Despite the government funding £150 million a year on PE and sport premium funding, research revealed by the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has shown that 38 per cent of primary schools have a poor provision of play equipment.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) have committed to support the construction of 11 new schools across the North West of England, as part of the Priority School Building Programme.
A new History GCSE syllabus from exam board AQA will for the first time include topics covering the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan alongside the more familiar topics of Elizabethan England and the World Wars.
A think tank's pre-election report has claimed that schools face up to 12 per cent real-terms cuts over the next parliament, regardless of which party triumphs.
The Naace Impact Awards, which were announced on 26 March, recognise the schools and individuals that use technology to achieve the greatest possible impact on learners
Why, in today’s technology driven society, have all schools not gone completely cashless? Caroline Wright, director of the British Educational Suppliers Association, examines the situation
With the Priority School Building Programme in full swing, Education Business looks at some of the schools that have opened, and reports on a new funding stream coming from Europe
Ian Bauckham of the Association of School and College Leaders explains the thinking behind the new headteacher standards and the role they play in the emerging school-led and self-improving system
- Educating for the future
- It’s not just what you eat but where you eat it
- Outdoor learning at school and beyond
- Developing minds and bodies
- Musical inspiration
- Fighting bacteria in the classroom
- Who’s in charge of it?
- Making school buildings a priority
- The fabric of design
- Introducing teachers to computational thinking
Recent scandals in Rotherham, Sheffield and Oxfordshire concerning the systematic abuse of children and the multi-agency failures to listen to them and take their concerns seriously, have brought the need for rigorous and effective safeguarding procedures back into our collective conscience.
Amazing Interactives Ltd was set up to develop and supply next generation 3D software/hardware installations for the Education, Theatre, Visitor Attractions, and Medical sectors.
Recent improvements to facilities at Huddersfield University include four new buildings, amongst them a new sports hall, Dean’s office and corporate suite.
Every school regardless of the country it operates in needs to ensure that it has a robust recruitment strategy in place. The ability to meet the challenges of running an effective school relies so heavily on the quality of talented individuals within.
The international group of companies 3B Scientific specializes in the manufacturing and marketing of didactic material for scientific and medical education and provides a wide range of products in these fields.
The ChildProtectionCompany.com provides a range of safeguarding services for individuals and organisations in line with current child protection and vulnerable adult legislation.
Learning Cultures design and deliver high quality continuing professional development (CPD) for schools.
Smart Graffiti is the distributor for the Smart Graffiti product range of graffiti removers and associated products.
The Nursery Kitchen Ltd began life as Katy Elliott Catering where Katy provided frozen lunches to children’s day nurseries and to pensioners.
Schools UK Staff Absence Insurance including Wellbeing, HR and Occupational Health as standard
Simply put, Citation help your school stay protected. As Health & Safety, HR and Employment Law experts, they provide advice and support that's tailored to the education sector.
University of Greenwich CPD education programmes could be the key to your career success
Food Teacher Centre is vibrant on-line community of food teachers supported by experienced Associates.