There is currently a wide range of varying information available from both official and unreliable channels in relation to PPE so it can be difficult to know what the best option is

Mercia School, credit Phil Grayston

Good design must be made a priority in deciding how the government’s new investment into school buildings is spent, writes RIBA’s Client Advisers

With Covid-19 still in the community, Education Business gathers the views of a range of experts on how schools can provide a safe environment for staff, pupils, and community-users

As the new academic year gets underway, Caroline Doherty reflects on how many of her 2020 education sector predictions ended up being far from reality and examines which trends might be here to stay

Thornhill Primary School in Cardiff

The government’s ten-year school rebuilding programme is a step towards creating low-carbon classrooms, but more investment and ambition is needed, writes Alex Green

A new NFER report looks at the significant impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on learning and the challenges schools face in reopening to all pupils this month. Here are the main points

Existing contracts can often be overlooked, but this is a place where schools can add real procurement value and drive future savings

John Nichols, President of the Tutors' Association, shares how schools can make use of the government's National Tutoring Programme

With many schools having lost income due to coronavirus restrictions, Linda Unternahrer from The Key outlines what you can do now to raise money, and what to consider for the long term

Swansea University - credit: Wernick

MPBA's Jackie Maginnis considers how modern methods of construction can help school building projects get back on track post-pandemic

Meeting guidelines around physical distancing is requiring schools to be innovative in how they deliver the curriculum and support pupil wellbeing

Adrian Hill explores how education authorities can address building and refurbishment delays during the ongoing pandemic as the construction industry looks to embrace new methods of project delivery.

With asbestos present in around 80 per cent of UK schools, Andrew Paten explains how schools can take the digital approach to asbestos management

Our expert panelists discuss what the Covid-19 school closures have taught us about remote teaching, including addressing the digital-access gap and how to keep pupils engaged

Central services are the backbone of any successful MAT, yet creating cohesion between teams doesn’t happen overnight. You have to listen to staff and empower them to make decisions

Fiona Riley, Chair of IOSH’s Education Group, looks at practical ways schools can manage the Covid-19-related risks they face

The pandemic has helped the school sport sector move online, which could have unexpected benefits for the future, writes Ali Oliver, chief executive of the Youth Sport Trust

What has been the impact of Covid-19 on the next generation of teachers? Emma Hollis, executive director of the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT), finds out

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