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Voice: the union for education professionals– which represents education support staff, including TAs, teachers and other education and early years professionals – has welcomed the announcement by the Department for Education (DfE) of a review of professional standards for teaching assistants.
“We are concerned about issues of inconsistency and unreliability affecting Ofsted.
BHA welcomes DfE taking action on longstanding concerns about Durham and Grindon Hall free schools as they are placed in special measures
Two Christian free schools have been found by Ofsted to require special measures, with one being ordered to shut down.
The NASUWT has marked 100 days to the General Election with the distribution of materials aimed at teachers, parents and the public emphasising the entitlements that our public education service should deliver for all children and young people.