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Nanogirl’s Lab – a fun-filled science experiment every weekday

Join Nanogirl™ as she gains STEM superpowers - including creating COVID-19 fighting super-soap

  • A new science adventure every weekday for just 50p per day.
  • Children join …
keep children safe when schools are closed

We must take action to keep children safe when schools are closed.

National Children’s Bureau statement on coronavirus response

NCB supports the momentous decision to keep schools and childcare settings running only for vulnerable…

legionella control in education

AquaCare – the specialists in legionella control for the education sector

AquaCare are the specialists in legionella control for the education sector. We have a large portfolio of Academies, Independent Schools…

Janet from Hackney Fostering

This is fostering

Over 100 children and young people come into care, everyday, in the UK. When these children and young people are unable to stay with their birth families, foster carers are there, ready to provide…

Group of school students on their way to Action To Prevent Suicide

Action To Prevent Suicide

"Action To Prevent Suicide CIC Believes that Good Mental Health and Suicide Prevention can be supported by all"


Suicide Kills over 800,000 people every year it is…

Tregoyd Mountain Ranch

Activity week at Tregoyd Mountain Riders

Provide your pupils with the opportunity to learn new skills including; 

  • learning to ride, 
  • caring for a pony, 
  • becoming more self-reliant and 
  • more…
Happy at work teacher in classroom

Are you happy at work? Could your employer do more?

Three-quarters of education professionals say being happy at work is most important, but majority think their employer could do more 
 
How supportive are you of your employees’…

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Resource bank showcases careers in the creative sector

For students who wish to pursue a career in the creative industries, it can be difficult to see the relevance of studying subjects such as maths, English and science. So Leeds City Region…

VE Day 75 assembly resource

Get free VE Day 75 resources for your assembly!

The Royal British Legion assembly plans will help schools across the UK commemorate the 75th Anniversary of VE Day.

As the nation comes together to honour the Second…

Children at forest school training in the north west

Bringing outdoor learning and forest school training to the north west

More children in the north west are experiencing the benefits of the outdoors with new forest school and outdoor learning training for practitioners in the area. Branching Out Training, based at…

Young girl covering her mouth and nose from deadly school run risks

Parents uninformed of deadly school run risks, according to new research

Parents across the country are worryingly unaware of how the school run can threaten their children’s safety, according to the latest research from leading home-to-school travel provider Kura.…

Young girl reading Animal Farm book

Animal Farm named nation’s favourite school book

George Orwell’s Animal Farm has been voted the nation’s favourite ever school book in new research from Oxford Home Schooling.…

Mike Glanville tells us about his top tips for keeping children safe online

Top tips for keeping children safe online

By Mike Glanville, Director of Safeguarding Services at MyConcern.

As a former police officer with more than 35 years of high-…

Activity at Gateway Adventure

Gateway Adventure school & team building

Gateway Adventure was created in 2007 and we will be shortly celebrating our 13th anniversary. We are passionate about the great outdoors and enthusiastically strive to convey this ethos to our…

Students from Shibden Head Primary Academy reading books on World Book Day

Bradford school revamps reading areas in time for World Book Day

Shibden Head Primary Academy has overhauled its pupils reading areas ahead of World Book Day which is set to take place on…

Teacher comforting and safeguarding young, upset boy

Safeguarding absent children means giving them more ‘ways out’

By Lara Péchard, Head at St Margaret’s School in Hertfordshire 

The importance of registration and attendance some say, has…

British Science Week - a child with balloon does experiment

Get free science resources for British Science Week!

British Science Week takes place from 6-15 March 2020 and a well-known parenting blogger is launching a digital campaign to provide parents and teachers with free learning resources – raising…

Sharon Davies, CEO of Young Enterprise, on closing the disadvantage gap

How can we effectively close the disadvantage gap?

Sharon Davies is the CEO of Young Enterprise and a highly experienced youth worker. Having left home at 16, Sharon was working in a Kwik Save at 19 when she was spotted by a youth worker who…

School Planner - boy writing by hand

Why writing by hand is still important

In a digital predominated world, it is no surprise that the art of writing with a pen has become so forgotten. With the ease of using typing and a range of devices, technology has replaced writing…

Jacqueline Daniell on Teaching Online: Catering for children in a modern era

Teaching Online: Catering for children in a modern era

The internet has unravelled a whole host of opportunities for a wide range of sectors, enabling them to expand their offerings and take services to the next level. While the same can be said for…