teachers


This Saturday’s annual NUT Supply Teacher Conference will hear that employment prospects for supply teachers are getting tougher, as schools increasingly use unqualified staff in place of qualified supply teachers to cover teacher absence. The NUT’s 2017 supply teacher survey, which received a record 1,300 responses, shows that 41% of […]

Schools increasingly using unqualified staff to cover teacher absence



Tom Bennett’s independent review providing practical guidance to teachers on how to tackle bad behaviour in classrooms has been published. An independent review providing practical guidance to teachers about how to tackle bad behaviour in the classroom has been published today (24 March 2017). Teacher and behaviour expert Tom Bennett spent […]

New report with practical advice for teachers on pupil behaviour




Workers in the public sector face real pay falls of thousands of pounds by 2020, according to new analysis published today (Wednesday) by the TUC. Midwives, teachers and social workers will see real pay losses of over £3,000, while nurses, firefighters and border guards face losing more than £2,500. Ambulance […]

Nurses, teachers and firefighters facing falls of thousands in real ...