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.
Over 78 per cent of parents believe the cost of sending children to a state school is increasing, new research shows.
Ofsted has launched a consultation seeking views on proposals aimed at bringing greater clarity to the short inspection process.
Over 100 schools from 18 London boroughs will be marking World Car Free Day today, 22 September, by encouraging parents and carers to substitute their car journeys to school with walking or cycling.
The amount of pupils taking GCSE arts subjects has declined to the lowest level in a decade, The Telegraph has reported.
The education secretary Kirsty Williams has launched The Welsh headquarters of organisations that promote Spanish and German.
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