• A national survey has shown how prepared schools are for opening more widely this week, what challenges they face and what support they need

  • Increased time online while learning from home is leading to a greater online safety threat for children. So what can be done about it?

  • Amy Cook from The Key explains the ins and outs of the Department for Education's funded set-up support for digital education platforms

  • It is likely that when schools re-open for the majority of children, social distancing measures will need to be adhered to. But what does social distancing in an educational setting look like in practice?

  • Procurement and tendering can be complicated at the best of times, but in times of a crisis, it may seem like running an effective tender process is almost impossible. Thankfully, it doesn't have to be

 Latest News

 Schools in Wales will start to reopen on 29 June, with the term extended by a week, the Welsh Government has announced.

The Farming Fortnight campaign, taking place from 1-12th June, will shine a light on farming and food production to inspire young minds about where their food comes from

Only a minority of children and young people are perceived by their parents to not feel comfortable attending school, according to a study by the University of Oxford

Education Endowment Foundation anaylisis concludes that school closures as a result of Covid-19 will likely reverse the progress made in narrowing the attainment gap since 2011.

The pilot will be independently evaluated by NatCen to assess the potential for online tuition to mitigate against the impact of school closures on the attainment gap.

Ofsted will review further education learners’ experience of online learning during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) lockdown.

The Sutton Trust has launched a new online platform to support over 6,000 lower-income students with their university choices and applications this year.

The National Governance Association (NGA) has urged the government to review and drop its plans to have all primary children to return to school for a month before the summer holidays

 Features

A national survey has shown how prepared schools are for opening more widely this week, what challenges they face and what support they need

Increased time online while learning from home is leading to a greater online safety threat for children. So what can be done about it?

With children using the internet for education during school closures, there are increased risks of exposure to online harms. Schools should encourage parents to put in place safety measures

Amy Cook from The Key explains the ins and outs of the Department for Education's funded set-up support for digital education platforms

It is likely that when schools re-open for the majority of children, social distancing measures will need to be adhered to. But what does social distancing in an educational setting look like in practice?

Procurement and tendering can be complicated at the best of times, but in times of a crisis, it may seem like running an effective tender process is almost impossible. Thankfully, it doesn't have to be

 Education Events

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The UK has taken an early leadership position on 5G, with all four of the countries MNO’s launching their initial services in 2019.