Mark Allen from 123GO! discusses how breaking down learning and rewarding progress with badges is effective within the Education industry.

Amy King demonstrates how GlamSci’s workshops are encouraging young people to discover the diversity in science.

Art Systems, the UK distributer for MakerBot Products explains how Starter Lab 3D printers can enhance learning.

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The Environment Agency has launched a competition for north east schools to design a new logo for the region's Flood Wardens.

More than half (53%) of Brits now believe that learning coding in school is just as important as learning a foreign language, such as French or Spanish.

New figures from PHE's National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) have shown that obesity has risen for the second year in a row in reception year children in 2016 to 2017.

New route into teaching for aspiring graduates

A new postgraduate teaching apprenticeship has been announced which aims to offer talented graduates an alternative route into the profession.

New classroom self-review video system launched

ONVU Technologies has launched its new 360o classroom self-review tool, LessonVU, which aims to help teachers maximise learning.

 Twenty-hour computer science test to be restarted by schools following security concerns

Exam board Edexcel has replaced the non-examined assessment (NEA) of its computer science GCSE following an error in the security settings.

Rise in schoolchildren seeking Childline counselling

There has been a 15 per cent rise in young people seeking Childline counselling sessions about suicide, Childline has revealed.

A study has found that maths was the most enjoyed subject of four to 14 year olds (26 per cent), despite it being the subject children find most challenging

Two-thirds of school leaders say they lack support to deliver the best outcomes for SEND pupils, according to a report from the Key

Calls for discrimination against citizenship teachers to end

The Association for Citizenship Teaching (ACT) is calling on the government to take “urgent action to change policies that are discriminating against citizenship teachers”.

400 schools needed to take part in culture trials

The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) has announced that 9,000 pupils in 400 schools across England will take part in five new trials.

 New rules announced in Wales to reduce early exam entries

Education secretary Kirsty Williams has announced new rules to reduce the number of pupils being entered too early for exams.

School leaders’ union NAHT has written to every Westminster MP asking for funding in schools to be taken “more seriously”.

The Multi-academy trust (MAT) Development and Improvement Fund (MDIF) is now open to applications, which aims to give trusts extra funding in order to improve schools and increase social mobility.

Facebook is set to offer digital safety ambassadors to every UK secondary school through a new partnership with Childnet International and The Diana Award.