According to The Telegraph, nearly two in three (63 per cent) teachers in the most disadvantaged primary schools are asked to supply data on pupils’ progress at least six times a year, compared to just 39 per cent of staff in the most affluent primary schools, according to a repor
Theatres including the Donmar Warehouse, the Royal Court and the Almeida are among organisations calling for all children to be entitled to drama teaching and visits to plays as part of their education. The Stage reports.
Figures released by the Association of Directors of Children’s Services (ADCS) shows a “significant shift” in the home education community. They indicate a “surge” of new referrals combined with “an increase in cases with social care, SEND and multi-agency involvement”. Children and Young People Now reports.
Milton Keynes based WiFi experts Redway Networks is offering a UK school, college or university the chance to win a fully designed and installed Wi-Fi 6 solution worth over £20,000 as part of its Win Big 2019 competition.
The NEU, NAHT, ASCL and Voice say the pay rise must be “applied to all pay scales and allowances, and fully funded by the government”, as a way of addressing the teacher recruitment and retention crisis. Tes reports
When I was a deputy, I can remember sitting down with the headteacher to begin the sifting process for a teaching position that had been advertised for our school. We had over 200 applications. The Primary Head writes in Teachwire.