• We look at newly announced measures to increase the number of good school places, including a new wave of Free School applications and support and funding to expand good grammar and faith schools

  • Premier League Primary Stars, which has recently celebrated its first birthday, is one example of how the Premier League and its clubs use the power of football to inspire young people to be active

  • With figures showing that asbestos is still not being managed enough across schools, the IATP's Paul Beaumont shares some advice on what should be done

  • CIBSE's Ashley Bateson considers the changing regulations around ventilation in schools and what they will mean for air quality and the comfort of pupils

  • Chris Wright, head of wellbeing at the Youth Sport Trust, discusses how a Greater Manchester collaboration could create a blueprint for addressing the decline in young people’s wellbeing

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New pre-key stage standards aim to support transition to national curriculum

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Rural councils call for fairer deal as school transport services scaled back

England’s rural councils warn it is becoming increasingly difficult to fund free school transport

Ofsted needs better information, says National Audit Office report

NAO report says Ofsted is unable to demonstrate value for money; Government needs to clarify inspection role and resource it accordingly

Photo by Dave McGowan from the Londonist Flickr pool

Some of London’s most polluted primary schools will share a new £1 million fund from the Mayor of London, following detailed air quality audits in

Grammar school plan unlikely to improve children’s outcomes, says IOE report

Author John Jerrim: "The money the government is planning to spend on grammar school expansion is unlikely to bring benefits for young people."

Ready to Ride offers free bike training through schools

British Cycling and HSBC UK, in partnership with the Youth Sport Trust, aim to ensure that every child in the UK is given the opportunity to learn to ride a bike.

Public Health England (PHE) has published its first assessment on the government’s sugar reduction programme, which has the aim of reducing childhood obesity.

Schools with a mix of pupils from different ethnicities create pupils with more positive feelings towards other cultures, according to a new study

 Features

We look at newly announced measures to increase the number of good school places, including a new wave of Free School applications and support and funding to expand good grammar and faith schools

Premier League Primary Stars, which has recently celebrated its first birthday, is one example of how the Premier League and its clubs use the power of football to inspire young people to be active

With figures showing that asbestos is still not being managed enough across schools, the IATP's Paul Beaumont shares some advice on what should be done

CIBSE's Ashley Bateson considers the changing regulations around ventilation in schools and what they will mean for air quality and the comfort of pupils

Chris Wright, head of wellbeing at the Youth Sport Trust, discusses how a Greater Manchester collaboration could create a blueprint for addressing the decline in young people’s wellbeing

Malcolm Drakes, Broadford Primary

From Special Measures in 2012, to Outstanding in 2014, Broadford Primary was awarded TES’s Primary School of the Year last year. Malcolm Drakes explains the school’s remarkable journey

 Education Events

12/10/2018

With continued pressure on school funding, how are schools bridging the gap in CPD provision?