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
Government follows up phonics success with new multiplication tables trial. A select number of schools across the country will start trialling the multiplication tables check from next month, the Schools Standards Minister Nick Gibb has announced today (Wednesday 14 February).
Primary pupils will be offered careers advice and be encouraged to run their own mini-businesses as part of a £6 million plan to transform education across the city. The ideas are linked to Stoke-on-Trent’s status as an ‘opportunity area’, which
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.
This week the Chartered College of Teaching has launched its founding group of Chartered College networks. This network programme will help the Chartered College to build up the professional knowledge base of teaching and provide centres to bring together members
Keele University is working to establish a ‘research school’ in Stoke-on-Trent, which aims to pilot innovative ideas for improving young people's learning and achievements. The research school, which is set to receive £200,000 over the next three years from the
Eleven schools to support social mobility ‘coldspots’ – including in Bradford, Blackpool and Norwich - have won funding to boost the quality of teaching in their region through better use of research. The new Research Schools – part-funded through the
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
A primary school’s campaign to identify the recipe for a ‘marvellous teacher’ and attract more people into teaching will be launched on 7th July. To encourage more people to get into teaching at primary schools, children at Seabridge
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
The Keele and North Staffordshire Primary SCITT , working in partnership with Keele University and the Cambridge Primary Review Trust are delighted to offer Head-teacher and senior colleagues and a chance to discuss evidence-informed thinking in relation to primary
Keele is delighted to be taking a lead among universities in pioneering new approaches to initial teacher training. Keele University has underlined its commitment to the region’s schools by joining forces with two exceptional schools to launch an exciting new