Teachers' workload problems are rooted in the education system. We need bigger ambition for change from the Government, with actions to match.
The DfE is making much of their efforts to reduce the workload of teachers; their 2019 Workload Survey (TWS) report shows a drop in reported working hours of teachers compared to the TWS 2016.
The Government cuts to sexual violence services, particularly services for Black and minoritized women, means that many women and girls are not getting the support they need.
The relentless attack on 16-19 funding since 2010 has resulted in job losses and increased workload for all education workers.
“I’ve told the college you’ll accompany me to the meeting, as my union rep.” “Great! I’ll be there. But first… I need to get some advice!”
From September 2019, Ofsted will introduce its education inspection framework (EIF) to, “refocus inspections of schools, early years settings and further education and skills providers, to make sure that learners are receiving a high-quality education that puts them on a path to future success”.
Following the recent sector-led response to proposed changes to the EYFS, early years expert, Dr Sue Allingham, of Keeping Early Years Unique, sets out the concerns of the sector, and the principles which must be defended.
Today August 2, marks the 75th anniversary of the murder of 2,897 Sinti and Roma in the gas chambers at the German Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp.
What are the values that help us support LGBT+ Inclusion in education?
Kirsty Williams, Minister for Education, Welsh Government cites plans to support teachers to deliver the new Curriculum for Wales.