The TSN Blog
Last week was anti-bullying week (16-20 November 2015) and we were being asked to ‘make a NO!SE about bullying’. Quite right too!
I remember vividly a wordless, interminable car journey through France about twenty years ago with my tense-jawed parents and restless brother. At the end of it waited a little brown envelope containing his A level results.
Teachers should not be expected to answer emails or spend hours marking schoolwork after 5 pm according to the Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan.
Ian Durrant from Canterbury Christ Church University is looking for schools to participate in a new research study.
A brief analysis of the possible impact over the next 30 years of the latest Budget.
Life was hard having an unknown learning difficulty. It left open a series of unsolved mysteries throughout my life that were only just solved last year when I had my dyspraxia diagnosis.
With so many disturbing statistics like 1 in 4 teachers will quit the profession within their first 5 years of teaching, or the number of politicians referring to the high number of failing and coasting schools, you might be forgiven for questioning your decision to become a teacher.
Julian Stanley explains what support the charity provides for teachers with money worries
If you want to become a teacher, the likelihood is that to get there, you will need to go to university.
The shocking events that have taken place in Bradford over the last 24 hours are saddening and must be extremely worrying for the family, friends, colleagues and students of the teacher involved.
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