This Thursday the Department for Education (DfE) intend to publish provisional results for secondary schools. For more information on exactly what’s being published you can see one of our previous blogs.
As schools go to increasingly extreme measures in a bid to recruit the right staff, we think there are some key pointers to follow before embarking on a trip to Canada in search of the future generation of teachers.
Ofsted has released an eye-opening report – Key Stage 3: the wasted years? – indicating that pupils’ development in KS3 is hindered because the transition from primary to secondary is poorly handled.
Whilst the bad news continues on the teacher recruitment difficulties across the UK, we challenge schools to consider the importance of teacher retention. From a cost perspective, the investment organisations are making on advertising vacant posts could (and should) be reassigned to creative retention programmes and packages for teachers.
High national A Level standards are once again maintained this year with a pass rate of 98.1% and 77.3% of students achieving the high A* to C grades.
The Department for Education has just released its Statement of Intent for the 2015 School and College Performance Tables. Here we address some of the key changes that will affect you.
The Department for Education is a veritable gold mine of statistical data for those who are prepared to wade through it. Much like a favourite childhood book of mine, ‘Where’s Wally’, the data can be both richly detailed and at times utterly frustrating. This week saw the publication of the latest school workforce data, a series of documents containing thousands of individual pieces of information relating to, amongst other things, teaching staff in schools.
Boris Johnson has said that every young person in London should have at least 100 hours of careers advice or work experience by the age of 16.
The Mayor of London was commenting following the release of a new report, 'London Ambitions: Shaping a Successful Careers Offer for all Young Londoners'.