school competition

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…

racial discrimination

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…

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…


Foodsight, tech solutions for caterers

Top of the class – allmanhall launch tech solutions for caterers to start the new school year!

This September sees food procurement experts allmanhall launch a face-lift of their food procurement portal, The Pass. This is an online resource hub and a means for caterers to raise requests for new products or ask questions about deliveries. The…


Millennial parents are the most likely to consider homeschooling in the future

Nearly two in five young parents say they might continue homeschooling  43% of parents enjoyed teaching their children during lockdown London parents enjoyed homeschooling the most Young parents are the most likely to continue homeschooling…

Eleanor Bradley

Eleanor Bradley, MD Registry and Public Benefit at Nominet says:

“Covid-19 has undoubtedly shone a light on the importance of digital skills, with the pandemic catalysing a digital transformation in the world of work. This is evident in the many organisations embracing technological innovations in order to…

Teachers to Get 3.1% Pay Rise

Teachers to Get 3.1% Pay Rise – But They Could Earn More with Energy Cuts

Educational bodies and services across the UK recently welcomed news that public sector workers – teachers amongst them – would benefit from a wage increase across the year 2020 – 2021.    Teachers, specifically, will receive a 3.1% wage increase…

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