The Supply Register
The Supply Register

The Supply Register partnership with NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union

The Supply Register, and The NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union have announced a new partnership in a memorandum of understanding to promote an ethical alternative for the employment of supply teachers. Supply teachers play a vital role in ensuring the highest standards of education for all children and young people. However, the way in which

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The London Economic
The Supply Register

The education sector is being hit heavily by slow growth in real-term pay

The education sector is being hit heavily by slow growth in real-term pay, according to online supply teacher portal The Supply Register. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) this week reported that teachers’ salaries in England were worth 12 per cent less in 2015 than in 2005. The study, published on Tuesday, comes as pressure grows

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NASUWT
The Supply Register

School subject squeeze

New research from teaching unions, the ATL and NUT, has found that schools are not only cutting hours of teaching for core subjects, but also stripping entire subjects from the curriculum. A survey of 1,200 union members found that almost three quarters (71%) of the secondary staff said there had been cuts to teaching posts

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SEN Magazine
The Supply Register

Think strategically!

The education sector can learn a lot from business about staffing its schools. Recent news that the number of graduates training to be teachers has fallen for the fourth year running, with a 2,000 shortfall in the number of people starting initial teacher training courses in 2016, is the latest in a long line of

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Recruitment International
The Supply Register

Party pledges on education

The Labour party has pledged to invest more than £20bn in schools in England by 2022 by increasing corporation tax to 26%. The party has said it is committed to protecting core schools budgets through a £4.8bn annual real-terms funding increase. Meanwhile, the Lib Dems have said they will spend £7bn over the same period

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People Management
The Supply Register

Can the public sector survive a 1% pay rise?

HR professionals are concerned about their ability to recruit and motivate staff – yet engagement levels have hit new highs In many ways, the extension of the 1 per cent pay cap for public sector employees for another year has been the least surprising news of a tumultuous start to 2017. But it might turn

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Recruitment International
The Supply Register

Teacher recruitment crisis reaching ‘critical level’

The latest figures from the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), show that acceptances to teacher training courses for this year have dropped by 7%. Only 26,000 individuals were accepted on to teacher training courses for 2016-2017, meaning that government targets for teacher recruitment in England have now been missed for five consecutive years. Commenting

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Teachers Under Pressure: Responsibility increases for teaching staff

A survey conducted by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) has found up to 78 per cent of school staff said that they’re having to stand in for qualified teachers – on top of covering their existing demands – due to budget cuts. This represents a 14 per cent increase year-on-year. The survey, which

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Working with a Managed Service Provider such as The Supply Register

So, a School, Academy or Trust you have been servicing has decided to deploy a Managed Service Provider (MSP) and you have been invited to talk to us. Having been on the receiving end of this type of invitation in the past we can often become very concerned and anxious about our relationship and ongoing

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