Tag Archives: Teachers

A nation in desperate need of change


This morning there are reports from various sources of how many vacancies or impending vacancies exist in the NHS and our state run educational service. The high levels of vacancies for Nurses estimated at some 40,000 or 11% of the … Continue reading

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Could do much better


According to a disturbing report from Parliaments Public Accounts Committee, the Government does not have a plan to ensure that our Schools have enough teachers or the right types of specialists needed to teach our children. The challenge of matching the … Continue reading

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A real page turner?


Nicholas William Peter Clegg had an excellent education, studying at Caldicott School and Westminster School followed by Cambridge University and numerous other educational institutions. He now works in a position where he is surrounded by a phalanx of advisers and has access … Continue reading

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Meet the Commissioner


The pitfalls of open access TV filming is that confidential matters aside, the viewer sees the blemishes as well as the strengths of the subject. Last nights CH4 Meet the Commissioner certainly revealed the blemishes of Ann Barnes and her approach … Continue reading

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