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Mar
24

Early Years practitioner Lucinda Gardiner writes about her experience with the Early Years Initial Teacher Training course. She discusses what inspires her to pursue a career in teaching, how she has collaborated with peers to share ideas, and her journey since achieving Early Years Teacher Status.

Mar
20

More than £1 million to help schools across England recruit highly-skilled governors has been announced by Schools Minister Lord Nash.

The funding, provided by the Department for Education (DfE), will support a new partnership between SGOSS - Governors for Schools and the Education and Employers Taskforce, to recruit and place more high-calibre governors in schools.

Mar
17

Ofsted have release a new document Ofsted inspections - clarification for schools that should help clear up some of the common myths that ass unnecessary workload and stress for schools.

Read alongside the School inspection handbook, it should highlight specific practices that are not required by Ofsted.

Mar
12

Early Years practitioner Cathy Nute writes about her experience with the Early Years Initial Teacher Training course. She discusses how she started her career in early years teaching, her decision to persue Early Years Teacher Status, government funding and support from her tutor and setting, now she is halfway through the course.

Mar
10

National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is co-ordinated by the National Apprenticeship Service and is designed to celebrate apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy.

Mar
09

Early Years practitioner Tija Mason writes about her experience with the Early Years Initial Teacher Training course. She discusses her reasons for taking the course, and how her daily practice reflects in the written evidence she is accumlulating.

Mar
06

One hundred exceptional middle leaders across England can now apply to spend one year in an underperforming school, in an effort to raise the quality of teaching. This will enable some of the more challenging schools to benefit from the skills, expertise and knowledge of middle leaders.

Mar
06

Education is one of the top five issues that people care about most – Jeff Hart explores what the different parties promise in the run-up to the May election.

Mar
05

The Chancellor and the Education Secretary plan to improve education standards in the North, with £10 million of funding going into local schools. This which will enable the area’s best academies to share their excellence through becoming sponsors of underperforming local schools. Amongst other things their expertise will be used to help improve exam results, providing young people with better opportunities for the future.

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