The winners of nasen’s fifth annual Awards were revealed in a glittering celebration at the Waldorf Hilton in London on Friday.
Which new schools have been selected for the government's ten-year rebuilding programme, and how is the first batch of projects coming along?
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the issue of indoor air quality into sharper focus, as ventilation and air purification have been shown to reduce the spread of the virus
Tilden Watson, Zurich Municipal’s head of education, discusses new guidance for designing-in fire safety in schools, and shares practical tips for reducing fire risk
Nadhim Zahawi has written an open letter to the education sector, pledging to listen to teachers, beat Covid and improve outcomes for vulnerable and disadvantaged pupils.
New research from edtech provider Renaissance has revealed that over a quarter of teachers (27%) believe Covid-19 related disruption will be the biggest challenge this Autumn term.
A new set of free teaching resources designed in collaboration with the Met Office will help children aged 7-16 learn about climate change and its impact on their local area.
Existing COVID-19 safety mitigations in schools are to remain as pupils return after the October break, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
IKEA UK will engage with local schools and young people, encouraging them to sign up to ‘Let’s Go Zero’ and to make the changes needed to reach net zero.
A pilot education programme, which aims to include climate education in every subject on the curriculum, has been introduced to Scottish pupils this week.
A survey of parental attitudes to school meals has highlighted demand for more choices, more information about healthy meals and more reassurance about special diets and allergens.
According to various sources, walk-in vaccine clinics for 12- to 15-year-olds are expected to be established in England within weeks.
Most schools and academies use framework agreements to get best value for money on their goods and services, but there is so much more to frameworks than that.
Some twenty years on from the ban on asbestos in construction, its presence in many older school buildings remains a national problem, writes John McClean from the Joint Union Asbestos Campaign
The PE and Sport Premium will continue to be funded next year, with a £320 million investment, and any money leftover from the grant this year or last can be used by until 31 July 2022
Real-time airborne asbestos monitors and virus-killing air purifiers
Crescent Purchasing Consortium's Utilities and Supplies Framework is now recommended by the DfE. The framework provider, Dukefield Energy, undertakes all the work involved in Utilities contracting on behalf of education institutions.
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