• From educating pupils about the dangers of false alarms, to considering the flammability of paper display boards, fire safety in schools is more complex than you think

  • Getting children engaged in technical subjects from an early age is one way to improve the STEM skills gap. Our expert panel from KidZania London discuss

    Kidzania
  • A new Pitch Grading Framework from the Institute of Groundsmanship will allow schools to showcase the quality of their sports turf facilities, as well as the expertise of their grounds teams

    Cricket at St Josephs
  • On 4 July this year, schools from the primary, secondary and independent sectors will once again be recognised for innovation and leadership in the 12th Education Business Awards

  • Children’s charity the Youth Sport Trust (YST) has started the countdown for this summer’s YST National School Sport Week, which takes place from 24 to 28 June

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Ninety-three per cent of school pupils had a 'positive destination' nine months after leaving school.

The Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) has analysed the cost it would take to reverse school cuts, as has been promised by almost all the candidates in the Conservative leadership election

The Government has also published the response to its T Level funding consultation which confirms how it intends to distribute the increased funding.

New measures to support disadvantaged school children

The Education Secretary has outlined plans to prevent the most vulnerable children missing out on school.

Edexcel launches investigation after exam paper leak

Edexcel has launched an investigation into how part of an A-level maths paper was leaked on social media.

New mental health pledge for schools

Theresa May has pledged better access to education, training and support across communities as part of an overhaul of society’s approach to mental illness.

Senior leaders that take a proactive approach to encouraging different working patterns is key to making part time and flexible working successful in schools

The government competition is for pupils to develop technology to help with the challenges of the future, such as air pollution.

 Features

From educating pupils about the dangers of false alarms, to considering the flammability of paper display boards, fire safety in schools is more complex than you think

Kidzania

Getting children engaged in technical subjects from an early age is one way to improve the STEM skills gap. Our expert panel from KidZania London discuss

The ‘share of savings’ cost model from procurement consultants is designed to enable the buyer to pay no upfront costs but instead pay a percentage of the savings that are achieved

Cricket at St Josephs

A new Pitch Grading Framework from the Institute of Groundsmanship will allow schools to showcase the quality of their sports turf facilities, as well as the expertise of their grounds teams

On 4 July this year, schools from the primary, secondary and independent sectors will once again be recognised for innovation and leadership in the 12th Education Business Awards

Children’s charity the Youth Sport Trust (YST) has started the countdown for this summer’s YST National School Sport Week, which takes place from 24 to 28 June

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