What if schools turn into academies?

At the beginning of 2016 the UK government proposed to turn all schools into academies. However, in May 2016, the Guardian newspaper reported that the government has abandoned plans to change all state schools in England to become academies. http://www.theguardian.com/education/2016/may/06/government-backs-down-over-plan-to-make-all-schools-academies The original plan was that all state schools in England should become academies by the

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Teachers’ salaries (UK)

Qualified teachers in the UK typically earn from £22,244 to £37,871, although leading practitioners can earn up to £58,677. Of course, head teachers earn more and usually earn between £43,665 and £107,210. You will earn more if you are teaching in the London area. If you are an unqualified teacher you can expect to earn

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The world’s biggest lesson…

The World’s biggest lesson; How to create a culture of globalization in UK schools. In this special blog we take a look at globalization, and how well we are preparing our young people for future living and work. We’ve leveraged our partnership with our global learning partner Think Global, who have a thirty year history

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Teachers’ pay hits the headlines again

Teachers’ pay hits the headlines again as the OECD reports on education’s global top earners. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has produced an annual report on global teachers’ pay. In the report teachers pay is ranked by country and though in England teachers are amongst the best paid in the World, England

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