• Denise Ewbank from the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) considers how schools can be innovative in the use of their outdoor space to enable children to learn and grow

  • Ali Oliver, CEO of the Youth Sport Trust discusses the need for physical education to adapt in today’s school environment and provides insight into Play Unified

  • A number of reports have indicated that schools can cut down on their energy use and save money by changing what catering equipment they use and how they use them

  • More than 1.3 million Britons are now on a gluten‑free diet, yet parents continue to report problems with getting trusted gluten-free food for their children when at school

  • According to BESA research, only 44 per cent of primary schools say they are well-resourced when it comes to broadband.

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The number of pupils who have been refused assessments to determine if they need extra support to meet special educational needs has increased by 35 per cent.

The three-day course is aimed at primary school teachers with a responsibility for computing in school.

Government figures have found that the rate of secondary teachers leaving the profession has risen from 6.6 per cent in 2011 to 8.7 per cent in 2015.

Pupils who lack verbal skills, but have high spatial ability perform less well in GCSEs, research shows.

The PSHE Association has released guidance on how to help pupils who might want to discuss the events of the Manchester bombing.

The Conservative party’s free breakfast promise budget will leave just under 7p per meal to cover costs, manifesto calculations show.

MSPs have labelled provision of Personal and Social Education (PSE) in Scotland as “inconsistent and inadequate”.

Boots Soltan Sun Ready learning programme is back for its second year, which supports primary school teachers in delivering sun safety education.

Exams regulator Ofqual has put out a statement offering advice to schools and students following last night’s Manchester incident.

Hack plans must be developed by schools after the NHS’s computer system fell victim to a cyber attack, Schools Week has reported.

 Features

Denise Ewbank from the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) considers how schools can be innovative in the use of their outdoor space to enable children to learn and grow

Ali Oliver, CEO of the Youth Sport Trust discusses the need for physical education to adapt in today’s school environment and provides insight into Play Unified

A number of reports have indicated that schools can cut down on their energy use and save money by changing what catering equipment they use and how they use them

More than 1.3 million Britons are now on a gluten‑free diet, yet parents continue to report problems with getting trusted gluten-free food for their children when at school

The Education Show took place from 16-18 March at the NEC Birmingham and enabled everyone involved in education to come together and share ideas and innovative practices

According to BESA research, only 44 per cent of primary schools say they are well-resourced when it comes to broadband.

Design and technology is the study of how to think, develop and make a better world, and should be valued and nurtured in a post-Brexit UK

Fiona Riley, chair of the Institution of Occupational Safety examines the controls that can be put in place

How do we keep up the momentum of healthy school food? Linda Cregan, chief executive of the Children’s Food Trust, investigates

With the snap general election approaching fast, political parties are putting forward their pledges in a bid to gain as many votes as possible.