Recruitment & Workforce Zone

The Recruitment & Workforce Zone is dedicated to tackling the biggest challenges faced by schools.  

Last year, the number of teachers who left the profession equalled to those who joined. It is therefore vital that school leaders assess solutions on how they can further adapt their approaches against the growing recruitment and retention epidemic, in order to continuously attract, recruit and retain talented teachers to their institution.

At the Schools & Academies Show, our dedicated zone for Recruitment & Workforce is perfectly tailored to provide visitors with inspirational talks, proven best practice, and a leading platform to source the UK’s finest suppliers who can provide you with effective solutions to the growing challenges in recruitment & workforce.

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Recruitment & Workforce Speakers

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Recruitment & Workforce Sessions

Day 1 - July 1, 2020

  • MAIN STAGE

    • 3:20 pm
      The Retention Crisis – What is the Role of Mental Health & Wellbeing?
  • MAT SUMMIT

    • 12:30 pm
      A More Effective Workforce: Moving Away from Performance Related Pay
  • BUSINESS & FINANCE THEATRE

Day 2 - July 2, 2020

  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT SUMMIT

    • 1:10 pm
      Improving the Schools Workforce through Teacher Apprenticeships
  • MAT SUMMIT

    • 11:10 am
      Maximising Workforce Potential in multi-school organisations
  • TECH THEATRE

    • 10:50 am
      How Can AI Empower Leaders and Teachers to Be More Effective?
    • 12:30 pm
      The National Centre for Computing Education – What Does a Good Computing Education Look Like?
  • LEADERS' TOWN HALL

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Recruitment & Workforce News

What is regulated activity in schools?

What is regulated activity in schools?

“How do I know what type of DBS checks are required?” is a common question that we get asked by schools. DBS checks underpin robust Safeguarding within a school and, essentially, the level of checks employees (or prospective employees) require depends on the nature of work they will be carrying out and, more specifically, whether […]

Gender Pay Gap

Gender Pay Gap reporting in schools – three common mistakes to avoid

As you will be aware, it is a legal requirement for employers with 250 or more employees to publish statutory calculations every year demonstrating how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees. Even if you have less than 250 employees, it is advised that you should give serious consideration to the […]

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