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Britain’s most famous maths whizz and committed educationalist, Carol Vorderman, has praised children across England
Young Giggleswick School guitarist George Collins has won and is now through to the final of a prestigious regional music competition.
Pupils are putting the ‘giggle’ into Giggleswick School to celebrate International Happiness Day on March 20.
I now know why Kings Monkton School put the exclamation mark in the Oliver! title. An exclamation mark is used to indicate an ‘intensity of emotion’ and Oliver! the musical certainly packs some punch.
Entrepreneur and Dragon’s Den star Peter Jones CBE is today inviting schools to host the country’s first school-based Peter Jones Enterprise Academies – as a new poll reveals almost three quarters of people (71%) believe schools and colleges should embed enterprise education as a key part of every young person’s education.
Dolphin Alarms are preparing to launch a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise production funding to bring their advanced Dolphin Aquasonic swimming pool alarm to market.
Rotherham-based educational service provider, Education Squared, which specialises in harnessing the performing arts to help students engage with material in a non-traditional way, has been founded since receiving £500 from the UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE) Kickstart Fund.
Education Squared offers an alternative to traditional educational methods whereby students learn about difficult issues such as bullying, race and sexuality through the performing arts.
National education charity Future First's writing competition prize was awarded by author Raffaella Barker, who said the winner's idea was "smart, inventive and funny"
An "Underground Lost Life Explorer" was the winning entry in the writing competition, which asked youngsters to dream up ingenious jobs of the future imagining how the world of work has changed in 2039.
Alfie Clay, a student at City of Norwich School, was one of 250 Year 7 students in Norwich who entered the competition organised by Future First and judged by Norfolk author Raffaella Barker.
With 3D printing making a splash in industry, schools are beginning to invest in the technology to help prepare students for future careers. But with the cost relatively high and the technology still emerging, is it worth handing over much-needed funding? Here, we review the Dremel DigiLab 3D45 model to explore whether 3D printing is a realistic avenue for schools to explore.
Stephen Hawking has died at the age of 76, leaving a legacy of scientific discoveries and groundbreaking theories, as well as providing inspiration for science students, teachers and people with disabilities.
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