• Teachers concerned about classroom temperatures

    Teachers concerned about classroom temperatures0

    Teachers have alerted their union NASUWT to concerns regarding high temperatures and a lack of ventilation in classrooms According to NASUWT these concerns are coming from various schools. “Some of the classrooms have reached temperatures as high as 32˚C with teachers and pupils having to go out for a drink and getting some fresh air,

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  • Teachers seek consultation on key stage alignment

    Teachers seek consultation on key stage alignment0

    More than half the teachers who took part in a Gibraltar NASUWT survey said they agree with the Gibraltar Government’s plan to align key stages by September 2019, but most urged consultation on the move. Of those who responded, 92% said they had not been approached for their professional opinions and 86% said the Government

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  • Four-day course puts young people’s mental health at the forefront

    Four-day course puts young people’s mental health at the forefront0

    Dr Pooky Knightsmith, a UK-based child and adolescent mental health specialist and author, has completed a four day training programme delivered to professionals who work with young people on the Rock. The bespoke training was based on the results of phase 1 of a study conducted in Gibraltar schools. Over 260 delegates attended the course

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