James Kelly, chief executive of the British Security Industry Association explains why ensuring that school security measures are of a high quality is key

Members of the School Travel Forum offer advice on how to manage the costs of planning UK-based school trips

In light of the government’s ‘super inquiry’ into urban toxic air, Christian Lickfett examines why indoor air quality can be ten times poorer than outside

A new understanding of the links between light and health have led to ‘humancentric’ lighting, which boosts vitality, promotes well-being and enhances productive capacity and concentration.

Leonie Greene and Holly Stower from the Solar Trade Association discuss the cost and carbon savings that can be achieved from solar PV systems

Since the Chancellor announced in the Spring Budget that £216 million will be invested into refurbishing existing schools there have been concerns over whether this sum will be enough

Jessica Cumming, solicitor at Gordons law firm, considers the process and explores the practical steps towards conversion

How can teachers be expected to adequately support children’s mental wellbeing without support themselves? Julian Stanley CEO at the Education Support Partnership shares some tips

With warmer weather upon us, schools should review their outdoor play facilities and upgrade those that are worn or fail to excite children

There are many schools demonstrating excellent and inclusive SEND practice, but there is still more to do to to ensure there is high quality provision across England

School sports flooring plays a pivotal role in keeping pupils fit and safe, says Nick Egan

The United Arab Emirates has implemented its plan for 'First-Rate Education', which outlines dramatic reforms to the curriculum, improving teaching through professional development and a commitment to developing 21st Century skills in schools.

As well as helping pupils get to school, community transport enables students to access opportunities outside of the classroom, writes the Community Transport Association

Bett 2017 hosted some of the most effective and innovative new technologies in education, as well as talks by motivational speakers and education practitioners

Pheasey Park Farm Primary School however has given its pupils’ online work a chance to shine

Too often, digital work is carried out by pupils only to receive no teacher assessment. Pheasey Park Farm Primary School however has given its pupils’ online work a chance to shine

If a teacher lacks ability or confidence in delivering computing, the subject can come across dry. But using code to control another object, such as a robot, the subject can be brought to life

Falling foul of fire safety legislation can mean thousands of pounds in fines that could have been avoided if the correct steps were taken, writes the Fire Industry Association

Energy charity Carbon Trust has found ways schools can cut back and save money on energy and reduce carbon emissions

Academisation is a relatively new education structure for schools and with this comes the need to share experiences. It is for this reason that Bett Academies launched on 16-18 March

Embodied carbon is the total greenhouse gas emissions generated to produce a building and is a vital consideration when commissioning a sustainable new school

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