The government, local authorities and developers need to make a concerted effort to work collaboratively to meet pupil place demand, according to a report from Scape Group

School breaktimes are much shorter than they were two decades ago, meaning children are missing out on opportunities to play, make friends, develop social skills and exercise.

Every school will have the opportunity to take part in ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’ between 24 to 28 June to celebrate the power of PE and school sport to improve young people’s wellbeing.

From 'walking buses' to road closures, schools across the country took action to reduce their impact on air pollution on Clean Air Day

From educating pupils about the dangers of false alarms, to considering the flammability of paper display boards, fire safety in schools is more complex than you think

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Getting children engaged in technical subjects from an early age is one way to improve the STEM skills gap. Our expert panel from KidZania London discuss

The ‘share of savings’ cost model from procurement consultants is designed to enable the buyer to pay no upfront costs but instead pay a percentage of the savings that are achieved

Cricket at St Josephs

A new Pitch Grading Framework from the Institute of Groundsmanship will allow schools to showcase the quality of their sports turf facilities, as well as the expertise of their grounds teams

On 4 July this year, schools from the primary, secondary and independent sectors will once again be recognised for innovation and leadership in the 12th Education Business Awards

Many schools built between the 1950s and 1980s may contain asbestos, so how can they ensure people aren’t exposed to it? Fiona Riley from IOSH explores the issue

LACA’s Main Event will focus on creating a healthy and sustainable future for school food, recognising the important part school caterers play in delivering this to their students each day

Mill Strand Integrated School. Credit Deidre Doherty

The Wildlife Trust’s ‘30 Days Wild’ initiative challenges everyone to get outside and do something with nature and wildlife every day in June. Here's how to get involved

Liz Anderson, chief executive officer of the Djanogly Learning Trust

The debate around academies tends to focus on the potential shortcomings without always considering some of the benefits. Liz Anderson from the Djanogly Learning Trust, shares her experience

The government wants to ensure the education sector can take advantage of the opportunities available through technology and its EdTech Strategy outlines the support it will give schools

Samantha Mann shares the information that is needed to ensure the successful delivery of a timely and accurate payroll service for the 2019-20 tax year

The Youth Sport Trust’s Ali Oliver believes the ‘sugar tax’ offers a once in a lifetime chance to transform PE – but warns it must be used wisely

Public Health England's report into air quality highlights the need to reduce air pollution in the vicinity of schools. So what measures can be taken to decrease children's exposure to pollutants

If a fire detector isn’t installed correctly, it might work when tested, but might not actually activate in the event of a fire. The Fire Industry Association explains what you need to know

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