In 2019, Ofsted asked teachers to take part in a research study exploring the challenges of the profession. The results showed that 61 per cent of senior leaders felt that teachers are undervalued and that the profession was held in low esteem. Continue reading Are Teachers Undervalued in The Media?
GL Assessment’s survey of more than 800 school staff, found that “marking and data collation continues to be a major source of concern and stress for teachers in England”. Bearing that in mind, Beyond shares our workload reduction toolkit for teachers! Continue reading Workload Reduction Toolkit: 5 Ways to Reduce Marking Workload For Teachers
Amid the hustle and bustle of teacher life it’s rare we get the chance to appreciate the teacher skills list we’ve been able to develop. It’s no secret that young people can be pretty unappreciative so as teachers, we need to give ourselves a pat on the back from time to time. Continue reading Teacher Skills List: 5 Amazing Skills All Teachers Have
Teaching is a profession that has so many misconceptions. A lot of people who conveniently aren’t teachers believe the career is stress free and easy peasy. But those of us who are living the teaching life everyday know that’s a complete lie. There’s no way we could cope on our own that’s exactly why we need our fellow teacher friends. Continue reading Teacher Friends: Why Fellow Teachers Are Best Friends
In her innovative book The Next Millionaire Next Door, Dr. Sarah Stanley Fallaw found that teachers were amongst the everyday working people who were most likely to become millionaires. How is it possible that the arguably most underpaid and overworked professionals have the most potential to gain financial freedom? Let’s lift the lid on millionaire teachers… Continue reading Millionaire Teachers: Those Who’ve Made it Following their Passion
Beyond explores the recent Shadow Secretary criticism of the “woefully low reach” of the catch-up tuition scheme in post-covid education. Continue reading Covid Catch-up Tuition Failing “Woefully” says Shadow Secretary
We teachers spend a lot of time moaning at our pupils for doing these things but can we admit we can be just as bad! Teachers and pupils are way more similar than we’d like to admit. Here are some examples of the teacher-student relationship and ways we are exactly like our pupils… Continue reading Student-Teacher Relationship: 7 Ways Teachers Are Exactly Like Their Pupils
Have you ever sat in a meeting, completely disengaged, fake smiling and periodically nodding while questioning your life choices? Yeah, me too. Department, year team, pastoral, SLT – do the meetings never end? Here are three meeting guidelines to live by! Continue reading Meeting Guidelines: Could This Meeting Have Been An Email?
Gavin Williamson told NASUWT that the government needs “to go further, faster” to improve the professional training offered to teachers to “ensure every teacher benefits”. Teachers are leaving in record numbers but who is to blame? Continue reading Gavin Williamson says “far too many” teachers leaving the profession
Teachers have self-control that surpasses all other professionals. No one does censorship quite like us. Bearing this in mind, Beyond explores what teachers really think but can’t say out loud… Continue reading What Teachers Really Think: 5 Things Teachers Think But Can’t Say Out Loud