• The Youth Sport Trust’s National School Sport Week 2019 took part 24-28 June and saw thousands of children, organisations and schools engage in sport and physical activity.

    Flixton Girls School
  • The 2019 awards were presented by Angellica Bell, who opened the ceremony talking about the teachers that had made an impact on her life.

  • The government, local authorities and developers need to make a concerted effort to work collaboratively to meet pupil place demand, according to a report from Scape Group

  • School breaktimes are much shorter than they were two decades ago, meaning children are missing out on opportunities to play, make friends, develop social skills and exercise.

  • Many schools built between the 1950s and 1980s may contain asbestos, so how can they ensure people aren’t exposed to it? Fiona Riley from IOSH explores the issue

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 Features

Flixton Girls School

The Youth Sport Trust’s National School Sport Week 2019 took part 24-28 June and saw thousands of children, organisations and schools engage in sport and physical activity.

The government, local authorities and developers need to make a concerted effort to work collaboratively to meet pupil place demand, according to a report from Scape Group

School breaktimes are much shorter than they were two decades ago, meaning children are missing out on opportunities to play, make friends, develop social skills and exercise.

Every school will have the opportunity to take part in ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’ between 24 to 28 June to celebrate the power of PE and school sport to improve young people’s wellbeing.

From 'walking buses' to road closures, schools across the country took action to reduce their impact on air pollution on Clean Air Day

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 Education Events

24/09/2019

The CREATE Education Project is running the Inspired Minds Classroom at TCT Show for schools or colleges to take part.