The Department for Education have provided an update on their policy towards reducing teacher workload. Lord Nash, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the School System, has issued the following letter introducing this:
TES: More evidence that workload is driving the teacher recruitment and retention crisis
4th April 2016
The TES is reporting that there is more evidence that the rising workload is driving teachers away from the profession and exacerbating the recruitment crisis. More than eight in 10 teachers have considered Continue reading “TES, Parent View, Academies”
Herts for Learning will be hosting a teacher recruitment fair on Saturday 14th March 2015 at the Hertfordshire Development Centre in Stevenage to help schools address the issue of recruiting quality teaching staff.
This event is being promoted through a national and local advertising campaign and is aimed at attracting current, past or new teachers, or anyone thinking of entering teaching as a profession. Every school in Hertfordshire has been invited to host a free exhibition stand and meet with attendees to discuss current and future teaching opportunities.
If you are a current, past or new teacher, or interested in teaching as a profession this is an essential event for you to attend.
Where can you meet 100s of schools face to face and talk about real jobs? Representatives from 100s of Hertfordshire schools will be available to discuss current and future teaching opportunities. Schools Direct and other teacher training providers will also be attending.
Free to attend.
Free on-site parking.
Free shuttle bus from Stevenage train station.
Event sponsored by Herts for Learning.
Come along and attend free workshops:
Unmissable tips on applying for your first teaching job,
Train to Teach (run by the National College of Teaching and Leadership),
Returning to teaching,
Thinking of a new career path? Re-train as a teacher from another profession,
Induction, support and training programmes for newly qualified teachers (NQTs) in Herts,
Fast tracking programme – increase your subject knowledge,
Herts Coach Education Week 2014 sees the launch of the Herts Sports Science Programme. Rob Hardwick, Coaching Development Manager with Herts Sports Partnership, commented:
Increasingly, sports science is used by top level coaches to achieve the best results possible.
We’re delighted to be launching our sports science programme during Coach Education Week. These short workshops will help coaches to understand how they can get the best out of their athletes and teams.
There’ll be more workshops running through the year, offering coaches a real opportunity to raise their awareness of sports science.
Running 15th to 22nd February this event offers 70 courses in 20 sports for up to 1,500 coaches, teachers & students looking to develop their coaching qualifications & leadership skills.