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GitHub's Developer Pack for future software developers

Shaping the next generation of software developers

There are over 300,000 software developers working in the UK alone, and according to The US Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that software developer jobs will increase by 30 percent between…

virtual learning environment

How a virtual learning environment can transform higher education

Greg Crichton, Head of Information Services at Oxford Brookes University, discusses the university’s IT strategy, and how its agile virtual learning…

The Unravel team sat around table with cake

Unravel - A holistic psychology service which supports pupils, school and families

Andrea Chatten is the Managing Director & Lead Children's Emotional & Behavioural Psychologist at Unravel. She is also the author of The…

David Mason of Viscount Classical Organs with students - Investing in our future musicians

Investing in our future musicians

Through sponsorship and involvement in forward thinking programmes for young organists, we help to provide access to music and musical development to schools and ecclesiastic communities.

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Don't let these 3 common school HR issues cause a problem

Whilst every school is different in their characteristics there are some common school HR issues they face. Here Natalie Spink, Employment Solicitor for Education Services for …

digital skills – a teacher using a tablet in class with children

Teachers need to be taught digital skills to make the most of classroom technology

Ash Merchant, Education Director at Fujitsu UK and Ireland, discusses how the digital skills gap among teachers is costing the UK economy…

The UK is facing a growing…

Servo Socks in action with robots

How to motor on with your computing curriculum

QA Education editor Victoria Galligan asked Servo Socks creator Dan Kitchen about his clever little cases for motors which promise to put paid to cries of “I can’t fix this to anything!” in…

Maths-Whizz projects on computer

Accelerate your pupils maths ability with Maths-Whizz

Looking for a way to raise student attainment in maths and ease teacher workload at the same time? Have you considered Maths-Whizz, the multi-award-winning online tutor from…

Advert in newspaper looking to recruit teacher during Brexit

How will Brexit impact the recruitment of teachers

For the past 20 years membership of the EU has been at the forefront of the political debate, whether it be parliamentary sovereignty, open borders or bendy bananas. However, one side of this…

Pupil using Tassomai app

How Tassomai revision tool can help boost pupils science results

Tassomai is a GCSE learning and revision program which helps close the attainment gap and levels the playing field for all students. It can be used by all pupils – including those with…

Growing your ICT provision effectively - a boy on laptop

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…

Teenager with horse at Eagala

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…

Brian Crosby is pro- school academies

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…

74 Trumpington Street educational offices

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…