Book Review - The Teacher Gap

Book Review - The Teacher Gap
I was fascinated to find out how real-life teachers actually felt about the profession and what the key triggers were for wanting to leave long-term. The recruitment process to replace a good quality teacher is expensive, time consuming and disruptive for the pupils therefore it’s really important to understand where school leaders may be going wrong. Read More...

An Inside Guide To How An Apprenticeship Works

An Inside Guide To How An Apprenticeship Works
As apprenticeships are starting to become more popular it is important to understand what an apprenticeship entails, how the education side works and how the actual work side functions. As an apprentice myself hopefully I will be able to shed some light on these questions concerned. Read More...

How to Reduce Conflicts to Live a Happier, Healthier and a More Fulfilling Life

How to Reduce Conflicts to Live a Happier, Healthier and a More Fulfilling Life
Unique experiences and unexpected events which haven’t been encountered before are perfect recipes for conflicts and drama which can take their toll on your mental, physical and psychological wellbeing. Here is how to reduce conflict in the workplace to help you live a happier and healthier life. Read More...

5 Steps: Leadership for Mental Health in Schools

5 Steps: Leadership for Mental Health in Schools
The 5 Steps framework, just launched by the Anna Freud Centre, calls for change in the way schools and colleges support the mental health of their pupils and staff. This change requires leadership, and ‘Leading Change’ is the first of the five steps of the framework. Read More...

Teachers – Why did you leave your last role?

Teachers – Why did you leave your last role?
To understand the reasons for teachers leaving their roles we have created a quick pulse teacher retention survey. The survey focuses on why teachers left their roles, this could be to move onto another school, or why they left the profession completely. Read More...

Mental Health in Schools During Coronavirus Pandemic

Mental Health in Schools During Coronavirus Pandemic
The anxieties of protecting staff and pupils from COVID-19 are so huge, yet our education staff are still required to plan and deliver lessons with the highest standards of quality. It is also more important than ever for our teachers to provide emotional support to vulnerable children who may be feeling overwhelmed about the uncertainty we are all facing. Read More...
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