• State-funded education settings can now apply for a higher amount of funding to install electric vehicle chargepoints in their grounds – up to £2,500 per socket. We examine how the new grant works

  • Diversity in the workplace is intrinsic to creating a more equal and happy environment. But what can be done by school leaders to make this the norm?

  • Bett 2024 was packed with innovation, attracting over 30,000 of the global education community to view the latest education technology and hear from inspiring figures and education professionals

  • Whilst taking a student group overseas may feel like a daunting prospect, school trips abroad can have far-reaching benefits. So how can you make sure your trip runs like clockwork?

  • New research from The Food Foundation shows what it’s really like to receive free school meals from the perspective of secondary school students

 Latest News

Scotland's inclusion of LGBTQ-inclusive education resources in schools have been supported by the majority of parents.

Every state school in England will now share their daily attendance registers across the education sector to reduce student absences. 

The Let’s Go Zero Coalition is inviting school students across the country to join the Climate Action Countdown – a month of activities taking place this summer.

The Department for Education (DfE) has updated its wraparound care guidance, suggesting schools should give parents termly windows to request childcare.

Head teachers union NAHT and Education Support have launched a new toolkit to help school leaders with their mental health during periods of challenge, such as inspections.

School governing bodies across England need to sharpen their focus on diversity and inclusion issues, according to a survey to mark National School Governors’ Awareness Day.

Mental health drop-in centres across the UK will receive an extra £3 million of funding, the Department of Health and Social Care has announced.

School meal provider Apetito is partnering with food distribution charity FareShare to help fight hunger and tackle food waste.

 Features

State-funded education settings can now apply for a higher amount of funding to install electric vehicle chargepoints in their grounds – up to £2,500 per socket. We examine how the new grant works

Diversity in the workplace is intrinsic to creating a more equal and happy environment. But what can be done by school leaders to make this the norm?

Bett 2024 was packed with innovation, attracting over 30,000 of the global education community to view the latest education technology and hear from inspiring figures and education professionals

New research from The Food Foundation shows what it’s really like to receive free school meals from the perspective of secondary school students

There are many measures – big and small – that schools can do to reduce their carbon footprint. Adam Flint, national manager of Eco-Schools England, explains how to make a positive impact

While traditional build processes are laced with hidden costs, delays and are highly disruptive – volumetric modular construction brings performance and programme certainty

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Bett 2024 and LearnED - Education in Action 2024 are eagerly anticipated events in the ed