Supply teachers are struggling

13 December 2019

Just 12% said the level of pay they receive per day has increased in the last 12 months, according to the latest annual survey of hundreds of supply teachers in England and Wales by the teachers’ union NASUWT.

Government misses its teacher training targets

10 December 2019

The recently released initial teacher training recruitment figures in England for 2019 to 2020 show that the Government has missed its target for recruitment into secondary initial teacher training for a seventh successive year.

Teaching as a high-value profession

18 September 2019

Proposals that would see new teachers earning £30,000 aim to recognise teaching as the high-value, prestigious profession it is, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has suggested.

More money for maths and physics teachers

8 July 2019

Maths and physics teachers in the North East and Yorkshire and the Humber regions are to receive an extra £2000 “to encourage and support them during the early years of their classroom careers”.

Are employers ready for T Levels?

1 May 2019

The Government has been urged to work more closely with business on new reforms to technical education or it might risk repeating the same mistakes over the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy.