• To cut through the cycles of hope and disenchantment that have followed EdTech ever since its first use, it is necessary for schools, suppliers and government to work hand in hand

  • When it comes to a child’s sugar consumption, what’s legally required, what do Ofsted inspectors look for, and how does SUGARWISE work?

    Broadmead Primary School
  • Despite creativity being sought after by employers, there is a risk that subjects such as drama and art may be side-lined in schools, write Paula Hamilton from the National Theatre

  • Access to nature provides both physical and mental health benefits, as well as allowing children to develop confidence, resilience and an increased focus for learning, writes Becky O'Melia

  • Former-superintendent Nick Davies shares his experience of dealing with youth violence, gangs, county lines, anti-social behaviour and property crimes in schools

 Latest News

The £3 million will extend the Pupil Premium Plus to all 16-18 year old care leavers, supporting their transition into further education

A review of teacher pay was undertaken by the new Independent Welsh Pay Review Body, which recommended all statutory pay ranges and allowances be increased

The report says that young people won't be able to survive adulthood if they leave school as A* robots with no knowledge of the real world.

With the frequency of cyber-attacks ever on the increase and the sophistication of them evolving, schools and colleges need to protect their systems from being breached.

Forty-four per cent of councils in England have either cut or frozen funding for educational support for visually impaired children.

Five times more air pollution on school run in London

Pupils travelling to primary schools across the capital are five times more exposed to air pollution than at any other time of the day.

Pupils from George Eliot School in Nuneaton are some of the first young people from Warwickshire to take part in the project 'Youth for Brake'

In celebration of those who make a real difference to children and young people with SEND, nasen hosted a special awards ceremony at the Waldorf Hilton Hotel, London, on 18 October.

 Features

To cut through the cycles of hope and disenchantment that have followed EdTech ever since its first use, it is necessary for schools, suppliers and government to work hand in hand

This article is designed to provide an understanding of how franchisees and sub-contractors work within the procurement consultancy industry and within the education sector

Broadmead Primary School

When it comes to a child’s sugar consumption, what’s legally required, what do Ofsted inspectors look for, and how does SUGARWISE work?

Despite creativity being sought after by employers, there is a risk that subjects such as drama and art may be side-lined in schools, write Paula Hamilton from the National Theatre

API Chair Mark Hardy explores the effect the decline in public playgrounds is having on children and the role schools can play in minimising the impact

The prospect of undertaking a modular building project can be daunting, therefore ESPO has created this guide and a time-saving procurement framework to help schools and academies navigate the modular building world

 Education Events

13/11/2019 to 14/11/2019

The Schools & Academies Show is back again this year to deliver one of the largest education events in the UK.

13/11/2019 to 14/11/2019

The Schools & Academies Show is back again this year to deliver one of the largest education events in the UK.