• John Nichols, President of the Tutors' Association, shares how schools can make use of the government's National Tutoring Programme

  • With many schools having lost income due to coronavirus restrictions, Linda Unternahrer from The Key outlines what you can do now to raise money, and what to consider for the long term

  • MPBA's Jackie Maginnis considers how modern methods of construction can help school building projects get back on track post-pandemic

    Swansea University - credit: Wernick
  • Meeting guidelines around physical distancing is requiring schools to be innovative in how they deliver the curriculum and support pupil wellbeing

  • With asbestos present in around 80 per cent of UK schools, Andrew Paten explains how schools can take the digital approach to asbestos management

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A study has provided the first estimates on the levels of test-trace-isolate coverage needed for schools and wider society to reopen while avoiding a second epidemic wave 

Ofqual is launching a consultation on a range of proposals for VTQ assessments in 2021 and a new version of the Extraordinary Regulatory Framework (ERF)

Following a consultation, Ofqual has confirmed the changes it will require exam boards to make to GCSE, AS and A level exams next year.

School Letting Solutions (SLS), which manages the hire of vacant school facilities to sports clubs and community groups, is being placed into administration due to the pandemic.

The Welsh Government has published updated guidance to support higher education, further education and work-based providers as they prepare for the autumn term.

Former Universities Minister Rt. Hon Chris Skidmore MP has been appointed a Trustee of the UPP Foundation, and has also agreed to Chair the Foundation’s Advisory Board.

Schools in Scotland, which are due to re-open 11 August, will not automatically close if a pupil tests positive for coronavirus, the deputy first minister John Swinney has said.

Government figures show the number of fixed-period exclusions has risen seven per cent - from 410,800 in 2017-18 up to 438,300 last year.

 Features

John Nichols, President of the Tutors' Association, shares how schools can make use of the government's National Tutoring Programme

With many schools having lost income due to coronavirus restrictions, Linda Unternahrer from The Key outlines what you can do now to raise money, and what to consider for the long term

Swansea University - credit: Wernick

MPBA's Jackie Maginnis considers how modern methods of construction can help school building projects get back on track post-pandemic

Meeting guidelines around physical distancing is requiring schools to be innovative in how they deliver the curriculum and support pupil wellbeing

Adrian Hill explores how education authorities can address building and refurbishment delays during the ongoing pandemic as the construction industry looks to embrace new methods of project delivery.

With asbestos present in around 80 per cent of UK schools, Andrew Paten explains how schools can take the digital approach to asbestos management