The current rise in popularity of robotics, coding and programming in STEAM activities is a sign of the times. Technology is moving fast and in the digital age we live in, the coding, robotics and indeed AI industries are becoming hugely important future employers for the students of today.
Domestic Abuse – a topic to avoid or embrace? By Lisa Charlotte Davis
Founder of arts education company Changing Relations C.I.C.
An award-winning graduate has been inspired to pursue a career teaching science after unearthing her passion for outdoor learning during a work placement with a leading UK educational charity.
Katherine Webb recently graduated from the University of Bath with a first-class honours degree in biology and has been awarded a top university prize for demonstrating ‘excellence’ during a year-long work placement with outdoor eduction charity the Field Studies Council.
Hazelbury Bryan Primary School in Dorset, are the winners of this year’s Wilkinson Sword and Town & Country Gardening for Schools Campaign. The competition invited schools from across the nation to design a fruit and vegetable garden for a prize of £150 to spend on Wilkinson Sword tools and £150 on Town & Country gloves. More than 50 garden designs were entered from all around the country.
Richard Cutmore, Director of TFH Gazebos gives his best advice to promote your school at a fair.
Here at QA Education we are also hosting a comptition to win a tablecloth to promote your school, find out more below.
Once again, teacher workload is in the news. The issue has been at crisis point for some time, and its impact on retaining members of the profession is profound.
A recent development in job-seeking technology has revolutionised candidate attraction across all industries, but it is schools who stand to gain the most.
Every week, nearly 3,000 educators join eteach.com to find their next role in the school sector. The site’s advanced algorithms match them to specific job roles and even more advanced A.I. tailors their experience even further based on their behaviours, to ensure they are served exactly relevant vacancies.
There are lots of misconceptions around foster care and what it takes to become that special person in a youngster's life.
Giving a young person a home where they can live, learn and grow can be a life-changing experience, but many people don't know where to start.
People think there are all sorts of reasons why they can't become a foster carer, but most of these are myths.
What matters isn't your age, whether you own a home, your sexuality or relationship status, but whether you can give a child a safe and happy home.
RHS School Gardeners of the Year 2019 - winners announced
City schools have swept the board in this year’s Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) School Gardeners of the Year competition, winning all three categories - Young School Gardener, School Gardening Team and School Gardening Champion of the Year – and hammering home the many benefits of gardening, particularly food growing, in urban areas.
Classrooms are a place where imagination and education flourish. But, with so much going on, sometimes your organisation systems can get neglected. Gary Lyons, Managing Director of Plastic Box Shop, shares his ideas for maximising the efficiency of your classroom through inventive storage solutions. Sharing the organisation tips proven to help in a classroom.