New research has highlighted significant concern amongst both businesses and teachers about how prepared young people are for the world of work – particularly following the COVID-19 pandemic. The polling is released by education charity Teach First as it launches a new report, Rethinking Careers Education: Investing in Our Country’s Future.
After five years in ‘unit 6’ in Belle Vale Shopping Centre, Gateacre School’s BIG Little Library (BLL) have been given the incredible opportunity to move to bigger premises in the centre. Lisa Mitchell, community co-ordinator at Gateacre School, said: “This is now the fourth time the BLL has moved within the
It’s no secret that there is a candidate shortage across the education sector. It has been widely reported, in the media, that schools and academies face a severe staffing crisis. The need for temporary staff in the education sector has never been greater. At Affinity Workforce Solutions (AWS), they believe it
After 33 years of teaching children in Liverpool, Dylan Williams felt his work in education was not done yet. Now working for supply solution, SupplyWell, he continues his mission of enacting positive change focusing on supply teachers, teaching assistants and cover supervisors. Dylan Williams’ passion for education can be traced back
Over 300 teachers, schools and academy leaders from across the UK attended King’s Leadership Academy Warrington for a one-day conference to share knowledge and experience about the latest best practices in education. Leading academics and educationalists spoke at the prestigious researchED event in a full day of 40 sessions addressing topical