Minister for State Schools, Nick Gibb - trying to demonstrate that he knows loads about evidence based educational research - patronisingly explained that teaching children small bits of information over a period of time was better than trying to teach everything at once.
Minister for State Schools, Nick Gibb – trying to demonstrate that he knows loads about evidence based educational research – patronisingly explained that teaching children small bits of information over a period of time was better than trying to teach everything at once.
Teachers yesterday begged Sir Michael Wilshaw, the Chief Inspector for Schools, to please stop talking as he is just making things worse.
The plea came as Sir Michael went on national television and told the public that teachers can expect to earn up to £55K after they have been teaching for just 4 years. It’s all Bollocks “What is he on?” Asked teacher Mark Cliffby ” I have been a teacher for 18, years and I am head […]
The Chief Inspector for schools, Sir Michael Wilshaw, today reacted with bewilderment as to why so many teachers were leaving British Schools, to work in better paid jobs in elite establishments abroad.
The man, who once famously said – “If anyone says to you that ‘staff morale [in schools] is at an all-time low’ you know you are doing something right.” – Can not understand why so many teachers keep leaving the profession. Brain Drain This ‘Brain Drain” as he calls it has seen many teachers leave for […]
The search for the new chief inspector for schools hit a brick wall yesterday when it was discovered that there is not a big enough bastard to do the job in the UK. Government officials have widened their search to cover the entire globe.
The UK government has decided that the OFSTED chief inspector needs to be a bastard at an international level. Lunatic Department of Education spokesperson, Janice Blithering told The Druid’s Loom,”Current chief bastard, Sir Michael Wilshaw has done a great job in demoralising the teaching profession, driving good teachers away from the classroom and creating a […]