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Edtech provider CoSector partners with Janison

CoSector – University of London, the provider of choice for products and services that enhance and enrich digital learning, has announced a partnership with Janison, a provider of learning and…

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How specialist STEM provision gives students a real advantage in education and beyond

There is a worldwide drive on STEM education because 75% of the fastest growing occupations require that particular skill set.

One of the most effective ways to ensure students can develop…

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Eagala model: An innovative approach to promoting wellbeing in children

Equine Assisted Growth & Learning Association (Eagala) is the global standard in the facilitation of equine assisted psychotherapy and learning. Not to be confused with therapeutic…

A Stonehenge School student using the Boxlight Mimio technology

State-of-the-art learning environment with Boxlight Mimio technology

Stonehenge School has integrated the Boxlight Mimio award-winning classroom technology across its new campus in Amesbury, Wiltshire to enhance students’ learning experience and future-proof its…

Pupils and teachers at St Clement Danes School with Chris Bertish and their giant Eco-Turtle blimp celebrating recycling week

Guinness World Record holder visits St Clement Dane School in preparation for Recycling week

Pupils and teachers at St Clement Danes School had a special guest visitor to their assembly on Monday (23.09.2019) to launch the start of recycling week.

Chris Bertish, a Guinness World…

Celebrating the launch of Teachright: Jack Parkinson, seated, with, from left, Roddy Barrow, Luke Patsalou, Paul Cater, Sarah Mitchell (Teachright Directors), and John Parkinson

New Education Agency Kicks Off A Fresh Approach To Recruitment

Education recruitment specialists have set up a new supply agency, Teachright, to offer schools “something different,” including football coaching.

Teachright, a joint venture with HR GO…

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Academies – still a controversial issue 20 years on

After almost 20 years since their introduction, we take a look at how academies have changed the landscape of UK education. Brian Crosby, CEO of an academy chain in York, outlines the…

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Warmer and quieter educational offices for the Master and Staff

74 Trumpington Street, including the new educational offices of the Master (Chris Smith, Baron Smith of Finsbury) of Pembroke College, has been upgraded with curved on plan and standard secondary…

Young boy reading the Hal books

Hal and the End Street and Hal and the Parties are children’s books with a difference

Co-written by children’s author Jude Lennon and 18-year-old Will Hawkes and illustrated by Will, they include an autistic main character, Hal. 

Hal’s Books are different too as they are…

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Those that can - Did Teach 

Are former teachers an untapped source of talent for business? Are they undervalued by traditional recruiters? Should we not have a responsibility to give people of such integrity a…

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Experience of working with children? You could be a foster carer.

Children come into care every day of the week. Often they have had a difficult time. 

Their parents might be ill or have a drug or alcohol problem. The family might be  going through a…

Spellzone at Casterton College

Spellzone unlocks the mystery of English spelling

Spellzone unlocks the mystery of English spelling. Adapting to all abilities, it enables students, including those with dyslexia, to study independently on any platform at school, home or on the …

Universities 'could save £2.2bn on energy bills by 2035' - Birmingham Uni

Universities 'could save £2.2bn on energy bills by 2035'

UK universities could reduce energy bills by £146m a year if they upgrade outdated energy systems, according to new research released by Centrica Business Solutions.

The saving, which…

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School fire extinguishers – your FAQs answered

You probably walk past the fire extinguishers in your school every day without a thought. But those little devices are primed and ready for action when needed.  But are you?  Do you know how to…

Reducing the cost of fire safety provision in education

Reducing the cost of fire safety provision in education

Every year, around 700 school fires occur in the UK. This figure only takes into account school fires that were attended by the fire brigade; in reality, this figure is probably much higher.…

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Are you getting the best value from your residential visits?

The majority of primary schools in England only having one residential trip, usually for year 6 students post SATs, meaning most schools see none of the long term benefits of a brilliant…

How to achieve more in your EYFS or primary classroom...

How to achieve more in your EYFS or primary classroom...

What if there was a way to make the EYFS and primary school observations and assessment process simpler? What if there was a way reduce the manual burden on teachers, but at the same time, allow…

Children's book - author Ian Macdonald

Children’s Author: Ian MacDonald

Making a difference for boys’ reading and writing in school!

Ian MacDonald is a children’s author with a specialism in getting boys ‘on board’ with reading and writing.  He is a…

Statutory Relationships Education – we’ve got your primary school covered

Statutory Relationships Education – we’ve got your primary school covered

From September 2020, all primary schools in England must teach relationships education.