There is a lot of focus this year on STEM in schools, with the ‘Year of Engineering’ drawing to a close. So what better time to give 3D printing a go? We reviewed the Dremel DigiLab

With research showing that 70 per cent of state-funded schools in England are not ‘fit for purpose’, Education Business examines the extent of the problem and what is being done to address it

This year we have seen some bold statements focusing on food as childhood obesity’s biggest issue. Chris Wright discusses a renewed focus and the role sport can play

National School Meals Week takes takes place this week and will see a host of events celebrating all that is great about a healthy school meal. Here’s what is happening

Following the collapse of Carillion, Oxfordshire County Council brought the catering service for its 54 primary schools in-house and gave it a major rebrand. Gail Witchell explains the processs

As the new academic year begins, it is time to start thinking about the new and exciting technology that will help enhance teaching and learning at Bett 2019

The UK’s leading education buildings and learning spaces event is back on 16-17 October at Manchester Central, with over 100 exhibitors and speakers, five stages and seven interactive feature areas

Is learning outside the classroom part of your strategy to improve the outcomes for pupilsl? If not, it should be, writes Kim Somerville, from the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom

Research shows that many school and academies are opening up their doors to the community in order to raise much needed funds. Education Business investigates this trend

From finding funding, securing approvals and getting the design right, to making sure there is minimum disruption, there is plenty to consider when developing a brand new sports facility

Careful preparation can help a school or academy’s budget go further by gaining the best value for money, as well as other benefits such as a reduction in administrative time and increased safety

A well-designed lighting scheme, incorporating both natural and electric lighting, will help to create a pleasant learning environment, writes Iain Carlile, President of CIBSE’s Society of Light and Lighting

EduTech Show 2018 is at the cutting edge of the changes happening in the digital and educational world. Here’s a closer look at some of the event’s keynote speakers

LACA is working to ensure that the school food industry is playing its part in tackling childhood obesity. Michael Hales, LACA chair, explains how

Funding cuts, curriculum changes and increased accountability mean that teachers are squeezed tighter and pushed further every day. But there are things that can be done to ease that pressure

Kingsgate Primary School. Credit Tim Crocker

The National RIBA Awards celebrate architectural excellence across the UK, and this year, several educational buildings were selected. Education Business takes a look at the winning schools

GCSE Computer Science grades are improving, but BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, says more needs to be done to support teachers and pupils in this subject to improve uptake

Jenny Williams, Commercial Director at the Department for Education

The start of a new school year provides us the ideal opportunity to challenge and break our buying habits, writes Jennifer Williams, commercial director at the Department for Education