• Lee Fellows from the Academy of Contemporary Music shares advice on how teachers can spot the early warning signs and what techniques can address nerves

  • With hundreds of public playgrounds set to close, API Chair Mark Hardy says it’s more important than ever that schools are able to provide adequate play facilities

  • There was a selection of educational buildings that were recognised for their inspiring designs at the RIBA National Awards 2017

    Wells Cathedral School (new music facilities)
  • Julie Nugent from the Design & Technology Association explains what knowledge and skills young people need to embrace 3D printing

  • Throughout history, the south coast has often been the last line of defence against would-be invaders, writes Nigel Smith, chief executive of Tourism South East

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Financial management review of academy chain reveals ‘significant failings’

An Education Standards Funding Agency review into academy chain The Enquire Learning Trust has found that four senior leaders were being paid “off

Schools Minister Nick Gibb MP

Schools Minister Nick Gibb has pledged to wipe out the use of the word "gay" as a term of abuse in schools, according to the Evening Standard.

Swimming provision ‘unacceptable’ says former Olympian Steve Parry

One in 20 schools fails to meet curriculum swimming requirements, according to the latest report from Swim England, which recommends a major overha

Bidvine.com has noticed an 118 per cent increase in the number of parents looking for summer tutors since last July

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The government money will boost the capacity of schools, colleges and universities to deliver good quality teaching for post-16 maths courses including Core, A level and further maths.

The number of pupils expelled for physically assaulting adults has risen by a fifth in the past year, statistics have shown.

The Northern Ireland secretary James Brokenshire has announced that more funds will be poured into the education sector following reallocation of money.

Teachers union NASUWT has criticised the government’s move to push the state pension age to 68.

The government’s academy trust survey for 2017 has shown that 71 per cent of single-academy trusts converted to “obtain more funding for frontline education”.

Education secretary Justine Greening has announced that the government’s plans to have 90 per cent of pupils studying all EBacc subjects by 2020 has been pushed back.

 Features

Lee Fellows from the Academy of Contemporary Music shares advice on how teachers can spot the early warning signs and what techniques can address nerves

With hundreds of public playgrounds set to close, API Chair Mark Hardy says it’s more important than ever that schools are able to provide adequate play facilities

Wells Cathedral School (new music facilities)

There was a selection of educational buildings that were recognised for their inspiring designs at the RIBA National Awards 2017

Julie Nugent from the Design & Technology Association explains what knowledge and skills young people need to embrace 3D printing

Throughout history, the south coast has often been the last line of defence against would-be invaders, writes Nigel Smith, chief executive of Tourism South East

Virtual Reality is increasingly being used in schools to add another dimension to learning, Education Business looks at this growing technology trend

Kids using mobile technology

Discussions during London EdTech Week on 19-23 June highlighted the belief that the education sector needs to prove that education technology works and drives school improvement

Jo Nicholas from the Children's Food Trust shares advice on implemented a packed lunch policy in schools

James Kelly, chief executive of the British Security Industry Association, explores the benefits of lone worker safety solutions

Bedales School, credit Matthew Rice

Better-designed school buildings that are safe and encourage children to learn are amongst the recommendations RIBA has highlighted in its manifesto for the new government.