Author Archives: Miss Moga

How boys are turning into girls in 2018 and beyond…

Hello dear readers! Welcome and or welcome back to my blog. Now some of you may be thinking or have thought, from reading the title of my blog post, that I  may be talking about the trans, genderfluid, gender-neutral language, toilets blah blah topic that has been the mass media’s hot topic of recent years, […]

Behavior management: Top 10 tips for managing poor behaviour in class and at home!

  Welcome and or welcome back dear readers! I am aware that I have not posted on my blog for quite some time, however, I have fully healed from the operation on right hand, so I am so excited to be posting, and hopefully more regularly. So today’s post is going to be again about […]

Making the most of your PGCE/teacher training course

Hello, again dear readers, or welcome if you are new to my blog! Today’s blog post is back on the topic of teaching, specifically the topic of teacher training. Now if you are (or was) a teacher or have some knowledge about the teaching profession, then you may have heard about how bloody difficult the […]

What kind of teacher are you? A fun quiz

Hello everyone welcome or welcome back to my blog, I have put up today a quiz I made using the website Qzzr.com.  Just click on the link below to do the quiz. I wanted to make a fun little quiz to see what kind of teacher you are, or could be. I mean we all […]

Gotta swerve em’ all: The five types of muslim men to avoid

Hello everyone welcome, or welcome back to my blog! Today I have a post that is meant to be funny, but also meant to be informative. So yet another post around the topic of muslim marriage, specifically for the muslim women or women in general (everyone is welcome!). I just had a call the other […]

Muslim marriage websites: Time wasters or life savers? An honest review

Hello again (or welcome if you are new!) today is another post on the series Miss Moga talks: Muslim marriage. So originally I was going to post this specific blog post later, however I was flooded with loads of direct messages on my Instagram account (follow me at Miss_m0ga I am funny and charming!) and […]

Mind the gap: Discussing the poor performance of Black Caribbean boys in education

Hello again and welcome, or welcome back to my blog. Today’s blog post is going to cover a part of a topic that has been close to my heart, and an area that is of great interest for me since I was a young school student and till now as a teacher.And that topic is […]