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Update yourself with the latest news for both job seekers and recruiters alike.

  • Revealed: Parents’ view of home-schooling

    30 Jun 2021

    As it looks like we are tentatively moving out of lockdown restrictions for good, many have begun to reflect on the effectiveness (or not) of some of the things that became ‘the new normal’ during the three main lockdown periods.

  • How to make the most of whole-class reading

    20 Jun 2021

    After going out of fashion for a while at the expense of guided reading, whole-class reading seems to be back in favour again. Research points to a variety of benefits of whole-class reading.

  • Action still needed about teacher workload

    10 Jun 2021

    The cancellation of exams for a second year running has not only exposed the government’s lack of proper contingency plans for problems that were entirely foreseeable.

  • Lack of support for longer school days and shorter holidays

    05 Jun 2021

    Although few would argue that many students need extra support and catch-up programmes to make up for the education lost during to the pandemic.

  • If you've got these qualities, you'll make it as a teacher

    28 May 2021

    There are lots of things that contribute to somebody being a great teacher. Two teachers can be quite different as professionals but equally effective in the classroom.

  • Will the new teacher training curriculum hit recruitment?

    24 May 2021

    The new Initial Teacher Training ITT Core Content Framework and other changes to the teacher training curriculum have been introduced with three clear aims in mind: to help newly qualified teachers to be better teachers.