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Half of UK parents uncomfortable with children returning to school after COVID-19 lockdown

Half of UK parents do not feel comfortable about their children returning to school following lockdown, according to early results from a new study asking parents and carers about their children’s…

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Employer confidence slowly picks up in education industry, as jobs and applications rise

The latest job market data from CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job board, reveals that employer confidence started to pick back up in the…

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Forum issues new safety guide for apprentices preparing to return to college

As Scotland’s colleges and training centres discuss reopening, the Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) Forum has helped develop a new set of…

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BCMG awarded grant from Paul Hamlyn Foundation

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group has been awarded a significant grant to lead a ground-breaking project that supports and develops composing in primary schools.
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Lockdown learning: New data reveals online learning trends for UK students

New data from online learning platform, Firefly, reveals learning trends in the UK with parents eight times more engaged with their children’s studies than they were prior to COVID-19.  

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Social distancing technology introduced to protect children on the school run

School transport specialist Kura has updated its award-winning vehicle tracking and safeguarding technology, creating a tailored solution to help…

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One third of the population affected by schools shutdown

Over 21 million people — 11 million parents and 10 million children, or a third of the population — are being affected by schools shutdown across the UK, according to a new analysis of official…

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Government urged to support outdoor learning

A coalition of non-for-profit school residential and educational providers has written to the government urging it to extend the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and bring forward funding intended…

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Remote learning ‘Zooms’ to success

As the lockdown continues, education providers are adapting their teaching styles to ensure the continuity of learning.

Keele and North Staffordshire Teacher Education (KNSTE) are…

Mike Glanville article on safeguarding

Safeguarding across a multi-academy trust

The scale of managing safeguarding across a multi-academy trust can come with particular challenges, including a lack of continuity between systems, patchy communication between and within…

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Wellbeing focus for Cheshire primary schools

With children and parents approaching their ninth week of school closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, three Cheshire primary schools are supporting pupils and parents with wellbeing resources…

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The UK has paved the way to a 21st century education for all

Coronavirus has a lot to answer for, much heartache and tragic loss but one rather more positive effect has been the emergence of a truly active and enjoyable life online for many of us. Education…

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Daro delivers long lasting hand washing skills

Since the onset of the Coronavirus, Suffolk-based manufacturer Daro UV Systems (part of the Daro Group), has seen a sharp increase in demand for its hand inspection cabinet.

In the wake of…

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School safety: Put parents at ease with coronavirus control measures in canteens

Schools will have a phased re-opening following the coronavirus shutdown, and with the government suggesting this will begin on June 1st, a food safety consultancy has suggested school restaurants…

Education turns to AI company

Education sector turns to AI company to defend millions of students' data and research

Darktrace, the world’s leading cyber AI company, has announced that more education institutions around the world are using Darktrace’s cyber AI technology to safeguard systems, student data and…

Gary Dewhurst with investment to help teacher shortage

£100,000 investment allows North East company to deliver app to tackle nationwide teacher shortage

Angel investor Gary Dewhurst has injected £100,000 into a North East company to fund the development of an innovative mobile app that is set to transform the teacher recruitment process.

Appreciating and learning blog by Elaine Jackson

Appreciating and learning using our outlook, not just our Outlook.

Education experts at the University of Chester are encouraging us to use the view from our windows as a way of appreciating and learning more about the world.

Elaine Jackson, Visiting…

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Major stressors for parents during COVID-19 revealed in new report

  • Work cited as the most frequent source of stress for parents, followed by their children's wellbeing 
  • 80% of families previously receiving support from services say it’s been…
Mental health during COVID-19

What helps or harms adolescents’ mental health during COVID-19 crisis

A new research survey from experts at the University of Oxford along with collaborators from the Universities of Cambridge, Glasgow, and New South Wales. It will track adolescents’ mental health…

Students making PPE for frontline workers

Staff and students have been producing PPE for NHS frontline workers

Tutors and students at The Manchester College and higher education provider UCEN Manchester, both part of LTE Group, have been helping in the fight against coronavirus by producing Personal…