New powers to impose tough classroom discipline and immediately sack school leaders at failing state schools would be introduced under Conservative plans to rescue 500 failing English schools, David Cameron has announced.
A trial is getting underway to discover whether starting school later in the morning could boost academic achievement among teenagers.
Liberal Democrats will press for first aid to be included in the national curriculum so every child has the right to know how to save a life.
School days should be made longer to boost pupils’ performance rather than sticking to the “traditional” hours, the Government says.
The British Educational Suppliers Association’s (BESA) Caroline Wright outlines a hopeful future for schools as investment in this key area appears to be on the increase
The 2014 Education Business Awards honoured schools, academies and colleges from all over the country that have taken innovative steps towards achieving excellence for pupils
Performance management software will play an increasingly important role in maintaining and improving standards in UK schools, and can help managers to use their training budgets more effectively. Deputy head Maura Favell describes the impact it has made on The Polesworth School
Learning technology association Naace offers two examples of schools where investment in ICT education has helped deliver a curriculum that engages and inspires pupils
iBoardTouch is the leading and fastest growing interactive touchscreen screen manufacturer in the UK.
Howletts and Port Lympne Reserve, near Ashford offer a wild and educational day out for schools, like no other.
In Sept 2014, ICT as a National Curriculum Subject was replaced by Computing. As per the ‘Computing in the National Curriculum, A guide for Secondary Teachers’ it’s described as: ‘Computing is concerned with how computers and computer systems work, how they are designed and programmed, how to apply computational thinking, and how to make the best use of information technology’.
We have been providing a varied range of high quality, freshly prepared pack lunches and breakfast packs for tour operators and organised tour groups since 1998.
Do you want an engaging and interactive classroom experience for children of all ages? Emotion Robotics’ NAO robot solutions can provide just that.
You may never have heard of CKL, but it has been designing, manufacturing, importing and distributing much of the UK’s school uniforms for decades.
The StudyBed Company manufactures a range of bespoke school furniture including the StudyBed, the ConverTable, wardrobes, storage units, drawers and mattresses.
Integral LED is a UK based supplier of innovative LED technology products and is part of a group that has been distributing and manufacturing technology products since 1989.
Proactive have been providing Audio Visual solutions in classrooms and meeting rooms throughout East Anglia (incorporating East Midlands and South East of England) for over ten years.