Tag: education

Gavin Williamson announces GCSEs and A-Levels will be decided by teachers – what does this mean for students?

EDUCATION Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced that this year’s GCSE and A-Level results will be decided by teachers. The decision comes after last year saw GCSE and A-Level students receiving results based on a controversial algorithm system after exams were unable to take place due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Freya […]

New degree supports demand for Special Educational Needs and Disability teachers

RECRUITMENT is now underway for an innovative new course at The University of Sunderland. THE programme will allow trainee teachers to specialise in supporting pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) in both mainstream and specialist schools. Primary Education with SEND route into QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) starts this September […]

Children missing out on key cognitive skills

KEY physiological researchers have stated children need school to develop cognitive skills, have consistent mental health, produce communication skills, and show continuous growth within their physical health. So how many of these key areas are children missing out on during online teaching?  THE stigma for young teens in school has […]