Tag: Covid

Trainee teachers have really gone above and beyond this year

In its latest Teaching blog the DfE says: Despite the disruption caused by the pandemic, this year’s trainee teachers have developed an impressive skillset. From supporting the teaching of classes or bubbles to delivering remote education – they’ve shown creativity, versatility and resilience. Trainees from Teach North talk about their experiences of blended learning, the […]

A vision for recovery – Sir Kevan Collins, Education Recovery Commissioner

Hear Sir Kevan Collins’ (Education Recovery Commissioner) vision for the decade ahead as we begin to reconnect and rebuild following the pandemic. The Chartered College of Teaching is hosting a free webinar on Thursday 22nd April, 4:00 pm Sir Kevan Collins has been appointed as the government’s Education Recovery Commissioner, to oversee a comprehensive programme of recovery. […]

Suffolk News praises Linton Heights’ Covid Measures

Reporter, Steve Barton writes that Linton Heights Junior School, one of CTSN SCITT’s partnership schools, exemplifies how much effort has gone into the post-lockdown return to the classroom The headteacher at Linton Heights Junior School, has explained the measures it, like all other schools, had to put in place to enable pupils to return to […]

Shielding guidance is being paused for clinically extremely vulnerable people

The government has announced announced that shielding guidance is being paused. From Thursday 1 April, clinically extremely vulnerable (CEV) people are no longer advised to shield. CEV people must continue to follow the national restriction that are in place for everyone. From Thursday 1 April, all CEV children should attend early years provision, school, college, wraparound childcare […]