• The shortlist has now been revealed for the 2018 Education Business Awards, which will return to London on 5 July to recognise excellence in education across 22 different categories

  • A whole-school approach to healthy eating means improving healthy choices across all aspects of school life, such as breakfast clubs, tuck shops and lunchtime, writes the BNF's Alex White

  • Victoria Cetinkaya, a senior policy officer from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), answers some key questions on how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affects schools

  • The government’s Healthy Pupil Capital Fund includes money for school playgrounds, as it is recognised that active play can help tackle obesity and inactivity in children and young people

  • All School Travel Forum members are now required to be ABTA-assured, giving further peace‑of‑mind to teachers that they are booking their trip with a reputable travel company

 Latest News

BCS report reveals low uptake of Computer Science at GCSE and A Level

The Roehampton Annual Computing Education report finds evidence of a growing digital divide

nasen and SeeAbility launch SEN eyecare guide

Research conducted by SeeAbility shows that 47.5% of pupils in special schools had a problem with their vision, but 43.7% had no history of eyecare at all

A letter signed by 39 local authorities and education unions calls says more than 2,000 children with complex needs have “no education provision at all” due to inadequate funding.

Around 13 per cent of children in the UK could have undiagnosed eye conditions - like short-sightedness, or astigmatism - that hold back the development of their literacy skills, a report says

Organisations can apply for a share of £150,000 fund to demonstrate how virtual and augmented reality that could improve outcomes for young people in Northern Ireland.

Children aged 4 to 10 years are consuming on average 13 cubes a day, when the maximum should be the equivalent of five to six cubes.

The Environment Agency hosted an event for school pupils and local residents to see the flood defences put in place in Teesside.

Only two per cent of children and young people in the UK have the critical literacy skills they need to tell if a news story is real or fake, according to a new report

 Features

The shortlist has now been revealed for the 2018 Education Business Awards, which will return to London on 5 July to recognise excellence in education across 22 different categories

A whole-school approach to healthy eating means improving healthy choices across all aspects of school life, such as breakfast clubs, tuck shops and lunchtime, writes the BNF's Alex White

Victoria Cetinkaya, a senior policy officer from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), answers some key questions on how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affects schools

The government’s Healthy Pupil Capital Fund includes money for school playgrounds, as it is recognised that active play can help tackle obesity and inactivity in children and young people

All School Travel Forum members are now required to be ABTA-assured, giving further peace‑of‑mind to teachers that they are booking their trip with a reputable travel company

Students learning with a disability often require adaptive or assistive technology to support their education. Charity Royal Blind investigates what technologies are available

 Education Events

12/10/2018

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