A rounded curriculum that balances ‘traditional’ academic study with creative subjects will ensure that youngsters are ready for work, writes the Design Museum's Catherine Ritman-Smith

School visits abroad call for even greater care, organisation and planning than visits and adventures at home. RoSPA shares some advice

A healthy vending stock

With warnings of excessive sugar consumption the vending industry has changed, writes Jonathan Hart, chief executive of the Automatic Vending Association (AVA)

Are you fluent in coding?

FutureLearn’s head of content Nigel Smith talks about how a collaboration with Raspberry Pi is enabling teachers to make coding accessible to all

Education technology: challenges and successes

Neil Watkins, managing director of IT procurement framework, Think IT, looks at what the biggest IT successes and concerns were for schools in 2016

Priniting in the third dimension

The evolution of 3D printing in schools is not new, but with the reliance on technology becoming ever-more stringent, Education Business explores the situation

Celebrating creativity in education, the Education Show 2017 will be returning to the NEC, Birmingham from 16 to 18 March 2017.

Celebrating creativity in education, the Education Show 2017 will be returning to the NEC, Birmingham from 16 to 18 March 2017.

Understanding fire safety duties

The devastating effects of the recent fire at Selsey Academy have underlined the importance of the correct fire safety measures and procedures in any building used by the public

Apprenticeships - Making sure pupils know all their future options

Darren Hankey, principal of Hartlepool College, explains the benefits of apprenticeship opportunities and how education facilities can support students down this route

Greenwich University - Blackdown Horticultural Consultants

When it comes to roofing, maintenance is always better than refurbishment, explains the National Federation of Roofing Contractors

With ‘social mobility’ remaining prominent within educational conversation, Alice Barling Gasson of Teach First explores the difficulties and benefits of placing teachers in deprived areas

With ‘social mobility’ remaining prominent within educational conversation, Alice Barling Gasson of Teach First explores the difficulties and benefits of placing teachers in deprived areas

Samantha Mann, of the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals, shares her advice on preparing for the end of the financial year and what to expect in the next one

Samantha Mann of the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals, shares her advice on preparing for the end of the financial year and what to expect in the next one

Education Business caught up with Zach Shelby, CEO of the Micro:bit Educational Foundation, to find out more about how it plans to build on the BBC’s work to break down barriers to technology.

National School Meals Week took place from 31 October to 4 November and saw school caterers serve at high-profile venues such as the Palace of Westminster.

Breaching the Data Protection Act carries severe consequences and can lead to heavy monetary fines or even prosecution, writes James Kelly, chief executive of the British Security Industry Association.

Nowadays schools are tasked with nurturing not just a child’s brain but also looking out for their emotional well-being. So what is the best way to do this?

More than 2,000 new schools must be built within the next four years to accommodate the rising number of pupils in England, according to Scape Group’s ‘School Places Challenge’ report.

Ensuring that everyone who uses a school site does not come to harm is a wide-ranging and challenging job. Fiona Riley, chair of IOSH’s Education Group, and health, safety and facilities manager at a large independent day school, explains how it can be done.

Using the latest technology and training methods are just some of the considerations schools should bear in mind when choosing a cleaning contractor, advises Lee Baker from the British Cleaning Council.

With the average school energy bill in the UK coming to £31,000, Eco-Schools England looks at small changes that can make a big difference to the energy efficiency of your school.

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