• The world’s biggest educational technology event returned to the London ExCeL for four days of innovation and excitement on 20-23 January. Education Business reveals it’s highlights reel.

  • With teacher recruitment and retention currently posing difficult issues, the Education Support Partnership discusses why it remains important to look beyond the destressing headlines.

  • Significant investment in Flanders in the run-up to the 2014-2018 Centenary Commemorations means that the area has more to offer pupils than ever before in their experience of WW1 cultural heritage.

  • Initiatives to use LED lighting in schools can help increase efficiency. Eco-schools analyses the ways that schools can reduce their energy consumption and become more eco-minded.

  • With many changes having taken place over the last few years, teachers should be aware of where they stand with their pensions. John Adams of the Pensions Policy Institute explains why.

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Improvements in state schools mean that many parents who could afford private education are instead choosing the state sector, according to the Good Schools Guide.

Schools lack the resources to provide adequate support to students suffering from mental issues, the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) has warned.

Over half of schools have opted to not offer the best performing teachers a pay rise of two per cent, a survey has found.

The government has announced it will provide a further £25 million in funding for colleges and training providers to deliver 16-18 apprenticeships.

A survey conducted by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) and the National Union of Teachers (NUT) found that nearly one in 12 teachers have been denied a pay rise in accordance with the performance-related pay (PRP) system.

 Features

The world’s biggest educational technology event returned to the London ExCeL for four days of innovation and excitement on 20-23 January. Education Business reveals it’s highlights reel.

Addressing security in the education sector

Security in schools is a complex issue. With no formal strategy in place for English schools, Stuart Naisbett of IPSA discusses the difficulties security poses and how best to initiate security policy.

With teacher recruitment and retention currently posing difficult issues, the Education Support Partnership discusses why it remains important to look beyond the destressing headlines.

Significant investment in Flanders in the run-up to the 2014-2018 Centenary Commemorations means that the area has more to offer pupils than ever before in their experience of WW1 cultural heritage.

Finding the right note in music education

Taking place on 25-26 February 2016, the Music Education Expo is Europe’s largest conference and exhibition for anyone involved in music education.

 Education Events

25/02/2016 to 26/02/2016

A free two-day conference and exhibition for music teachers with a wide range of CPD sessions, a host of related exhibitors and many Expo Extras.

17/03/2016 to 19/03/2016

The Education Show is the UK's leading event for the promotion and development of all learning and teaching.

25/01/2016 to 27/01/2016

The future of education is all about access, “anywhere learning” and collaboration, both locally and globally.

20/01/2016 to 23/01/2016

The world’s leading learning technology event returns to London’s Excel Centre on 20-23 January 2016, providing visitors the chance to preview the latest technological innovations for education.