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About the teaching blog

This blog is a resource for teachers, by teachers. Through it, we share stories from schools across England.

The aim is to offer you a view of what other schools are doing to respond to common challenges and opportunities and spark ideas for your own schools, as well as a platform for celebrating successes big and small.

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Want to share your stories on the DfE teacher blog?

We’re always on the lookout for new contributions and blog ideas from teachers, governors and school leaders. If you have a story to share with the teaching community or want to see a blog on a particular area, please get in touch: blog.bulletin@education.gov.uk

Moderation and comments

We moderate all comments before approving them. You can find out more in our comments and moderation policy.

About the Department for Education

The Department for Education is responsible for children’s services and education, including early years, schools, higher and further education policy, apprenticeships and wider skills in England.

You can find out more about the steps we’re taking to support teachers in our recently published Recruitment and Retention Strategy.

DfE is a ministerial department, supported by 19 agencies and public bodies. Find out more about what we do.