Malcolm Groves and John West-Burnham offer a radical re-think on traditional approaches to school improvement, focusing on the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children in society

It is estimated that three children in an average-size classroom will have a mental health problem. How is this being tackled?

Outdoor play facilities that schools provide are an increasingly important tool in tackling children’s inactivity, says Mark Hardy, chair of the Association of Play Industries

With the DfE announcing that the new School Building Programme will focus on modern methods of construction – the shift towards factory-based building methods has been verified

Charity CPL Group shares its ethos of giving back to education and highlights future funding and support opportunities available

One of the greatest challenges for schools is balancing the need to create an open and stimulating environment whilst ensuring that people and equipment are protected

With mounting evidence linking poor air quality – both indoors and outdoors – to poor respiratory problems in children, we look at what schools can do to tackle the problem

When it comes to tomorrow’s school buildings, the concept of ‘passive design’ could help lower bills and fight the climate crisis while keeping staff and students happy and comfortable

With four in 10 children leaving primary school overweight or obese, now more than ever, schools need to place good food at the centre of pupil’s plates, curriculum and wider learning

With the growing coverage surrounding climate change, younger generations are rapidly becoming aware of the relevance STEM subjects hold in everyday life, writes Jane Dowden

From Snapchat to WhatsApp, Jenny Moore from The Key explains how to be clear on the threats that apps can pose pupils.

From exam papers, reports and classroom photos to financial details and safeguarding assessments, schools hold a vast amount of student data. So how should they successfully protect such information?

An interview with Dr Bill Mitchell, director of policy at BCS, who was awarded an OBE in the New Year’s Honours for services to Computing and Artificial Intelligence in Education

By the academic year 2021/22, more than 385,000 additional pupils will be entering England’s primary and secondary school system, creating a need for extra classrooms, writes Mark Robinson

What should the government focus on for the next five years in education? Leora Cruddas, chief executive of the Confederation of School Trusts, suggests four policy priorities

The Key's Caroline Doherty identifies some of the main developments likely to hit the sector

The WISE campaign says that the UK needs 30 per cent of women in STEM. Helen Wollaston looks at how we can encourage girls to choose STEM subjects and progress into STEM related careers

A Year 5 student using a Promethean ActivPanel at Torkington Primary School

The use of technology in education is evolving, driven as much by edtech’s own development as by schools’ requirements. Naace's Steve Moss sheds some light on the current edtech landscape