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

1 in 3 teachers says year 9s don’t get regular music lessons

Poll also shows 2 in 5 primary pupils lack access to free instrument teaching as DfE sets out 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

Jump in teachers leaving, plus 6 more school workforce findings

Thousands more teachers leaving the profession again as pandemic effect wears off, with vacancies at highest since 2010

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...

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Tom Belger
Schools

Chartered College president wants to double membership and get royal status

Dr Steven Berryman will succeed Stephen Munday in November

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Tom Belger
Schools

New DfE powers to ban online teachers amid grooming fears

The government plans to close a series of loopholes in its teacher misconduct regime

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Tom Belger
Schools

Herrington: ‘We’ll miss targets if trusts act in their own interest’

Meeting literacy and numeracy targets will require academies' and councils cooperating, says national schools commissioner

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Tom Belger
Covid

Teacher recruitment targets hiked as DfE predicts post-Covid exodus

Ministers have repeatedly missed past targets, but slashed trainee bursaries during a short-lived Covid boom

Tom Belger
Tom Belger