughout history and commonly accepted today, music is food for the body, mind and soul. Music in schools is something that I feel quite fanatical about, many schools doing such a fantastic job at providing above and beyond what the syllabus and curriculum require, while all the time eager to improve on this. Music workshops enrich and extend a pupil's learning experience in school and can fortify and emphasize key subjects such as science, geography, history and English. Typical music workshop examples include: Me & My Body, Space, African Drumming, Tudors and Rivers. This of course is not the only benefit to music workshops in schools, listening and concentration skills will be tested and elevated when composing their own pieces and the children's team building and cooperation skills will also be developed. Teachers may also find themselves learning alongside the children, promoting a camaraderie and unity between pupil and teacher.


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