• Following the collapse of Carillion, Oxfordshire County Council brought the catering service for its 54 primary schools in-house and gave it a major rebrand. Gail Witchell explains the processs

  • Is learning outside the classroom part of your strategy to improve the outcomes for pupilsl? If not, it should be, writes Kim Somerville, from the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom

  • Research shows that many school and academies are opening up their doors to the community in order to raise much needed funds. Education Business investigates this trend

  • From finding funding, securing approvals and getting the design right, to making sure there is minimum disruption, there is plenty to consider when developing a brand new sports facility

  • Careful preparation can help a school or academy’s budget go further by gaining the best value for money, as well as other benefits such as a reduction in administrative time and increased safety

 Latest News

Damian Hinds has said he would not rule out legislation to ensure more accountability for schools that permanently exclude children and place them in alternative provision

A sports education company has invested £200,000 to launch a campaign to help primary schools across the UK tackle obesity among pupils by increasing their levels of participation in physical activity.

ProcurEd North takes place on 28 November in Greater Manchester, and will bring together expert speakers and professionals from the procurement and education sector.

The Welsh Government has begun its Rural Education Plan by connecting rural schools with other classrooms via video technology.

As part of the government's first loneliness strategy, which was launched today (15 October), 'loneliness' will be embedded into relationships education classes

Research by Tes and the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) has found that 70 per cent of schools are not 'fit for purpose'.

The first 37 providers to receive funding from the Taking Teaching Further (TTF) programme have been announced by Skills Minister Anne Milton.

Wales’ new curriculum will be published in Easter 2019 and will focus on ensuring young people become ethical, informed and valued members of society, the Welsh Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has said.

 Features

Following the collapse of Carillion, Oxfordshire County Council brought the catering service for its 54 primary schools in-house and gave it a major rebrand. Gail Witchell explains the processs

As the new academic year begins, it is time to start thinking about the new and exciting technology that will help enhance teaching and learning at Bett 2019

The UK’s leading education buildings and learning spaces event is back on 16-17 October at Manchester Central, with over 100 exhibitors and speakers, five stages and seven interactive feature areas

Is learning outside the classroom part of your strategy to improve the outcomes for pupilsl? If not, it should be, writes Kim Somerville, from the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom

Research shows that many school and academies are opening up their doors to the community in order to raise much needed funds. Education Business investigates this trend

From finding funding, securing approvals and getting the design right, to making sure there is minimum disruption, there is plenty to consider when developing a brand new sports facility

 Education Events

22/11/2018

The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) will hold its annual conference at the Black Country Living Museum on Thursday 22nd November 2018.