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Road safety highlighted by primary children's march

Schoolchildren took to the streets today in a national day of action to raise awareness of road safety, as horrifying statistics surrounding traffic deaths and injuries were…

Ofsted Deputy Director for Schools, Matthew Purves

What to expect in an inspection, from an Ofsted leader

An interview with Ofsted’s Deputy Director for Schools, Matthew Purves, has revealed that school leaders and teachers believe Ofsted has the right focus for the new Education…

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Teacher resilience: workload and management support

Research shows workplace conditions play greater role than personal characteristics

Workload and management support are more strongly associated with teachers’ ability…

Netsupport school launches google classroom

NetSupport School launches Google Classroom integration at ISTE 2019

NetSupport is delighted to announce the launch of Google Classroom integration in its award-winning classroom management solution, NetSupport School, at ISTE 2019!

As…

Features

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Can apprenticeships close the UK's STEM skills gap?

A lack of workers with the correct STEM skills is reportedly costing the UK economy around £1.5 billion per annum. But could improving and developing STEM apprenticeships be the solution? Apprenticeships are becoming more popular than ever before,…

GAG pooling - Mat Smith on improving school finance

School finance – has your MAT considered GAG pooling?

Mat Smith, chartered certified accountant and solutions architect at PS Financials, part of the IRIS Software Group, puts a spotlight on improving school finance through General Annual Grant (GAG) pooling. Lord Agnew, the under-secretary of state…

edtech - the Siemens biology app in use with pupils

Changing attitudes to edtech 

Siemens UK Schools and Education Manager, Brenda Yearsley, on changing attitudes to edtech through providing meaningful e-learning tools…  Many parents, teachers and carers are worried that smartphone and tablet use is blocking their children's…

George Heriot pupils with mental health advocate Fergus Crawley

George Heriot’s pupils talk mental health

Mental health advocate, Fergus Crawley, visited George Heriot’s School as part of the school’s initiative to encourage its young people to be open about mental health and speaking out. During his visit to the Edinburgh school, where he addressed…

Competitions

The classroom books from Featherstone

WIN five classroom books worth over £65

Thanks to publishers Featherstone, Bloomsbury and Button Books, we have five brand new classroom books to give away which will make a great addition to any primary school.

The classroom books cover everything from PSHCE to gardening and…

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The Artie 3000 Drawing robot from Learning resources

CLOSED: Win a set of Gadgets, for your classroom, worth up to £180!

Learning Resources is the number one manufacturer of educational toys in the UK toy market.

Founded in 1994, Learning Resources UK provide high-quality educational toys and games to schools and homes.

The range supports both…

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The-Personalised-day-at-the-zoo from In The Book

CLOSED - WIN a personalised book from In The Book!

Here at In The Book, we like to consider ourselves book specialists. To encourage little ones to become keen readers, we are giving three lucky kids to the chance of having their own personalised book! We believe that one story is enough to…

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100 ideas books from Bloomsbury books

CLOSED - Win a collection of 100 ideas books from Bloomsbury books worth £53

Bloomsbury Books is a leading independent publishing house established in 1986. It has companies in London, New York, Sydney, and New Delhi. Its four divisions include Bloomsbury Academic and Professional, Bloomsbury Content Services,…

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