Outdoor learning and school trips have a crucial role to play in helping children recover from the pandemic - not just academically, but mentally, socially and physically

Schools must still provide immediate remote learning to pupils who need to self-isolate. Stephanie Glenister from The Key explains how schools across the country are nailing this

Despite pressure to increase classroom time for catch-up learning, schools need to continue to support and value the role of play in education recovery, writes author Thérèse Hoyle

Presented live online by celebrity host Jeff Brazier on 8 July, the Education Business Awards, sponsored by Philips, recognised the outstanding work, commitment and achievements of
schools and academies across the country

The pandemic has shown just how much digital skills are now a vital part of education, and are increasingly in demand from employers. Teachers can get ahead with NCCE’s Summer of Computing

The enhanced levels of cleaning and hygiene practiced at schools during the pandemic will likely help reduce sickness levels for other infections that often spike each winter, writes Tony Sullivan

If you empower your kitchen teams to make food from scratch, you will soon have happier staff and pupils. Danielle Glavin from Chefs in Schools explains how this can be achieved

The latest innovations in computing education and digital skills will be celebrated with a fortnight long programme of free online events, opening on Monday 21 June.

As part of the government’s climate targets, the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme has been launched to cut harmful emissions from public sector buildings, including schools

The Social Value Act places a duty on contracting authorities to consider how to improve the social, economic and/or environmental wellbeing of the community when procuring service contracts

Fiona Riley, Chair of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health’s Education Group, looks at the changes in health and safety brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, along with the latest advice

Outdoor play is vital for children’s physical, mental and emotional health, and post-lockdown, outdoor play at school will be essential in helping children to recover, writes Mark Hardy

Computing Hubs are part of a programme to deliver a world-class computing education in all schools in England. So what does it mean to be a Computing Hub school, and what impact do they have?

As spring progresses, schools should review their green-space maintenance and management plans to understand which works should be taking place over the next quarter

A smart classroom is a learning space designed to offer endless possibilities for individual learning needs, taking into consideration pedagogical, environmental and digital factors

Cashless payment systems have moved on from simply being a means to pay for school food or trips, to becoming fully integrated data solutions - with some surprising benefits, writes Julia Garvey

Throughout the pandemic, EdTech has played a central role in supporting blended learning. It is now worth considering how it can help effectively address lost-learning and ensure pupil wellbeing