Today’s news review looks at class sizes and the number of young headteachers in schools. Class sizes Today, Thursday, 27 July, a number of outlets including The Sun and The Independent ran stories based on claims that the number of primary …
Today’s media blog looks at a Stonewall report on LGBT pupils and mental health in schools.
Today’s news review looks at coverage over the weekend about sprinklers in schools and the final verdict from the Isle of Wight Magistrates’ Court about term-time holidays.
Teachers’ salaries Yesterday, 22 June, we published the annual school workforce statistics. The statistics show that the average salary of a teacher has risen to £35,100, up by £500 on the year before. The average pay for teachers in leadership …
Today's news review looks at the Social Mobility Index, a ranking of the UK's top 50 employers for social mobility.
Today’s Education in the Media blog clarifies the use of sprinklers in schools.
Today’s blog looks at those from the education sector who have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, coverage relating to the update of the new computer science GCSE, and a story about how teachers help adopted children.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of a survey from the British Council on language learning in schools in England.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the Social Mobility Commission’s poll of public attitudes towards social mobility.
Today’s blog looks at the Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data that was published yesterday by the Department.
Today’s blog welcomes back Justine Greening as Secretary of State for Education and looks at new figures that show the number of children going to their preferred choice of school is on the rise.