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Speedy 100 laser cutter from Trotec

Raspberry Pi purchase a Speedy 100 laser cutter from Trotec

Raspberry Pi has pushed the boundaries to bring a Speedy laser cutter from Trotec to their makerspaces. 

 

Who is Raspberry Pi?

Digital making and…

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Free Period Products For All Schools and Colleges

Free period products are to be made available to all schools and colleges in England from next week, as the Department for Education launches its fully funded scheme.

STEM competition focuses on climate change

STEM event set to launch competition to stop plastic pollution

The British International Education Association (BIEA) is proud to host its second annual international Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) conference on 15…

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Revealed: Education sector among best industries for hiring in 2020 

If you’re looking to expand your team this year, then you are in luck! The latest report from CV-Library, the UK’s…

Sex and relationships education in schools

Sex and relationships education stalling in schools

Sex and relationships education will soon become a legal requirement in every child’s education. With only nine months to go before this process starts*, a survey of young…

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Recruitment for education roles slows down in the run up to the general election

As the UK gears up for its fourth general election since 2010, increased economic uncertainty has led to a significant drop in job advertisements across the education industry…

New school building for High Tunstall College of Science - head Mark and pupils outside the school

The head who lobbied for £18.4m to build a new school

When the roof collapsed just days after a condition survey carried out by the Department for Education concluded the building was in A1 condition, High Tunstall College of…

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Plastic Pioneers drive climate change campaign in schools

Thousands of primary and secondary school pupils have joined a major new campaign to drastically cut the consumption of single-use plastic in UK schools in a bid to help stop…

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Student from Tudor Court taking the Primary Mathematics Challenge


About the Primary Mathematics Challenge


The Primary Mathematics Challenge is a fun and exciting mathematical Challenge aimed at pupils in years 5 and 6 England and Wales, P6 and P7 in Scotland, and Years 6 and 7 in Northern Ireland. The PMC is open to schools and home-schooled pupils only…

Children playing at Clear Sky Children's Charity

Clear Sky Children's Charity

Clear Sky provides therapeutic services to children who have experienced trauma through the provision of Play and Creative Arts services. Our highly qualified team work with schools, parents and other professionals to provide support around the…

Head teacher - Lara Péchard - speaks to us about managing mental health in schools and why supervision has to be on our radar

Why supervision has to be on our radar

Managing mental health in school – why supervision has to be on our radar By Lara Péchard, Headteacher at St Margaret’s School in Herts www.stmargaretsbushey.co.uk Over the last decade, pastoral work in schools has changed significantly and…

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DFRobot to showcase its IoT-enabled ‘Smart Garden’ at Bett 2020

DFRobot, a world-leading STEM education solution provider is boosting engagement with STEM with the help of their micro:bit-designed ‘smart garden’ at Bett 2020. Embracing the power and versatility of micro:bit throughout its range of STEM…

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