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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…

Greg smith on homeschool after the pandemic

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…

National Writing Day

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…

pulling teacher training

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…

New visusafe stencil kit

New visusafe stencil kit has the markings of an effective aid for schools in COVID-19 fight

Improved management of social distancing in schools during the COVID-19 pandemic is provided by a new floor stencil kit from visual communication solutions specialist…

teaching toolkit to support children

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…

bereavement training with schools - boy looking out of window

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…


Bradford primary children

Headteacher’s pride as Bradford primary children embrace changes driven by Covid-19 crisis

The executive headteacher of two Bradford primary schools has praised the resilience of her children throughout the Covid-19 crisis for the way that they have embraced the changes brought about by the pandemic - including socially distancing,…

child going back to school

Back to school (and nursery) from August 12

Following the announcement by Depute First Minister John Swinney on Tuesday 23 June, Aberdeenshire Council is now hoping to welcome all children and young people across the local area back to school from August 12.  Laurence Findlay, Director of…

children using digital education platforms

Top tips: how to make the most of digital education platforms

Both G Suite for Education and Office 365 Education are intuitive to use and already successfully used daily by thousands of schools of all sizes across England with pupils from 4 – 18 years old. Evidence shows digital education platforms can make a…

Robert coe on Teacher feedback

Teacher feedback crucial to better student performance, reveals new Cambridge International research

Teacher feedback is crutial on their work and are not receiving enough, which is having a knock-on effect on student performance, according to new research sponsored by Cambridge International.   The Great Teaching Toolkit: Evidence Review, authored…

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