Professor Barnaby Lenon shares his thoughts on becoming a teacher.
The chance for schools in this funding crippled profession to offer 20 places for training must have seemed like a dream. We ask a few of the successful candidates to reflect on what they gained from the experience and how it impacted on their teaching lives. So what has happened to our cohort? What has... Continue Reading →
Sam Draper talks to School of Education tutors to find out if they are seeing new trends in the schools they visit. Education has long been a female dominated profession, but suffered from the classical gender pay-gap and glass ceiling to leadership. In the current climate, with the DfE and Ofsted showing awareness of well-being,... Continue Reading →
Chris Parsons, Deputy Head (Academic) at Norwich Lower School and a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Buckingham School of Education, ponders the question of what makes a good headteacher. What makes a Head a good one? Is it primarily what they are, or what they do…? This is not a new question in the... Continue Reading →