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New research reveals the best way to solve the teacher shortage crisis

A new report has claimed that investing in teacher training would be more effective than seeking to recruit thousands of new ones.

The research for education charity…

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Schools urged to sign up for NSPCC maths fun day

Primary and secondary schools are invited to sign up for the NSPCC’s Number Day, which will take place next week.

Number Day is an annual fundraising event that sees…

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Major study shows staff wellbeing in schools is on a knife edge

Teachers are reeling from the shock of the pandemic as the continued pressures on them are taking a lasting toll on their wellbeing, according to the latest Tes Staff Wellbeing…

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Identifying meaningful measures to address the attainment gap

A project to explore how to make better use of data to assess the poverty-related attainment gap across eight local authorities has begun.

The research is being led by…

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Ethnic minority teachers offered free Google backed training scheme

Happy2Host Education, a UK-based professional development and creative agency, has announced it has been chosen to run an innovative program aimed at improving diversity and…

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Jorvik Viking Centre invites schools to free week of activities

York’s JORVIK Viking Centre is inviting schools all over the country – and beyond – to join a free week packed with Viking-themed activities created by its award winning…

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Coronavirus closures have left pupils more than 18 months behind

The learning gap created by the pandemic will take more than 18 months to close, teachers have warned.
 
State school teachers were far more likely to offer a…

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New film released for schools to highlight 'County Lines' grooming threat

A new film tackling the growing issue of criminals grooming and exploiting teenagers has been released for schools.

New this week on Into Film’s free screening service…

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New climate change and the built environment resources for KS3/4 presented by BBC star

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has released a new film and suite of curriculum-linked learning resources for teachers to use for free with their Key Stage 3 to 4 students (aged 13-16), exploring climate change and the built…

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New films for teachers and young people to explore LGBTQ+ issues

Education charity, Into Film, has launched a curated programme of films, resources and exclusive collaborations with LGBTQ+ organisations such as Stonewall, Mermaids and Brook ahead of LGBTQ+ History Month in February. The collection is available…

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Spellzone: The English Spelling Resource Created for Online Learning

What is Spellzone? Written by a dyslexia specialist, Spellzone is an online spelling resource that unlocks the mystery of English spelling and adapts to students of all abilities. Students can work on tailored learning pathways at their own pace…

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Wates appointed to £7bn schools construction framework

Wates maintains long partnership with Department for Education. Wates Group has cemented its long association with the Department for Education (DfE), with the announcement of its appointment to 11 lots of the DfE’s new 2021 Construction Framework (…

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