TEACHERS could be keen to accept voluntary severance to get out from under the ‘stresses and strains’ of the profession, a union official has said.
STATES negotiating is again under the spotlight after it was revealed that teachers and the Policy Council are still at odds over last September’s pay – a year after talks began.
DOZENS of supply teachers have been thrust into financial hardship following problems with a new computer payment system, it has been claimed.
EDUCATION will take no further action against a Les Beaucamps High teacher after it was claimed that she struck a pupil.
NEARLY half a million pounds was spent last year recruiting and relocating teachers and lecturers, the Education Department has revealed.
EDUCATION spends about £50,000 on each teacher who relocates to the island, a former college teacher has claimed.
PUPILS have been abusing teachers over the internet.
GUERNSEY’S Education minister has voiced fears that a proposed employment permit system could hamper the department’s efforts to retain teachers within the island.
GUERNSEY teachers showed their support for their Jersey counterparts at a march in St Helier on Saturday to protest against a public sector pay freeze.
TEACHERS in Guernsey face less external pressure than those in the UK.