• Most locked-out trainee teachers have failed their QTS skills test resits

    Just six per cent of would-be trainee teachers locked out of the pre-qualifying test for their courses under old government rules have applied to take the tests again since the rule limiting resits was lifted, according to exclusive new figures seen by Schools Week. What’s more, the majority of formerly locked-out candidates who have repeated

    5.00 Apr. 13th, 2018 | News

  • Teachers are 'happy with pay' despite real-terms drop

    Most teachers remain happy with their income, despite a real-terms drop in pay and longer working hours in recent years, new research has found. A new report by the National Foundation for Educational Research found 79 per cent of teachers said they were satisfied with their income in 2015-16, even though teachers’ average hourly pay has

    0.01 Mar. 20th, 2018 | News