Shane Mann

  • Schools Week is changing: we're going digital first

    I’d like to tell you about some changes we’re making to Schools Week, coming into effect in June. Since the newspaper’s launch in September 2014, we’ve always been brave with our approach to providing you with high-quality, independent, investigative and balanced education journalism. We’ve come a long way in these four years, but we wouldn’t be here today

    11.30 May. 24th, 2018 | Opinion

  • More than 1,000 learners that failed courses last year will now be told they passed

    More than 1,000 learners that failed their courses last year are now being told they’ve passed. Under the previous widely accepted interpretation of rules for reformed level three applied general and tech level qualifications, introduced for teaching from 2016, learners had to pass all their externally-assessed exams to achieve their qualifications. But that changed after Ofqual

    15.11 Apr. 28th, 2018 | News

  • Ed Fest

    10.25 Apr. 18th, 2018 | Advertisements

  • UK teacher wins $1m Global Teacher Prize

    London teacher, Andria Zafirakou, has been announced as the recipient of this year’s Global Teacher Prize. She was crowned the winner during a ceremony at the Global Education and Skills Conference in Dubai, where she was presented with her prize by the Daily Show’s Trevor Noah. Zafirakou, a teacher at Alperton Community School, becomes the first UK

    15.56 Mar. 18th, 2018 | News

  • Consultation launched to end teacher golden hello claims

    An end date has been earmarked for teachers to make golden hello claims to their school or local authority. The National College for Teaching and Leadership has today published a consultation on the its proposal to cease applications from 31st August 2019. The golden hello scheme, a financial incentive for teachers of priority subjects in

    11.10 Jan. 25th, 2018 | News