Total 7 Posts

Too often learning ‘British history’ means learning ‘English history’

4 min read
If history is to be of any use to those who study it, it ought to help them understand the nature of the country and society they live in.

Teachers are quitting – Here’s what could be done to get them to stay

4 min read
Teachers are quitting due to workload, lack of support, and low pay. To retain them, solutions such as a lighter workload, better pay, more support and flexible working arrangements are suggested as well as creating a culture of respect and recognition.

The people who care for and educate our children deserve better pay

5 min read
Investment in UK childcare should go towards better pay and conditions for workers. This could also help increase availability and affordability for parents.

Teachers vote overwhelmingly to strike

2 min read
Teachers’ strikes will result in the closure of the majority of English and Welsh schools.

How teachers supported children and parents through COVID-19 school closures.

5 min read
Teachers went to great effort to help parents support their children’s learning during the lockdown periods.

London’s Olympic legacy: Why £2.2 billion investment in primary school PE has failed teachers.

11 min read
The 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics promised to have a major impact on school sports. Ten years on, many primary school PE lessons have been outsourced to private sports contractors, resulting in the ‘deskilling’ of a generation of teachers.

True diamonds that we refuse to properly acknowledge.

5 min read
Currently, there are 567,000 fewer educators in public schools in America than there were before the pandemic.
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