Natasha Devon, Nick Gibb's grammar fail and class sizes over pay rises; it's the TES podcast

Richard Vaughan

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Join the TES team as they discuss the week’s biggest education news and views, including Natasha Devon’s “dumping” by the Department for Education as its mental health tsar. We talk about school minister Nick Gibb’s clanger on the radio when he got a grammar question wrong live on air. We hear how teachers would rather small class sizes to pay rises. And we talk porky-pies and the minefield that is the employer’s reference. Tune in and enjoy.

 

 

 

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Richard Vaughan

Richard has been writing about politics, policy and technology in education for nearly five years after joining TES in 2008. He joined TES from the building press having been a reporter and then later news editor at the Architects’ Journal. Before then he studied at Cardiff University’s school of journalism. Richard can be found tweeting at @richardvaughan1

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