Premier League Primary Stars, which has recently celebrated its first birthday, is one example of how the Premier League and its clubs use the power of football to inspire young people to be active

With figures showing that asbestos is still not being managed enough across schools, the IATP's Paul Beaumont shares some advice on what should be done

CIBSE's Ashley Bateson considers the changing regulations around ventilation in schools and what they will mean for air quality and the comfort of pupils

Chris Wright, head of wellbeing at the Youth Sport Trust, discusses how a Greater Manchester collaboration could create a blueprint for addressing the decline in young people’s wellbeing

Malcolm Drakes, Broadford Primary

From Special Measures in 2012, to Outstanding in 2014, Broadford Primary was awarded TES’s Primary School of the Year last year. Malcolm Drakes explains the school’s remarkable journey

GoLandscape seeks to encourage school leavers to consider a career in landscaping, challenge false perceptions and demonstrate the broad range of skills that are used within the industry

How can schools maximise the full potential of their kitchens to deliver healthy, nutritious meals? Catering equipment trade association, ceda, gets some industry views

Research from the Youth Sport Trust finds that time-tabled physical education is being squeezed. Ali Oliver offers advice to schools on how they can ensure physical activity stays on the curriculum

John Jackson, CEO at London Grid for Learning, talks to Education Business about digital innovation and how organisations can future proof their technology purchases

Going cashless can help schools save money by streamlining their payment processes, but it has also become an way of strengthening parental communications and engagement

As the number of play spaces in the community declines, school playgrounds often represent the only opportunity some children have for outdoor play, writes Mark Hardy

Education Business chats to RIBA’s Caroline Buckingham about the importance of good design when developing new school buildings and what should be done to tackle the pupil place shortage

With 900 schools across the UK located on or near illegally polluted roads, what can schools do to address the issue? ClientEarth’s Andrea Lee investigates

Digital skills for learning, life and work

The Digital Schools Awards programme for secondary schools in Scotland aims to create the next generation of informed, responsible and resilient digital citizens

The impact of the Carillion collapse

At the beginning of the year, it was announced that facilities management firm Carillion – which provides services for the education sector – was going into liquidation

The hidden danger of fire extinguishers

Ignored fire extinguishers have a hidden danger and can fail to operate if not properly maintained

Relying less on external HR advice with ISBL

The new innovative, educationally‑focused CIPD qualification developed with ISBL could be perfect for you

Why schools need to understand the new GDPR

What does the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) mean to those in education?