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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.

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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…

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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…

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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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More applications to education roles, as job opportunities improve 

Are you looking to ramp up your hiring efforts as Brexit pressure eases? Well, according to the latest job market report from…

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School Exclusions Have Negative Impact On Students

School Exclusions Have Negative Impact On Students Article by Barrie Laslett All across the country young people are being excluded from mainstream schools and consigned to the scrap heap of education in Pupil Referral Units (PRU’s) When a child…

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Wellbeing and the benefits of SCITT buy-in

 Wellbeing and the benefits of SCITT buy-in from current and prospective partnership schools   The latest Teacher Wellbeing Index, launched by Education Support in November, suggests that teachers are suffering from more severe psychological…

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BenQ helps school integrate 44 interactive flat panels

Over 40 Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) displays from global electronics manufacturer BenQ have been integrated into Woodmansterne School in London, as part of a large-scale transformative expansion and dedication to providing exceptional educational…

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How Digital music project is boosting young communities

Craig Berens, COO at YMCA Newark and Sherwood, explains how the organisation's Digital music project is helping to develop creative skills among young people.  In 2008, 83.3% of young people aged 11-15 participated in arts and crafts activities.…

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