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  Budget cuts have been hard hitting for schools across England and have now reached an all-time new low. Just last week, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers Kevin Courtney has said “Strikes are a possibility” and London is seeing its first one. Teachers across three South East London schools planned a two-day… Read More

April 26, 2017

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Applying for a job let alone being offered a job that you were not qualified in would have been unheard of a few years ago. However, this the stark reality facing many schools in England today; teachers teaching subjects they do not have a relevant degree in. Nearly 37.5 per cent of Physics teachers do… Read More

April 25, 2017

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The National Union of Teachers (NUT) have threatened to hold a national strike next term over budget cuts that have led to job losses, activity cuts, lessons being cancelled and forcing staff to leave the profession altogether. The NAT has repeatedly called for the government to put an end to the 1 per cent pay… Read More

April 19, 2017

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Education Secretary Justine Greening has announced schools across England are to receive a £2.4 billion cash injection to cope with struggling school places and building repairs.   Since 2010 nearly 735,000 additional school places have been created, however a further 230,000 are needed between 2017 and 2020 to keep pace with a rising school-age population…. Read More

April 4, 2017

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Are you an NQT looking to secure a permanent teaching role? Or are you an experienced teacher or an assistant looking for a new challenge? If yes, then contact TLTP today.   We are recruiting for Newly Qualified Teachers and experienced teachers for permanent Primary and Secondary roles across all subjects and key stages. Roles… Read More

March 29, 2017

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  Two teaching unions; National Union of Teachers (NUT) and the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) have voted to form a super union by a vote of more than 2-1. The results show 97.2 per cent of NUT members voted for the merger and 2.8 per cent voted against. In the ATL 72.8 per… Read More

March 23, 2017

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Education Secretary Justine Greening has announced sex and relationships education will be made compulsory in all of England’s schools. Up until now, this has only been compulsory in council-run secondary schools. The current statutory guidance for sex and relationships education was introduced in 2000, however times have changed and seventeen years later it is out… Read More

March 2, 2017

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  No matter how many Sue Cowley books you read before becoming a teacher, be it ‘Getting the buggers to behave’ or ‘How to survive your first year in teaching’, they may offer some answers but nothing will prepare you more than actually standing in front of 30 pupils and teaching a lesson!   We… Read More

February 28, 2017

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England’s schools are facing its major challenge in recruiting and retaining teachers and senior leaders, MPS from the Education Select Committee have warned. Key subject areas such as Maths, Physics and Computing were the hardest hit. For the fifth year in a row the government has failed to deal with the problem resulting in missing… Read More

February 27, 2017

MPs have argued the government has failed to provide sufficient evidence to show opening new grammar schools would improve social mobility and the quality of education for all pupils. The Department for Education (DfE) has argued that removing the ban on opening new grammars will be a way of making “more good school places available,… Read More

February 14, 2017