Whether your school or college is planning to add new buildings, refurbishing existing buildings or carrying out ongoing maintenance work, Education Estates will help you source the information, solutions, and ideas that you need.

Mark Chambers, CEO of Naace, discusses how to make the best of your school’s education technology and effectively prepare for the future.

Following the recent death of a teacher in Buckinghamshire due to asbestos cancer mesothelioma, the Independent Asbestos Training Providers examines the scale of the problem and what can be done about it.

Using technology to support learning has allowed schools in the London Borough of Havering to thrive during times of educational change. Havering Education Services explains how.

A new standard is in place this academic year describing effective continuing professional development for teachers. David Weston, chief executive of the Teacher Development Trust, summarises the guidance.

With the CREST Awards turning 30 this year, the British Science Association reflect back on how the programme has thrived during shifts in education policy and curriculum changes.

With current skills shortages subjects like Design & Technology need to be seen as a valuable subject for young people to study, especially once the UK leaves the EU, argues DATA.

Andrew Mabbett, researcher at BESA, examines how to get the young generation excitied about STEM subjects in post Brexit Britain.

Jonathan Hart, chief executive of the Automatic Vending Association, discusses the upcoming UK currency changes and how this will affect the thousands of vending machines in schools.

With British Food Fortnight upon us (17 September to 2 October), how can school caterers and teachers get children excited about the wonderful food produced in this country?

The School Travel Forum's online ‘Teacher Toolkit’ is designed to address teachers' concerns regarding school trips and highlight the benefits they bring.

How can the free schools programme meet the twin challenge of creating more school places and improving educational standards? Sarah Pearson of the New Schools Network shares her views.

Efficiency is a word brought up time and again when it comes to financial matters. But what does it really mean – and can it be applied in a school setting? A report by NASBM looks at how working more efficiently can make a big difference on budgets.

Chris Keates, general secretary of the NASUWT teachers’ union, analyses a number of factors that are contributing to the current recruitment and retention issues facing the teaching profession.

ParentPay analyses the progress of cashless payment systems in the education sector, examining the benefits to schools as well as the main barriers to adoption.

With 10,000 more children under the age of four in Hertfordshire compared to a decade ago, the county council shares its strategic approach to making sure every child has a school place.

RIBA’s Emilia Plotka examines how excellent design can help the government’s capital funding programme stretch as far as possible.

If schools are to play their part in reducing obesity, they need to develop healthy eating policies that are implemented in every day school life, urges dietitian Dimple Thakrar.

BESA’s Mark Rosser offers advice to schools on integrating tablets effectively into the learning environment and optimising their benefits with other AV technologies.

The Grange Hotel in St Paul’s once again played host to the Education Business Awards, which celebrated the very best of the UK’s education sector across 21 award categories.

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