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Free teaching toolkit to support children’s health and wellbeing for reopening schools

The charity Coram Life Education has launched a free online teaching toolkit for primary school teachers, supporting pupils’ mental health as they adjust to a new school…

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Free bereavement training and new bereavement policy for schools

As some schools reopened on 1st June following weeks of coronavirus closures, it is highly likely that many teachers and pupils will be returning having experienced a…

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Wellbeing amongst teaching staff drops since lockdown in new survey

  • 60% of teaching professionals rated their wellbeing positive before lockdown restrictions, dropping to 32% since lockdown has been in place
  • More than four…

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Staff retention during a pandemic: what the UK education sector needs to know

Although some announcements have been made in regards to when children might return to classroom learning, most year groups in schools, as well as colleges and universities…

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Re-opening schools and colleges - employers questions answered

The government has asked schools and FE colleges to start to re-open from 1 June for some students has caused a large amount of controversy. Many schools and colleges have…

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Supply Teacher Furlough Pay – making it fair

This week has seen the debate around furlough eligibility for supply teachers and agency staff reach fever pitch. For many school leaders, agency staff aren’t just the saviours…

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EduCare Make Courses Free in Response to School Closures

As COVID-19 continues to have a far-reaching socio-economic impact on the UK, it can be difficult to navigate and adjust to the big changes to our routines and environments.…

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Schools and colleges urged to continue providing free period products to students

Schools and colleges are being encouraged to keep providing free period products to students to help tackle period inequality.

From January, a new portal was launched…

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Social distancing technology introduced to protect children on the school run

School transport specialist Kura has updated its award-winning vehicle tracking and safeguarding technology, creating a tailored solution to help schoolchildren maintain safe social distancing while using school bus services.   Kura’s smart…

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One third of the population affected by schools shutdown

Over 21 million people — 11 million parents and 10 million children, or a third of the population — are being affected by schools shutdown across the UK, according to a new analysis of official government data. Up to two thirds of parents have…

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Government urged to support outdoor learning

A coalition of non-for-profit school residential and educational providers has written to the government urging it to extend the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and bring forward funding intended to support outdoor learning as outlined through the…

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Remote learning ‘Zooms’ to success

As the lockdown continues, education providers are adapting their teaching styles to ensure the continuity of learning. Keele and North Staffordshire Teacher Education (KNSTE) are utilising video remote learning to enable lessons to continue and…

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