Nasen’s Anna Speke shares how education settings can provide the best possible academic and holistic provision for all learners, including those with additional needs
A new Building Futures programme will offer 14-to-16-year-olds help as they navigate leaving school, providing coaching, careers and educational counselling
The review found schools and FE and skills providers understand the importance of promoting both technical and academic pathways to students.
The Design & Technology Association has launched its new initiative: ‘Inspired by Industry’, which aims to rejuvenate design and technology education and provide creative learning opportunities for students.
Active Travel England has announced £60 million funding for walk to school and cycle training programmes over the next two years.
New research reveals great teaching could unlock additional billions in earnings, as economists, businesses and the education sector call for increased support for educators.
Four more attendance hubs have been announced by the government to help schools that need support boosting their attendance levels.
Amegreen Children’s Services have opened a new school for children unable to go into mainstream education because of their extreme specialist needs in West Berkshire.
The Education Committee has published a report with a range of measures to reverse the trend of children’s absence from school, which has failed to return to pre-pandemic levels.
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Generative AI is one of those rare moments in time when technological acceleration is reshaping and redefining everything going forward. So what impact will it have on education?
Drama and creative learning can enhance crucial skills – such as creative and analytical thinking, that employees seek in the future. So how can drama be embedded across your primary school?
Learning outside the classroom has the most impact when it is delivered regularly and embedded within the curriculum. But it doesn’t have to be extravagant or expensive to have an impact
A new £10 million partnership between Green Future Investments and Let’s Go Zero will bring advice to individual schools, while also unlocking finance at scale from the public and private sectors
The Schools & Academies Show is the ultimate opportunity to gain valuable insights into the latest priorities that will shape education
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Education Mutual, the UK's largest member-owned provider of staff absence protection, continues its mission to further support the
It is a sad, but inescapable fact of school life, that students lose the key to their locker. Or “forget” to hand their key back at the end of the year.
Which means you will need replacement keys for some of the lockers in your school.
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