• Our expert panelists discuss what the Covid-19 school closures have taught us about remote teaching, including addressing the digital-access gap and how to keep pupils engaged

  • Central services are the backbone of any successful MAT, yet creating cohesion between teams doesn’t happen overnight. You have to listen to staff and empower them to make decisions

  • Fiona Riley, Chair of IOSH’s Education Group, looks at practical ways schools can manage the Covid-19-related risks they face

  • The pandemic has helped the school sport sector move online, which could have unexpected benefits for the future, writes Ali Oliver, chief executive of the Youth Sport Trust

  • What has been the impact of Covid-19 on the next generation of teachers? Emma Hollis, executive director of the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT), finds out

 Latest News

Ofqual has announced that Dr Catherine McClellan has joined its Board, with effect from 1 June 2020.

Ofsted has announced a programme of ‘visits’, not inspections, looking at how schools and colleges are managing the return to full education of their pupils and students.

Education secretary Gavin Williamson has confirmed that £320m funding for the PE and Sport Premium will continue next year

Many pupils have no choice but to use either public transport or school buses, and will therefore be mixing with other year groups, the EPI says.

Three quarters of school staff need training in remote learning in the UK, according to a survey of more than 2,400 school staff carried out by Tes Global.

Employers and FE providers that deliver industry placements for new T Level qualifications will get a new package of support.

Employers should be incentivised to recruit graduates and apprentices to avoid mass youth unemployment, reports the Institute of Student Employers (ISE).

The Department for Education has announced that disadvantaged and vulnerable pre-school aged children will receive additional support as they transition back into early education.

 Features

Our expert panelists discuss what the Covid-19 school closures have taught us about remote teaching, including addressing the digital-access gap and how to keep pupils engaged

Central services are the backbone of any successful MAT, yet creating cohesion between teams doesn’t happen overnight. You have to listen to staff and empower them to make decisions

Fiona Riley, Chair of IOSH’s Education Group, looks at practical ways schools can manage the Covid-19-related risks they face

The pandemic has helped the school sport sector move online, which could have unexpected benefits for the future, writes Ali Oliver, chief executive of the Youth Sport Trust

What has been the impact of Covid-19 on the next generation of teachers? Emma Hollis, executive director of the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT), finds out

A national survey has shown how prepared schools are for opening more widely, what challenges they face and what support they need