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From this autumn, UCAS will expand their service so that young people can see more personalised options, including apprenticeships. 

A new report has been published with perspectives from MAT leaders on the challenges facing trusts and what approaches are working in practice.

Active Travel England is inviting local authorities in England to apply for funding to encourage active travel, which could include developing safer routes for children to walk to school.

The Nature Prize will support schools to increase access to nature, improve biodiversity in their school grounds, and kick-start climate action.

Following news that the government plans to extend sprinklers to care homes, but not in schools, insurer Zurich Municipal has described the move as illogical.

Ofsted has published a review into how science is taught in England's schools, and is the first in a new series of reports looking at how subjects are taught.

Nearly half (45%) of all young people who reported having long COVID felt they had fallen behind their classmates due to the pandemic

New research has revealed teachers’ fear that the cost of living crisis is the biggest challenge facing pupils in 2023, with one in five teachers and head teachers (22%) choosing this as their main concern


There’s a lot to think about when planning an educational trip – from selecting the right destination to organising transport and collecting money. Planning in good time is therefore key

Teaching School Hubs support the profession by providing training and development opportunities for teachers and leaders. Lynne Birch shares the key learnings from her Hub’s journey

St Mary's School Fire

The pandemic sadly created a legacy of lost learning. But incidents of fire at a child’s school can also have a negative impact on education. So what can be done? Tom Roche shares some thoughts

Alongside the need for our built environment to operate within the boundaries of our natural environment, the schools we build must perform well to meet the needs of teachers and pupils

Gareth Jelley from edtech charity LGfL-The National Grid for Learning, shares his top tips on how to prevent a ransomware attack on your school, as well as what to do should one happen

How can schools ensure that their IT provision is inclusive, effective and tackles digital inequality? Niel McLean from BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, suggests five key questions to ask

 Education Events

29/03/2023 to 31/03/2023

On 29-31 March 2023, Bett is back at ExCeL, London, for three days of in


The next instalment of the Schools and Academies show take place on Thursday 17th November 2022 at the NEC, Birmingham.