• It is important for schools to have a policy and plan in place to manage and respond to security related incidents. The DfE’s guidance on school security offers some advice on crime prevention

  • Emma Turner explores the benefits of flexible working from the viewpoints of school leaders and teaching staff, and challenges traditional working practices and part time prejudice

  • Should you be questioning whether to bring your catering provision in-house, there are many matters to evaluate first, as outlined here by education owned charity CPL Group

  • Matthew Gage from the Department for Education's commercial team looks back at the Schools' Buying Strategy, and shares how the department aims to support schools with procurement in the future

    Matthew Gage, programme director for the Department for Education's commercial team
  • Phil Avery from Bohunt Education Trust argues how an outdoor programme, led by holistic aims rather than performance measures, has the potential to help self, school and system

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The London Schools Pollution Helpdesk is a free to use service for all London schools for advice, alongside a website which will be a source of information on air pollution.

According to an interim report from Renaissance, all year groups in England have experienced a learning loss in reading, ranging from 1.6 months to two months.

Eighty-nine per cent of 16-to-24-year-olds have revealed they’ve never received schooling around how to better control and manage their finances

Ofsted has updated its guidance to say it will pause its remote monitoring inspections for the week beginning March 8 when schools open for all pupils.

Wales’s Pupil Development Grant Access scheme will be doubled to cover additional year groups and will be extended to allow the purchasing of laptops and tablets.

Teachers will determine student grades this year based only on what they have been taught, with no algorithm used

Secondary schools could open after the Easter break on 12 April, the Welsh Government has said.

Twice weekly, Lateral Flow Tests will be offered to pupils in Wales of upper secondary age, starting with years 11 to 13 and all FE college learners

 Features

It is important for schools to have a policy and plan in place to manage and respond to security related incidents. The DfE’s guidance on school security offers some advice on crime prevention

Emma Turner explores the benefits of flexible working from the viewpoints of school leaders and teaching staff, and challenges traditional working practices and part time prejudice

Should you be questioning whether to bring your catering provision in-house, there are many matters to evaluate first, as outlined here by education owned charity CPL Group

Matthew Gage, programme director for the Department for Education's commercial team

Matthew Gage from the Department for Education's commercial team looks back at the Schools' Buying Strategy, and shares how the department aims to support schools with procurement in the future

Phil Avery from Bohunt Education Trust argues how an outdoor programme, led by holistic aims rather than performance measures, has the potential to help self, school and system

Ciara Lamb from The Key outlines what regular cleaning arrangements you should have in place to minimise the chance of coronavirus spreading in your school