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Originally published in TES magazine on 18 January, 2013 by Kerra Maddern PGCE applications fall, leading to fears of teacher shortages Teacher training applications for subjects excluded from the English Baccalaureate – including RE, computer science and design and technology – have fallen dramatically, prompting fears that university training departments… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 11 January 2013 by Richard Vaughan Trial aims to monitor pupils’ happiness and boost well-being Thousands of teenage pupils are to be given detailed questionnaires to analyse their levels of depression and anxiety in a bid to boost young people’s well-being. A four-year trial… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 4 January, 2013 By: Stephen Exley Thousands of schools across the country face strikes before Easter as the two biggest teaching unions prepare to escalate their campaign of industrial action. While members of the NUT and NASUWT have already voted in favour of action… read full article »
Published in TES magazine on 11 December 2012 England is rising up the rankings in reading, with the nation’s best readers as good as the very best in other parts of the world, according to the first details from two highly important international research studies. But England has slipped in… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 7 December, 2012 by Stephen Exley Schools face the prospect of widespread strike action after ministers announced a fundamental overhaul of teachers’ pay that will scrap automatic rises for tens of thousands of staff. In a move to link pay more closely with performance,… read full article »