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    • Jack’s Law: what does it mean for teachers?

      The government has announced that parents who suffer the devastating loss of a child will be entitled to 2 weeks’ statutory leave. The Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay Regulations, which will be known as Jack’s Law in memory of Jack Herd whose mother Lucy campaigned tirelessly on the issue,

    • Supply teaching: what do I need to know?

      You might be thinking about taking on supply teaching to reduce your workload or as a temporary solution when searching for a new career. Many teachers enjoy the flexibility and reduced hours of supply teaching. However, supply teachers can often receive reduced pay, are unable to access the Teachers’ Pension Scheme and do not receive the same benefits such as sick pay or maternity pay as teachers employed directly by schools.

    • Teaching in Wales: An Overview

      You might be interested to find out the main differences in the education system between Wales and England. Did you know there are no academy schools in Wales?