NASUWT comments on the announcement that the Investing in the Teaching Workforce scheme is to be relaunched and piloted in Northern Ireland from September
More than one in ten newly qualified teachers say they only intend to stay in teaching for 12 months, a conference organised by the NASUWT has heard. Nearly one in three newly qualified teachers overall say they will leave the teaching profession within five years.
New teachers are feeling demoralised and stressed due to the lack of support during their induction year, a Conference organised by the NASUWT has heard
Too many newly qualified teachers are being denied their statutory rights and entitlements during their induction year, a conference organised by the NASUWT has heard.
85% of new teachers who attended an NASUWT seminar today in Birmingham said that they feel that the Government rarely or never respects them.
NASUWT comments on the General Teaching Council for Scotland survey of newly qualified teacher employment
Report highlights need for greater investment in schools and for teacher professionalism to be recognised.
"There is much more to promoting good behaviour in schools than issuing a list of what many would regard as patronising truisms about behaviour management which appear to place the entire responsibility for managing pupil behaviour on the individual trainee teacher."