Schools

Government still lags well behind NPQ take-up target

Just 63,484 NPQ courses have been started in two years, against a DfE target of 150,000 across three, new...

Amy Walker
Amy Walker
Ofsted

Teacher workload ‘getting in the way’ of ECF reforms, finds Ofsted

7 key findings from the watchdog's review into professional development

Amy Walker
Amy Walker
Schools

Lord Agnew joins board of flagship DfE teacher training provider

The former academies minister has both joined the National Institute of Teaching board and returned as chair of the...

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Schools

Flagship teacher training reforms provider told to improve by Ofsted

Education Development Trust 'not taking effective action' to ensure high standards in early career framework training

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Schools

DfE warned against treating ECF evidence ‘like a Bible’

A teacher training expert and former DfE adviser warned against the apparent reverence of some in government to the...

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Schools

Rachel de Souza joins big trusts’ National Institute of Teaching

The children's commissioner joins the CEOs of Harris, Star, Oasis and OGAT on the board behind the DfE's new...

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Schools

National Institute of Teaching hints at running iQTS training abroad

One of the founding trust's leaders also said the NIoT would mean 'positive disruption' for the teacher training sector...

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Schools

National Institute of Teaching wants to be ‘tide that lifts all boats’

CEO Melanie Renowden tells Schools Week why the sector should embrace rather than fear the new flagship teacher training...

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Schools

£200 grants to encourage small school staff to take NPQs

£22.6m set aside as free scholarships also opened up to private schools

James Carr
James Carr