Headteacher Magazine, guide to services and products for UK Schools
You won’t be hearing ‘Auld Lang Syne’ or the sound of fireworks, but teachers across the country are ringing in the New Year, with a poll revealing 87% of 3,470 educators see September as the new year rather than January.
Research conducted by the online educational publisher Twinkl also reveals the top new year’s resolutions of UK teachers, with achieving a work-life balance coming out as the most popular, followed by not working evenings and weekends.
The majority of teachers in England are unsure of the benefits of working for a Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) and two thirds would choose a role in a standalone school over a job working within a MAT. Nearly two thirds (63%) of teachers have no understanding of how working for a MAT differs from teaching in a normal school, and even teachers that are already working within a MAT are unsure of the advantages it brings (54%).
Despite the UK’s evolving employment and commercial landscape, it has become readily apparent that we are now facing a ‘skills deficit’ in the provision of Modern Foreign Languages within schools.
The British Council’s Language Trends Survey 2016/2017 has revealed that since 2012, schools have faced shortfalls in pupils studying a second language, with a 37% reduction at GCSE level.
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Time is precious, the Initiatives Fundraising’s method helps you create your own school aprons, tea towels or bags with children’s self portrait on. Initiatives Fundraising will provide you with a quick and efficient way to create your fundraiser with a guaranteed quality product. Raise funds for all events: be it school year, keepsakes, mother's day, Christmas or summer fair!
During Mental Health Awareness Week the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) is urging policy makers to introduce mental health training for teachers.
During Stress Awareness Month, editor Victoria Galligan speaks to Hitesh Dodhia, Superintendent Pharmacist at PharmacyOutlet.co.uk, about the mental health issues facing the teaching profession.
Hitesh highlights the importance of recognising the signs of stress in staff, and the need for heads to implement better stress management within UK education.
Connect has been named the Secondary & Higher Education Resource/Equipment Supplier of the Year winner in GESS Education Awards 2018, honouring the outstanding customer care and exceptional standard of service to education. Connect were announced as winners at the GESS Education Awards gala dinner on February 28, 2018 at the H Hotel in Dubai.
A recent survey conducted by an online label company revealed 32% of people said developing modern skills is the biggest advantage when using technology in schools. Overall 88% of people acknowledge that it has an overwhelmingly positive effect on students.
DBS checks are a key part of safe recruitment. It’s clear that teachers need a DBS check - but what about people in other roles?
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