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Variety Children's Charity Partners with I.D.E.A. on New Pre-school App

Variety, the children’s charity, a global non-profit advocating for kids, has partnered with I.D.E.A. on a new app for preschool children to highlight the needs of the…

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Grow your own potatoes has a new home

The Grow Your Own Potatoes project has a new home with Potato House Ltd website…

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Nine ways to help your overwhelmed teen prepare for exams 

Leading online tutoring platform, MyTutor, reveals the best tips to support your child's study habits and wellbeing during the upcoming exam season 

For the UK's cohort…

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NBA basketball launches free educational resources for secondary schools

The National Basketball Association (NBA) has announced the launch of “NBA in the Classroom,” an NBA-themed educational programme that provides free, downloadable teaching…

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Government regulator to investigate ESS moving schools on to three-year contracts

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is investigating whether education software company ESS is abusing a dominant position to push schools into accepting a new three-…

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Children's author Sarah Morrell announces free end of Primary event

A children's author is hosting a free online event for up to 100 primary schools to celebrate their next adventure to secondary school.

West Yorkshire author Sarah…

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Only half of UK parents read with their child every day, according to recent data

A new report for Nick Jr. by the National Literacy Trust shows that fewer parents engaged in home learning activities during lockdown compared with pre-pandemic levels.

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A quarter of British 6–11-year-olds have chosen their tech devices over spending time with friends in person 

A quarter (25%) of British 'Generation Alpha', children born after 2010, would rather spend time on their iPad, tablet, smart speaker or other devices than socialise with their…

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Future-proofing learning environments with next-gen networking

School-wide connectivity and networks that are scalable and secure has never been more important in education. Networks must support hybrid learning, immersive digital experiences and emerging EdTech – all whilst making the management of IT simpler…

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Why use outdoor furniture made from recycled plastic?

The key reasons why plastic waste is so bad for wildlife and the environment are also some of the key reasons why recycled plastic is increasingly becoming the manufacturing material of choice for so many organisations who need to provide outdoor…

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Win Brightsparks4kids Renewable Energy Kit right here

Design, build and understand your own renewable energy circuits! The Brightsparks4kids Renewable Energy Kit REK01 contains 7 essential component modules and Electricity Hand crank. Easily create simple or more complex circuits with the supplied…

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Medpac celebrates ten years of supplying emergency medicine bags

Medpac are practical bags specifically designed for carrying and storing prescription and emergency medicine in school, complete with photo identification. They are ideal for asthma inhalers, Epipens, epilepsy and diabetic medication and more.…

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