Most schools are unprepared for the impact that ChatGPT and AI will have on teaching and learning. But rather than banning AI, teachers need more support to harness its potential

Dragon’s Den star Steven Bartlett and STEM advocate Anne-Marie Imafidon are amongst the inspiring speakers at this year’s Bett show, taking place 29-31 March at ExCeL London

Understanding the experiences of disabled children and making appropriate adjustments can make a significant difference to their time in school and their ability to learn, writes Caroline Withers

Schools and Academies Show

The Schools & Academies Show in London on 17 May brings together thousands of school and academy leaders to connect, discuss and debate the big challenges and trends in education

There is a real challenge facing Multi-Academy Trusts in understanding where to go with growth targets set in the Schools White Paper. Will Jordan explores the situation and shares advice

The government has released new measures and funding to boost school sport and PE provision, including setting out new standards for equal access to sports for boys and girls

From energy sourcing and consumption, to food and uniform policies, there are many measures – big and small – that schools can do to reduce their carbon footprint and energy usage

The Department for Education has recently highlighted that many school buildings have “serious structural issues”, and that this was a key risk for the department. We examine the issue

The recent Cyber Security Schools Audit revealed that 78 per cent of schools fell victim to at least one type of cyber incident in 2022 – with seven per cent experiencing significant disruption as a result

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

Lora Murphy, editor at the Chartered Institute for Payroll Professionals, reflects back on a turbulent tax year for payroll professionals, and looks ahead to ensure 2023/24 gets off to a smooth start

The World Cup has great power to inspire school children and create a grassroots legacy, writes James Keane, teacher and PE lead at Keys Meadow Primary School

Tamsin Brewis from the Children's Alliance discusses the importance of play opportunities in schools and what benefits play brings to wellbeing, fitness and academic attainment