Measures announced to ensure talented trainees get into teaching
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Changes to professional skills tests will make sure the best and brightest can pursue a career in teaching. Aspiring teachers across the country are set to benefit from a number of changes designed to allow them to begin training, and

Could desk cycles help pupils to learn in lessons?
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The project is one of many being explored by teachers involved in Stoke-on-Trent's new research school   Teachers could soon be joining national trials to explore the best ways to help children learn after Stoke-on-Trent launched its own research school.

Keele Graduation Summer 2017 — Day Two – Keele University
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Our 2016-17 cohort attended their graduation Ceremony at Keele University on the 12th July where an enjoyable time was had by all.     Victoria Webb, 22, Stoke-On-Trent, PGCE. “My time at Keele has been lovely, I knew the PGCE

Teacher training base gets top marks from inspectors
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  Read our article in The Sentinel following the release of our Ofsted Report.

Primary School Children Call For More ‘Marvellous’ Teachers
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Primary school’s campaign to identify the recipe for a ‘marvellous teacher’ and attract more people into teaching was launched on 7th July. To encourage more people to get into teaching at primary schools, children at Seabridge Primary School, undertook a project
Making Marvellous Teachers
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                      Many researchers now recognise that the quality of a school’s teachers is the biggest factor in determining the success of their pupils. Seabridge Primary School pupils were thrilled to

Pupils launch 'marvellous' campaign to train more teachers
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    Read our recent article in The Sentinel about the launch of our marvellous teachers campaign.    

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