• 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

  • 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

  • Mark Bentley, safeguarding and cybersecurity manager at the charitable trust LGfL, reviews remote learning and keeping children safe whilst working online.

  • How are schools meeting the challenges of delivering remote learning? Computing experts are leading the way on coping with the challenges of education during coronavirus

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Schools to stay closed in Scotland as lockdown continues

Scotland’s lockdown has been extended until at least the middle of February, with most school pupils to continue learning from home.

Quarter of young people have felt 'unable to cope'

The pandemic has taken a ‘devastating toll’ on young people’s mental health, with the unemployed significantly more likely to feel anxious and depressed.

Labour calls on Gavin Williamson to resign

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has been urged to resign for failing children and young people throughout the pandemic.

Free school meals voucher scheme opens to orders

Schools can begin ordering free school meal vouchers for eligible pupils, adding to the support available for disadvantaged families.

The Welsh Government will announce an additional £40m for universities to support students facing financial hardship, helping the students most affected by the pandemic

The winning charities were nominated to win a share of £120,000 as part of specialist insurer Ecclesiastical's annual 12 days of giving Christmas campaign.

Following the cancellation of this year’s summer exams, the DfE and Ofqual have launched a consultation seeking views on how to award grades in a way that reflects students’ performance accurately

The number of children and young people who were physically active fell during the 2019/20 academic year in England, as bad weather and then the coronavirus pandemic restricted the type of activities available, says a survey from Sport England.

 Features

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

Mark Bentley, safeguarding and cybersecurity manager at the charitable trust LGfL, reviews remote learning and keeping children safe whilst working online.

How are schools meeting the challenges of delivering remote learning? Computing experts are leading the way on coping with the challenges of education during coronavirus

Polgate School classroom, credit Wernick

The use of offsite modular technology will help deliver the government's ten-year school rebuilding programme, as well as meet the UK’s net-zero target. The MPBA's Jackie Maginnis explains how