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Jigsaw24 helps school deliver remote learning with iPad

Apple Authorised Education Specialist Jigsaw24 has helped a top preparatory day school in Greater Manchester deploy iPad on a 1:1 basis – just in time for the devices to be…

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Help to those having difficulties with mental health

As the effects of Covid-19 and school closures continue to ripple through our communities, schools are working tirelessly to support their children. From the practical help of…

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Prizes up for grabs as BCIA launches school competition

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has launched a brand new summer school competition that encourages young people to get their thinking caps on and devise an…

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Leading activists still don't trust their government to address racial discrimination

New research from One Young World’s global network of the young leaders highlights how far we still are from achieving racial justice – with 74 per cent of its Peace…

How schools can access support

How schools can access support

The Government has announced a range of measures so teachers and pupils can access support during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. 

Since the start of the pandemic…

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A quarter of UK parents want to homeschool after the pandemic - here’s how to do it full-time

When Covid-19 closed schools in the UK, millions of parents were suddenly faced with the unfamiliar world of having to homeschool. 

While the new routine has certainly…

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Scribblerzone celebrates National Writing Day with the launch on a children's writing competition

We know that research shows that children who love writing write 7 times above their expected levels at school.* We also know that children love writing competitions as can be…

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Schools pulling teacher training placements for 2020-21, according to NASBTT survey

A “worryingly high” number of schools say they pulling teacher training placements in the next academic year, according to the findings of a survey by the National Association…

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Strengthening emotional connections

The last 9 months whilst locked in together, or now as you try to regain some new normality will definitely have taken many of you to levels of emotional exhaustion and compassionate fatigue. Even though we might be slowly moving towards a new sense…

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How MEL Science kits have transformed experiments

MEL Science kits are making a name for themselves as one of the most innovative resources for science teachers out there at the moment – particularly in KS2 and KS3. QA Education editor Victoria Galligan spoke to Edd Stockwell, Head Of Partnerships…

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Cypher Learning tailors learning to each student – wherever they are

NEO, a product of Cypher Learning, is a platform that offers a solution for teachers who want to create content, assess learning and process results in one place. Used by schools and universities across the world, NEO offers flexibility and…

A new initiative to support mental wellbeing

A new initiative to support mental wellbeing of children in schools

Funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by the National Lottery Community Fund has helped AT The Bus to launch AT The Bus in a BOX, a new mobile service which will enable us to offer a flexible school-based programme of art…

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