Published on 21st August 2017
The pay cap of 1 per cent for teachers from September 2017 has been confirmed by the government.
Published on 17th August 2017
Head-teachers have slammed Ofsted’s proposals to change the short inspection process as “unfair and iniquitous”.
Published on 14th August 2017
Many schools have a tried and tested interviewing process, however, it never does any harm to revisit your policy and check it is working for you. This is particularly true when interviewing supply teachers. Often schools put a lot of time and effort into recruiting permanent members of staff but it is just as crucial to get the right locum teachers in place.
Published on 7th August 2017
The most disadvantaged pupils in England have fallen further behind their peers, a report by the Education Policy Institute has found.
Published on 26th July 2017
It is inevitable that your school will need to hire a supply teacher, or teachers, and teaching assistants at some point. Even schools with the widest pools of contacts they can draw on to cover classes will at some point need to employ locum teachers to cover either a few days’ work or a longer-term contract such as a maternity cover.
Published on 25th July 2017
Director of recruitment specialists Tripod Education, Martin Donnelly, advises on how to solve your recruitment needs with Top Tips for working effectively with consultants.
Published on 5th July 2017
More than half a million children in England are so vulnerable that the state has to step in, the children’s commissioner has warned.
Published on 3rd July 2017
Social media can have a negative effect on the mental wellbeing of young people who are ‘extreme internet users,’ a report has warned