David Cameron has declared it "absolutely vital" to the country's success that maths, science and computing are taught in the "modern way".
Councils had to spend more than £22m covering the costs of schools converting to academy status in the last two years, even though they are moving free from local authority control and are funded from Whitehall.
Launching Ofsted’s annual reports on December 10, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw has warned that the gap in performance between primary and secondary schools in England is widening.
A new Department for Education study shows that higher rates of achievement at GCSE level are delivering benefits to the economy.
The government’s Priority School Building Programme has seen 14 schools completed, with 59 currently under construction. Education Business looks at some newly-opened school buildings
Technology is constantly evolving and it can be a challenge for schools to stay abreast with the latest innovations and changes to the curriculum. Mark Chambers, CEO of NAACE, shares his advice on what schools should do when developing an ICT strategy within their organisation
What is the value of residential sports tours and are they a factor in high achieving schools? The School Travel Forum’s Ian Pearson investigates
A modern approach to HR, such as that adopted at the David Young Community Academy in Leeds, can help raise attainment and deliver financial savings by paving the way for outstanding teaching and learning. The Independent Academies Association reports
During 2014, working as a partner company with BioCote®, Decorative Panels Lamination launched a range of commercially available sheet materials that offers exceptional abrasion and antibacterial properties.
With the school rebuilding and repairs programme in England being allocated £2bn to fund the next phase between 2015 and 2021, plus Scotland’s Schools for the Future programme benefitting from a further £230 million funding announced in October 2014, local authorities are working hard to deliver high quality, well designed and sustainable schools for the years to come.
Many schools are looking to fill the teacher shortage with substitute and temporary teachers. But to do this, they have to navigate a sea of changeable statutory and regulatory conditions, writes David Geary, Education Policy Adviser at the Recruitment & Employment Confederation
Marbling 4 Fun kit enables most individuals to print onto any natural or textured surface, with exceptionally sharp details and quick drying results, in the safety of your own environment.
Mexa Thermal Systems is the UK’s leading Mobile Cook Station manufacturer. We have over 30 years of experience developing and manufacturing equipment for schools, colleges and universities. All the Cook Station range comply with the European British Standard EN 60335-2-6, there is no safer Cook Stations on the market [ ... ]
School trips to North Wales provide children with much more than an enriching educational experience. They leave lasting memories. Memories that encourage, motivate and inspire.
The GCL range of robust lightboxes manufactured from aluminium attractive two tone powdered coated finish are a valuable aid to all artwork preparation.
Auditory-actions is a teaching/consultancy designed to offer practical support, strategies and individual programmes to schools to meet their duties in line with the SEND reform.
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