Segregating boys and girls at a co-ed school is direct discrimination

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe much publicised finding of the Court of Appeal that the practice of segregating boys and girls at a co-educational school is sex discrimination is unwelcome news for many schools. The Court decided that the segregation meant that girls and boys could not socialise with each other and even though both genders suffered this detriment there […]

TeacherHQ Guest Blogger

New TeacherHQ Guest Blogger: Liz Timmins of Doyle Clayton Solicitors

Reading Time: 2 minutesWe are delighted to announce Liz as a TeacherHQ Guest Blogger. Liz brings a huge amount of legal expertise in the education sector and will be providing us with up-to-date commentary on issues that both schools and teachers are facing. Below is a quick brief on Liz:   – What is your background and career […]

Giving Back Control

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.