• School buildings are often used for events, but how can health and safety be assured when these take place? Jeanette Harris explains

  • Dr Fiona Aubrey-Smith shares the questions to ask and how to challenge the evidence, to ensure edtech purchases fit the requirements of a school

  • Walford Nursery and Primary School in the tiny village of Walford might be in an idyllic rural location, but it’s also leading the way in computing education. Victoria Temple explains

    Walford Nursery and Primary School in Herefordshire
  • Lisa Fathers from the Bright Futures Educational Trust shares some of the methods, ways of working, and successful programmes that make a difference to boosting recruitment and retention in schools

  • Like the physical aspects in a school – fences, gates and buildings – a school’s digital estate needs to be secured to protect students, staff and the school from cyber threats, writes the NCSC's Sarah Lyons

 Latest News

The research shows that the number of kids growing up in poverty in key worker households has increased by 65,000 over the past two years to nearly 1 million (989,000) in 2022.

Currently all of outer London’s monitoring stations are exceeding the new WHO recommended guideline for harmful pollutant NO2 

The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) has launched the latest stage of the ‘Making Recruitment Safer’ campaign, this time aiming it at the early years and education sector.

Over the past academic year, a third of A-level students who applied to university missed 11 or more days of school for Covid-related reasons, with over one in five missing more than 20 days.

New research has revealed only one in four teachers feel confident helping students pursue an apprenticeship application – despite almost 70 per cent agreeing they are excellent options for the young people

The overall theme for National School Meals Week is ‘together we make a difference’, focusing on green issues, with the week running at the same time as COP27.

Compared to children who began secondary school in 2019, children in Wales who entered year seven in September 2021 were significantly more likely to report elevated symptoms of depression

A new study from the Independent Association of Prep Schools reveals pupils feel more awake, energetic, and active after an art session.

 Features

There is widespread confusion among children and adults about which foods do and do not count towards your 5-a-day or provide certain nutrients, according to a survey by the British Nutrition Foundation

School buildings are often used for events, but how can health and safety be assured when these take place? Jeanette Harris explains

Dr Fiona Aubrey-Smith shares the questions to ask and how to challenge the evidence, to ensure edtech purchases fit the requirements of a school

Walford Nursery and Primary School in Herefordshire

Walford Nursery and Primary School in the tiny village of Walford might be in an idyllic rural location, but it’s also leading the way in computing education. Victoria Temple explains

Lisa Fathers from the Bright Futures Educational Trust shares some of the methods, ways of working, and successful programmes that make a difference to boosting recruitment and retention in schools

Like the physical aspects in a school – fences, gates and buildings – a school’s digital estate needs to be secured to protect students, staff and the school from cyber threats, writes the NCSC's Sarah Lyons

 Education Events

18/10/2022 to 19/10/2022

Returning this year at Manchester Central on 18-19 October for its 10th anniversary, Education Estates® is the annual gathering of the education community in partnership with the Department for Education. The Education Estates® exhibition is a truly unique event showcasing the best the sector has to offer by bringing together manufacturers, distributors and service providers to engage with senior education professionals who are focused on planning, designing, funding, construction and managing the UK’s learning spaces.

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Logitech UK

Logitech Education Solutions

With over 40 years’ of design excellence, we’ve collaborated with teachers, students and IT specialists to support the best learning experiences through technology. We know it is vital for teachers to have intuitive tools that make lessons seamless, and for students to have the right solutions so they can confidently collaborate, engage and interact.