• Graeme McCutcheon discusses the hidden danger of poor indoor air quality and how to protect children from exposure to pollutants by improving school building design

  • How can multi-academy trusts build positive relationships with their schools, and maintain that positivity during times of change? Leora Cruddas suggests four key steps

  • With dwindling community outdoor play provision, investment in school playgrounds is a key component in the fight against childhood obesity and poor mental health, writes API's Mark Hardy

  • Recruiting for mainstream teachers is a challenge, but what about for SEND roles? Matt Taylor discusses some of the issues facing schools recruiting in this area

  • BAFE Fire Safety Register explains the importance of competence when it comes to meeting your fire safety obligations – both in terms of your ‘responsible person’ and the suppliers you use

 Latest News

£5 million Youth Performance Partnership programme announced

BRIT School, BBC North and Lowry Trust to partner with schools across the country

New report shows huge majority support Healthy Schools Rating Scheme

School Food Matters surveyed 1000 parents, governors and teachers to find out what they thought of the proposed Healthy Schools Rating Scheme (HSRS) and how it should be implemented

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced funding of £31.6 million to train more Educational Psychologists.

Five London primaries to take part in groundbreaking air quality project

The scheme will involve 250 pupils wearing specially adapted backpacks to and from school for a week

Simon Peyton Jones appointed chair of NCCE

Peyton Jones to lead the work of the National Centre for Computing Education as it attempts to improve the teaching of computing and drive up participation in computer science.

Survey reveals the pressure of Primary SATs

A new poll by YouGov has revealed that headteachers’ and primary school leaders’ are frustrated with the government’s assessment regime.

Teaching of deaf children 'heading for crisis' warns Association

National Deaf Children’s Society says the number of specialist teachers has fallen by 15% in the last seven years

ASCL report warns about of the negative aspects of GCSE system

Geoff Barton “Why do we insist in rubbing their noses in disappointment?”

 Features

Graeme McCutcheon discusses the hidden danger of poor indoor air quality and how to protect children from exposure to pollutants by improving school building design

How can multi-academy trusts build positive relationships with their schools, and maintain that positivity during times of change? Leora Cruddas suggests four key steps

With dwindling community outdoor play provision, investment in school playgrounds is a key component in the fight against childhood obesity and poor mental health, writes API's Mark Hardy

Recruiting for mainstream teachers is a challenge, but what about for SEND roles? Matt Taylor discusses some of the issues facing schools recruiting in this area

BAFE Fire Safety Register explains the importance of competence when it comes to meeting your fire safety obligations – both in terms of your ‘responsible person’ and the suppliers you use

With cyber attacks an increasing worry for schools, John Jackson, CEO at London Grid for Learning, discusses what senior leaders can do to ensure they stay cyber safe now and in the future

 Education Events

03/04/2019 to 04/04/2019

The School and Academies London is the UK's leading 2-day education policy and best practice event for schools, local authorities and the wider public sector.