On 29-31 March 2023, Bett is back at ExCeL London for three days of inspiring content, networking and product discovery

Poor air quality can impact pupils’ concentration levels and their health, so it is important to understand what is in school air and how to improve it. To do this, the SAMHE project has been launched - and is recruiting schools to take part

Research has found that simple air quality measures – such as air purifiers, no car zones and green screens – can cut outdoor and indoor exposure of toxins in and around schools by almost half

Glebe Farm School is Milton Keynes’ first fossil-free new build school. It’s so ‘green’ that it’s been removed from the grid and even its Bunsen burners are powered without gas. Headteacher Matthew Shotton explains the project

The DfE’s Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy included many positive new policies. But did it go far enough? Suzanne Gibbon from the Let’s Go Zero campaign shares her views

The Schools & Academies Show will return this November to unite school leaders and provide them with leading content, sector updates and practical resources to ensure efficiency is at the forefront of each operation

Jim Mulholland, director at TODD Architects, discusses what good inclusive design practice in education looks like and the importance of promoting inclusive learning across all settings

News highlighting football inequality in schools has prompted calls for better access to the sport for females, following the Lionesses’ success at the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022

Understanding the UK requirements for fire safety in schools can be challenging. Will Lloyd and Neil Budd, technical managers at the Fire Industry Association, explains what schools need to know.

Our expert panelists discuss the difficulty schools are experiencing when recruiting teachers and other vacancies, as well as advice on how schools can attract and retain an excellent and diverse workforce

With the new school year in full swing, the School Travel Forum writes about the value of school trips in the Autumn term

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