20 JUN 2019
A new international survey has revealed that teachers in England work more hours than anywhere else in Europe. The survey of teachers and school leaders in 48 countries conducted by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) revealed that secondary teachers in England worked 46.9 hours a week on average, the fourth-highest workload of the 48 countries polled.
07 MAY 2019
Schools should be accountable for the exam results of pupils they have permanently excluded by including them in their league table rankings, a major new Government report will say.
17 JUN 2016
Around one in six children in England missed out on a place at their top choice of secondary school this year, government figures show. This equates to tens of thousands of failed applications, with half of children in some London boroughs missing out as councils scramble to provide enough places to meet growing demand.
08 MAR 2016
Most of us will feel stress at work in one way or another. Physiological symptoms of stress such as the release of adrenaline are a healthy and necessary bodily reaction. In moderation these are nothing to worry about. However continuous or overwhelming levels of stress can become unmanageable and will have a detrimental physiological and psychological impact.