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East Belfast MLA Chris Lyttle has congratulated Employers for Childcare on launch of new approved home childcare service.

Ofsted today announces the results of its consultation on changes to the way it inspects schools, further education and skills, and initial teacher education

The UK’s two biggest teaching unions, the NUT and the NASUWT, have today launched an historic joint agreement committing the unions to work together to protect teachers and defend education


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Delivering his first major speech since becoming Chief Inspector, Sir Michael Wilshaw HMCI today launched detailed proposals for changes to Ofsted inspection


Following a meeting of a senior committee of the NUT Executive, the Union has agreed to call for further urgent discussions with Government on the future of teachers' pensions


Ofsted National Director, Sue Gregory, has responded to news reports alleging that some schools are attempting to manipulate Ofsted inspections


From next year, prospective head teachers will be able to take a new enhanced qualification to prepare them for the rigours of the job


Commenting on the Chancellor's Autumn Statement, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers union, said


"The Teachers' Pension Scheme will remain one of the best available and is fair to taxpayers and teachers. The current offer means teachers will continue to receive a pension that is better than anything offered to most private sector staff"- says Schools Minister,Nick Gibb, in response to the NASUWT ballot held earlier today


Today, members of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, have voted decisively for industrial action to protect educational standards.The overwhelming vote for industrial action is the first national ballot by the Union for over a decade


Head teachers have voted to take part in the 30 November strike over pensions.It will be the first strike in the 114-year history of the National Association of Head Teachers


The Institute for Learning (IfL) has expressed concerns about proposed teacher training reforms and the implications of HE and FE funding changes for initial teacher training (ITT)


Thousands of teachers, lecturers and support staff visited Parliament today (Wednesday, 26 October) to lobby their MPs about pension cuts in the education sector


Children’s Minister Sarah Teather will tomorrow announce that the Government will trial free parenting classes in three areas of the country, aiming to reach over 50,000 parents


The Department for Education is to give the independent exams watchdog Ofqual new powers to fine exam boards which make mistakes in papers


The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), has confirmed the dates of its ballot on strike action over proposed pension cuts


The Department for Education has today launched a consultation on proposed changes to the contribution rate for employees in the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (July 28th)


This autumn, Ofsted will trial some unannounced monitoring visits of satisfactory schools where behaviour is a weakness (July 14th)


All teachers will be expected to meet new standards of competence and conduct from September 2012, following an independent review of the skills that teachers should possess. They are a key part of the Government’s ambition to ensure the status and quality of the teaching profession continues to rise (July 14th)


UNISON, the UK’s largest union, today reacted angrily to Michael Gove’s crude attempts to bully local authorities and head teachers into pressurising school support staff into covering for striking teachers (June 24th)


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