John Howson: Covid and the Teacher Labour Market in England

March 1, 2021 |

We now have data from twelve months that have suffered from the effects of the covd-19 pandemic. First thing this morning, I asked my analysts at TeachVac what had been the consequences for the teacher labour market in England. They came up with the following table for all vacancies. Monthly recorded vacancies for teachers in…

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DfE: Teacher Bulletin: latest information on reopening schools to all students, catch up and exam

February 26, 2021 |

Safely reopening schools and colleges to all students Like you, our priority is getting children safely back into school, which is crucial for both their education and wellbeing. We also continue to take the safety of all education staff extremely seriously, and our guidance for all education settings has been based on the best medical advice. Ahead of…

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UK NARIC – NEW interactive webinars – Book now!

February 26, 2021 |

The following Admissions Series of webinars and our NEW free online sessions are available to book now on the training schedule web page. Please find below the sessions, dates, and times – Click on the links to find more information: Admissions Series of webinars: Wednesday 3 March, 10:00 am (GMT): Evaluating international students – an…

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John Howson: More good news: but not for all

February 26, 2021 |

Regular readers of this blog will know that the last Thursday of the month is the day that UCAS provides updated details of applications to postgraduate teacher preparation courses managed through their system. The numbers for February mark the half way point in the cycle between course commencements and thus represents a good time to…

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Review of ITT must recognise the unique contribution of universities to teacher training

February 26, 2021 |

Members can read the full article here.

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GNDE Report: Web Meeting on Learning Teams (March 1st) and other UN Agency Initiatives

February 26, 2021 |

This GNDE report provides information on some education news from UN agencies and global initiatives. An open web meeting is being held on March 1st at 9:00 am (Washington DC time) on Learning Teams as a workforce development strategy. Here are the details and web link to register for that event. The Education Workforce Initiative…

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UCAS Teacher Training bulletin

February 25, 2021 |

Updates to scheme letters Further to our update last month, we can confirm all UCAS Teacher Training correspondence are now sent electronically. The final letters we moved online this month are: AP40 – sent to applicants where we identify they’ve been placed across two application schemes. GT9 – sent to applicants after they have replied…

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NCCE: Advance your subject knowledge this spring

February 23, 2021 |

The National Centre for Computing Education are offering four weeks of curated courses this spring to help teachers from all subject backgrounds to grow their computer science knowledge. With two tracks to follow for new and advanced learners, you can choose how and when you want to learn, selecting from online courses you can take…

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Join the free STEM Community

February 23, 2021 |

The STEM Community is a vibrant, safe, professional space for members to share knowledge, ideas, opinions and receive support. If you are, or know of someone, training to be a primary and secondary STEM teacher or technician, this is a free platform for you to build a supportive network, receive problem solving solutions and to…

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UCAS: Teacher Training bulletin – 27 January

February 22, 2021 |

Updates to scheme letters Next month we’ll be transitioning the last of our scheme letters to email, meaning all UCAS Teacher Training correspondents will then be sent electronically. The letters we’re updating are: AP40 – sent to applicants where we identify they’ve been placed dually across two application schemes. GT9 – sent to applicants after…

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John Howson: Covid and the Teacher Labour Market in England

March 1, 2021 |
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We now have data from twelve months that have suffered from the effects of the covd-19 pandemic. First thing this morning, I asked my analysts at TeachVac what had been the consequences for the teacher labour market in England. They came up with the following table for all vacancies. Monthly recorded vacancies for teachers in…

Read More

DfE: Teacher Bulletin: latest information on reopening schools to all students, catch up and exam

February 26, 2021 |
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Safely reopening schools and colleges to all students Like you, our priority is getting children safely back into school, which is crucial for both their education and wellbeing. We also continue to take the safety of all education staff extremely seriously, and our guidance for all education settings has been based on the best medical advice. Ahead of…

Read More

UK NARIC – NEW interactive webinars – Book now!

February 26, 2021 |
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The following Admissions Series of webinars and our NEW free online sessions are available to book now on the training schedule web page. Please find below the sessions, dates, and times – Click on the links to find more information: Admissions Series of webinars: Wednesday 3 March, 10:00 am (GMT): Evaluating international students – an…

Read More

John Howson: More good news: but not for all

February 26, 2021 |
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Regular readers of this blog will know that the last Thursday of the month is the day that UCAS provides updated details of applications to postgraduate teacher preparation courses managed through their system. The numbers for February mark the half way point in the cycle between course commencements and thus represents a good time to…

Read More

Review of ITT must recognise the unique contribution of universities to teacher training

February 26, 2021 |
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Members can read the full article here.

Read More

GNDE Report: Web Meeting on Learning Teams (March 1st) and other UN Agency Initiatives

February 26, 2021 |
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This GNDE report provides information on some education news from UN agencies and global initiatives. An open web meeting is being held on March 1st at 9:00 am (Washington DC time) on Learning Teams as a workforce development strategy. Here are the details and web link to register for that event. The Education Workforce Initiative…

Read More

UCAS Teacher Training bulletin

February 25, 2021 |
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Updates to scheme letters Further to our update last month, we can confirm all UCAS Teacher Training correspondence are now sent electronically. The final letters we moved online this month are: AP40 – sent to applicants where we identify they’ve been placed across two application schemes. GT9 – sent to applicants after they have replied…

Read More

NCCE: Advance your subject knowledge this spring

February 23, 2021 |
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The National Centre for Computing Education are offering four weeks of curated courses this spring to help teachers from all subject backgrounds to grow their computer science knowledge. With two tracks to follow for new and advanced learners, you can choose how and when you want to learn, selecting from online courses you can take…

Read More

Join the free STEM Community

February 23, 2021 |
Posted in

The STEM Community is a vibrant, safe, professional space for members to share knowledge, ideas, opinions and receive support. If you are, or know of someone, training to be a primary and secondary STEM teacher or technician, this is a free platform for you to build a supportive network, receive problem solving solutions and to…

Read More

UCAS: Teacher Training bulletin – 27 January

February 22, 2021 |
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Updates to scheme letters Next month we’ll be transitioning the last of our scheme letters to email, meaning all UCAS Teacher Training correspondents will then be sent electronically. The letters we’re updating are: AP40 – sent to applicants where we identify they’ve been placed dually across two application schemes. GT9 – sent to applicants after…

Read More