Former chief schools adjudicator Sir Philip Hunter says the “cracks are now appearing the system” and has used an article for Tes to outline the three measures he says are needed to improve it. Tes reports.
Damian Hinds has called on social media companies to do more to tackle the “warped view” of reality being pushed on young fans amid growing concerns for children’s mental health. Politics Home reports.
With secondary school pupils in England appearing to fall victim to cyberbullying more frequently than their peers across the world, according to a global survey of teachers, there is likely to be fierce debate over whether mobile phones should be banned in schools. The Independent reports.
More than half of all secondary schoolteachers in England say their job is “unmanageable”, according to an international survey revealing that teachers in England have one of the highest workloads in the world. The Guardian reports.
Discovery Education and Probrand are delighted to announce a new partnership which will give schools access to the latest education technology and help teachers make budgets go further. It’s also an example of how market leading firms in the EdTech sector can create new collaborations in support of the DfE’s EdTech strategy
Education Secretary Damian Hinds has today (18 June) confirmed that new T Level qualifications will become a reality from September 2020, as a second wave of further education providers are announced to deliver courses from 2021 – bringing the total to over 100. FE News reports.
The role of the technicians in our schools is vital to effective delivery of the curriculum, yet numbers are dwindling as school cuts bite, says Jon Richards, national secretary of education at UNISON in SecEd.
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.