Almost a quarter of teachers now work part-time as education sector embraces flexible hours

Daily Mail is reporting that nearly one teacher in four now works part-time as schools embrace flexible hours – and even job-sharing heads.

The Government’s teaching vacancies service said more than one job in ten that it advertises is now a flexible role.

The trend has been welcomed as a way to help schools retain top teaching talent and attract career-changers.

One striking example is provided by Alison Fitch and Rebecca Stacey who job-share the headteacher role at Boxgrove Primary School in Guildford, Surrey.

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