Teachers’ Wellbeing Statistics – The Tip of the Iceberg | 3D Eye

In this week’s Guardian there’s a damning article on the wellbeing of teachers in England. It reported that there were 3,750 cases of long-term sickness absence caused by stress last year, and that one in 83 teachers spent more than … Continue reading →

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Teachers’ Wellbeing Statistics – The Tip of the Iceberg | 3D Eye

In this week’s Guardian there’s a damning article on the wellbeing of teachers in England. It reported that there were 3,750 cases of long-term sickness absence caused by stress last year, and that one in 83 teachers spent more than a month off work in 2016/2017. http://ift.tt/2AOnNJE These figures are from a survey carried out … Continue reading Teachers’ Wellbeing Statistics – The Tip of the Iceberg

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A National Education Service | 3D Eye

Education took centre stage at the Labour Party Conference with not only a strong speech from Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner but also significant comments relating to PSHE education from the Deputy Leader, Tom Watson – as well as Jeremy Corbyn’s reiteration of the pledge for a National Education Service in his speech. In her … Continue reading A National Education Service

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Radio 4 Today, Intuition and Solving the World’s Problems. | 3D Eye

From time to time the Today programme on Radio 4 broadcasts an item that actually sheds light on an interesting and/or important topic, in which the two speakers who are brought on to debate the topic find they agree with one another. Today was such a day. 08.55 Last week Richard Dawkins argued on Today … Continue reading Radio 4 Today, Intuition and Solving the World’s Problems.

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