In a review of the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) James Dornan, a member of Scottish Parliament (MSP), found ‘the evidence our committee received was nothing less than eye-opening’ when he was informed of the issues teachers faced due to issues caused by the SQA.
By involving parents in the running of their nursery, Grasshoppers nursery in Hackney have created a strong community between staff and parents and saved some money in the process.
A common practice within the classroom has been banned by a school in Nottinghamshire. Children are no longer allowed to raise their hands to answer a question, in a move which Jane Crich, National Teachers Union (NUT) spokesperson said ‘shows a lack of respect to the teachers at the school.’
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