There are so many different options to consider when choosing a new catering services provider as you are buying both a service and product. Crescent Purchasing Consortium shares some tips

How good is your knowledge of fire safety law? And do you know your legal responsibilities? The Fire Industry Association shares the main points from fire safety legislation in the UK

With debit card transactions set to surpass cash payments this year, Education Business looks at whether schools are following suit, or if cash is still king for school payments

You can save your school or academy valuable time and money by reviewing your procurement process. Joanna Frost, regional procurement advisor at Crescent Purchasing Consortium, explains how

The DfE's response to the QTS consultation is positive, but what does it mean, and how will it affect recruitment and retention? Emma Hollis investigates

Think the onset of summer reduces the risks faced by schools? Think again. Fiona Riley, chair of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health’s Education Group examines some of the risks

School grounds can become an integral tool for outdoor learning. Groundwork’s Stacey Aplin considers what can be done to ensure that more pupils have the opportunity to get outdoors

Jenny Williams, Commercial Director at the Department for Education

Jenny Williams, Commercial Director at the Department for Education, gives an update on how the DfE is supporting schools to improve their buying of goods and services

In April 2018, nasen was awarded the DfE SEND Schools Workforce Contract which will be delivered through the Whole School SEND Consortium. Dr Adam Boddison examines what this aims to achieve

Ivydale Primary School

The regional RIBA Awards celebrate architectural brilliance across the UK, and in London this year, several schools scooped the coveted title for their outstanding school buildings

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

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For many schools, the 30 Days Wild challenge from the Wildlife Trusts is part of a growing interest in exploring outdoor leaning and the benefits it offers, writes Liz Carney from the Wildlife Trust

We look at newly announced measures to increase the number of good school places, including a new wave of Free School applications and support and funding to expand good grammar and faith schools