The week-long event, taking place 13-17 June 2022, aims to educate both teachers and students about sustainable food consumption, healthy eating habits and healthy lifestyles.

Justine Lee from the School Travel Forum discusses the benefits of residential school trips following the challenges of the pandemic, and highlights important Brexit-related travel changes

Trumpington Park Primary School took part in the Planning Learning Spaces in Practice pilot – an approach to learning space design which aligns learning environments with a school’s vision

Why aren’t all academy trusts taking the opportunity to spread deposits across banks paying higher interest? Education banking expert Ian Buss explains why schools may be reluctant

Empowering young people in schools to reduce energy use and encourage energy efficiency is key to addressing the climate emergency, writes Angela Howarth from the Energy Saving Trust

Don’t miss out on building your computing team with bursary-funded training, urges Victoria Temple from the National Centre for Computing Education

Education Business is hosting a new, online event on 12th May which will share expert advice to help education settings improve their indoor air quality

Mark Hardy presents new research showing that children’s access to community outdoor play spaces is a ‘postcode lottery’ and discusses how important it is that schools prioritise outdoor play

Taking place on 23-25 March at ExCeL London, Bett will provide educators with the space to discover the latest products, suppliers and EdTech trends both nationally and internationally

The Youth Sport Trust shares ideas on how schools can rebuild children’s activity levels and their love for PE following lockdowns

With more than 700 schools now using the new Computing Quality Framework, Victoria Temple talks to some of the pioneering schools about their success in technology

The lessons we have learned from the pandemic about how ventilation reduces the risk of diseases being spread around buildings will have positive implications for future generations

The Schools and Academies Show, taking place on 27 April in London, gives education professionals the opportunity to hear from top industry speakers on ways to tackle the challenges in the sector.

The upcoming SEND review will not be able to present a quick fix to the difficulties SEND families face, so what support networks are out there in the meantime for educators and SEND families?

The Let’s Go Zero campaign is supporting schools in their journey to becoming zero carbon by 2030, and now has more than 1,100 schools signed up. Suzanne Gibbon explains further

For the first time in the School Rebuilding Programme, additional evidence of a buildings’ condition need can be submitted by the responsible body. We examine the new process

How much can edtech help with pandemic recovery, from both an academic and wellbeing perspective? Lord Jim Knight of Weymouth investigates

Schools are being urged to do all they can to increase ventilation, as well as adopt air purification technology, in an effort to combat the spread of Covid-19