Richard Martin provides a blueprint for building an effective IT strategy for schools, with an outline of the key components and considerations

Tackling climate change has been embedded into the growth and training of staff at the Learning in Harmony Trust. Gary Wilkie, the Trust’s CEO, discusses how this has been achieved

The education sector has paid tribute to the Queen, following her passing away on 7th September, at 96 years old.

The school run contributes considerably to pollution levels around schools. To combat this, schools should encourage an active, safe, and green commute to school

The UK’s record-breaking heatwave in July has intensified the focus on how temperature, humidity, and air quality is controlled in buildings, according to the Building Engineering Services Association

Richard Hipkiss, development director of the Modular and Portable Building Association (MPBA) makes a case for volumetric manufactured buildings in shaping a net zero future

Following Ofsted’s recent subject research review into computing, STEM Learning’s primary specialist Rachel Jackson looks at the key findings and suggests how schools can address them

There is widespread confusion among children and adults about which foods do and do not count towards your 5-a-day or provide certain nutrients, according to a survey by the British Nutrition Foundation

School buildings are often used for events, but how can health and safety be assured when these take place? Jeanette Harris explains

Dr Fiona Aubrey-Smith shares the questions to ask and how to challenge the evidence, to ensure edtech purchases fit the requirements of a school

Walford Nursery and Primary School in Herefordshire

Walford Nursery and Primary School in the tiny village of Walford might be in an idyllic rural location, but it’s also leading the way in computing education. Victoria Temple explains

Lisa Fathers from the Bright Futures Educational Trust shares some of the methods, ways of working, and successful programmes that make a difference to boosting recruitment and retention in schools

Like the physical aspects in a school – fences, gates and buildings – a school’s digital estate needs to be secured to protect students, staff and the school from cyber threats, writes the NCSC's Sarah Lyons

Emma Hollis, executive director of the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers, examines developments in the Initial Teacher Training market

From 2025, students will be able to study a brand-new GCSE in natural history. Mark Castle from the Field Studies Council explains why it marks a clear turning point for outdoor education

Find out who's made the shortlist for the Education Business Awards 2022 on 15 June


With digital attacks on schools rising, Gareth Jelley from edtech charity LGfL-The National Grid for Learning, shares his top tips on how to improve cyber security in schools