According to a survey by the National Union of Teachers, just over half of teachers aged under 35 plan on staying in the profession for more than five years.
More than 3,000 teachers aged 35 and below responded to the union’s survey and of those who considered leaving, 47.5 per cent blamed poor management and 52.4 per cent cited unreasonable demands.
In addition to this, 84.7 per cent said there reasons for planning to leave were down to the amount of work and 64.5 per cent said it was down to constant change because of government initiatives.
Just over 45 per cent also raised concerns about mental health.
The survey raises questions about the amount of work teachers are expected to complete with almost three quarters (23.6 per cent) claiming they work more than 60 hours a week.
Around 13 per cent of children in the UK could have undiagnosed eye conditions - like short-sightedness, or astigmatism - that hold back the development of their literacy skills, a report says
Organisations can apply for a share of £150,000 fund to demonstrate how virtual and augmented reality that could improve outcomes for young people in Northern Ireland.
Children aged 4 to 10 years are consuming on average 13 cubes a day, when the maximum should be the equivalent of five to six cubes.
The Environment Agency hosted an event for school pupils and local residents to see the flood defences put in place in Teesside.
Only two per cent of children and young people in the UK have the critical literacy skills they need to tell if a news story is real or fake, according to a new report
Caldicot School in Monmouthshire, Wales, aims to enrich the experiences of pupils through a dynamic education based on traditional values, coupled with innovative learning.
Nomow are the UK’s longest established manufacturer and installer of Artificial Grass and safety surfaces.
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