Practical assessments in computer science will no longer go towards pupils' GCSE grades from this summer or next, following concerns of malpractice. So what lead to this decision?
The planting of trees and bushes near schools to cut air pollution — so-called ‘barrier bushes’ — has been the subject of a growing debate in recent years. But what impact does it have?
Hannah Broadbent, deputy CEO of Childnet shares why it’s important than ever for all schools to make online safety a priority
Restore the Music UK is a newly launched charity which seeks to reinstate access to music for every child in primary and secondary schools across London
While there is around a one in 20 chance of a fire breaking out in a school, the 2017 Grenfell Tower fire has fuelled the debate about whether sprinklers should be mandatory in English schools
Humberside police have released a statement explaining that a number of schools across East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire received fake bomb threats this morning (19 March).
Parentkind, formerly PTA UK, has now joined up with Parent Councils UK to support schools directly to help engage their parents more effectively to achieve better educational outcomes for all children.
Andria Zafirakou, a teacher at a London School, has received this year’s Global Teacher Prize.
East Renfrewshire Council has spent £250,000 on over 900 ClassVR headsets for 30 primary and secondary schools.
More children across the country will get a healthy and nutritious breakfast to set them up for the school day, thanks to an investment of up to £26 million.
Three-quarters of school heads believe the attainment gap has started to close and almost all expect progress in the next five years as a result of national attainment funding, new research has shown.
School standards minister Nick Gibb has launched a government-funded programme designed to help schools in areas of greatest need.
New research shows that nearly half of UK girls (49 per cent) find STEM subjects too difficult to learn.
Neglected green spaces are less likely to be used, so with spring nearly here, now is the ideal time to plan the maintenance or redesign of those spaces
The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) will hold its annual conference at the Black Country Living Museum on Thursday 22nd November 2018.
Many schools are considering moving to Windows 10, but unsure of the benefits to education. RM Education discuss the top 10 benefits of starting your transition.
Set in the heart of the Cheshire countryside, this delightfully quirky and intimate venue, in addition to providing musical entertainment all year around, is available for external hire.
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