Reading Time: 3 minutesAs the demand for teachers continues to increase and less people want to join the profession, it is clear that there are serious problems which need to be addressed. With a 7% decline in teacher training course applications and a predicted £3bn funding shortfall in 2019, schools need to look closely at their recruitment processes […]
Reading Time: 2 minutesIt may seem to the outside eye that all teachers are looking for is better pay, but actually this is far from the truth. Teachers are in the profession for a reason and it certainly isn’t for the pay packet! Most teachers are in the profession because they want to be there – they want […]
Reading Time: 1 minuteIn the first “In the Staffroom” podcast, we sit down with Charlie Kennard who is Principal of East London Arts & Music, a Free School that was recently awarded Outstanding by Ofsted and is a 16-19 Academy focused on delivering industry-standard offerings in Music and Digital Media. Charlie tells us some of the issues that […]
Reading Time: 2 minutesStudies have shown that there is a serious problem with the retention of teachers and it is clear that this issue needs to be addressed. Such a high turnover of teachers is causing a huge burden on finances as schools are spending extra time recruiting new staff and using extra resources to do it. Government […]
Reading Time: 2 minutesEarlier this month, TeacherHQ launched a new platform, and we are extremely excited about it. Increasing recruitment costs, unpalatable agency behaviour, countless industry inefficiencies, and unprecedented public sector funding cuts, have culminated in the need for education recruitment to really change, both in nature and provision.