Published on 20th February 2018
School leaders welcome plans to teach Relationships and Sex Education in all schools however, PSHE should be statutory for all pupils too.
Published on 21st October 2017
Do not accept friend requests from parents or pupils, teachers have been warned.
Published on 18th September 2017
More than a quarter of young people referred to CAMHS services were not accepted, a report by the Education Policy Institute has found.
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 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 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 26th June 2017
PSHE (personal, social and health education) has long been a thorny topic for schools. Its importance is unquestionable. We know students need to be the recipients of quality instruction on sometimes difficult, often sensitive subjects, but who should deliver it, what should be delivered and how are questions to which there seems to be little consensus.