Commute drives job applications

Commute drives job applications Schools Week reports. In a recent survey by Schools Week it was found that 40% of teachers and school leaders said that they first considered the commute from home when looking for a new job. A convenient commute, especially as many teachers have children, was the primary concern for teachers. Though

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A history of Grammar Schools

As Nicky Morgan approves the first grammar school in 50 years; let’s look back at the history of grammar schools, and find out what all the fuss is about… Grammar schools were established in the UK in medieval times to teach the classics – at that time classical languages, Latin and later Ancient Greek. Remember

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Inset days; why we have them

Anyone that doesn’t work in teaching or have children of a school age would probably never have heard of an Inset day. So perhaps we are well advised to start with… …the history of the inset day Inset is an acronym for IN-SErvice Training day, sometimes also referred to as a Baker day which; is

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