Today’s Topic :- Awareness + Teacher + Parents + Covid-19 + Derby + UK
| Article By Amit Kumar [ mydatawords.com ] | updating on June 08, 2020 |
According to the report teacher asked education professionals if corona virus crisis made them more or less likely to leave with 23 percent. As around one in ten teachers are also thinking about leaving the profession and one in four head teachers are considering quitting because of the stressful crisis because of getting children back safely as demands.
The most committed and the ones most likely to say they feel they will stay in the profession long term as a teacher reports headteachers are often more likely to have paid off their mortgages and less likely to have children at home meaning they are financially more able to leave the job.
Headteachers and teachers are considering leaving the profession after crisis
Near about 23 percent of heads and 10 percent of teachers are now more likely to quit in coming year
5,00,000 primary pupils are back 1.5 million remain at home until September.
In Derby will now undergo a deep clean before allowing pupils and staff to return because of seven members of staff tested positive for corona virus and a derby city council said seven members of the Derby Academy trust. Arboretum primary school staff have tested positive for corona virus. In Derby out of a local population of 2,57,310 and 615 + confirmed cases. If possible the school will reopen on June 8 / 9 but inline with government guidelines.
But as teacher unions said as government advice on social distancing means thousands of pupils may only return part time in September. At King’s college school in Wimbledon South West London said that I would love to believe that the corona virus will soon pact in suitcase and fly but this seems improbable.
And in secondary school pupils might not fully return to class until January next year because of problems of maintaining social distancing in the School and next year’s A level and GCSE’s could be postponed. *As of report exam regulator plans to push back 2021 exam from May to as late as July. So, as a report Secondary schools may not fully open until January.
So, I am sure that Derby headteachers and academy agree that if schools are not safe they will not open and not applying schools rules at this crisis [ waiting for Government guidelines ]….
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