On each episode, host Jenni Murray invites those that have swapped the office for the classroom to discuss their motivations and experiences, and tackles some of the big topics in education with an expert panel.Follow our podcast on Spotify
Now Teach finds and supports career changers in teaching. Now Teachers bring a range of backgrounds and quality experience to the education system. What they share is a passion to do something new, which is challenging and makes a difference to young people. Now Teachers want to give something back to their communities.
The way we live now wasn’t designed for a 100-year life span. But that’s set to become the norm for children born today, and the well-established pathway of education-work-retirement is starting to crumble.
We all know the key ingredients to a long and healthy life: good genes, good luck, healthy food, regular exercise. And according to many studies, a sense of purpose should be high up that list too. But over a 100-year life span, how do we make sure our sense of purpose doesn’t run out?
From the way we teach to what we teach — and from the sex ed syllabus to free schools and academies — education has changed dramatically in recent decades. Across the country, there’s been an education revolution underway, and being a teacher now is more exciting than ever before.