• Technology is changing all the time. But what remains the same is the need for an IT strategy that considers the desired outcomes for learners and teachers, writes Neil Watkins from Think IT

  • The recent cyber attack on the NHS showed the disruption that can be caused when systems go down. With schools increasingly relying on technology and the internet, what can they do to protect themselves and the data they hold?

  • Kim Somerville, campaign coordinator for Learning Away, explains what pupils, teachers and schools can gain from high-quality residential experiences over the winter months

  • With the threat level in the United Kingdom remaining high, James Kelly, chief executive of the British Security Industry Association, discusses lockdown procedures

  • With research revealing that online radicalisation of pupils is the top concern troubling IT professionals in schools, Dr Sangeet Bhullar, founder of Wise Kids, shares ways to approach the issue

 Latest News

Over 78 per cent of parents believe the cost of sending children to a state school is increasing, new research shows.

Ofsted has launched a consultation seeking views on proposals aimed at bringing greater clarity to the short inspection process.

Over 100 schools from 18 London boroughs will be marking World Car Free Day today, 22 September, by encouraging parents and carers to substitute their car journeys to school with walking or cycling.

The amount of pupils taking GCSE arts subjects has declined to the lowest level in a decade, The Telegraph has reported.

The learning of Spanish and German to be promoted in Wales

The education secretary Kirsty Williams has launched The Welsh headquarters of organisations that promote Spanish and German.

The Department for Education (DfE) is offering schools the chance to save on tablets, laptops and desktop devices.

Inquiry into Alternative Provision launched by Education Committee

The House of Commons education committee has launched an inquiry into alternative provision.

Three in 10 primary teachers did not get any support in teaching science, according to a study commissioned by the Wellcome Trust.

LocatED, a private company that was established by the Department for Education last year to produce new sites for free schools, has announced its first project.

Ofqual has announced that the next annual National Reference Test will be held between 19 February and 2 March next year.

 Features

Technology is changing all the time. But what remains the same is the need for an IT strategy that considers the desired outcomes for learners and teachers, writes Neil Watkins from Think IT

The recent cyber attack on the NHS showed the disruption that can be caused when systems go down. With schools increasingly relying on technology and the internet, what can they do to protect themselves and the data they hold?

Kim Somerville, campaign coordinator for Learning Away, explains what pupils, teachers and schools can gain from high-quality residential experiences over the winter months

With the threat level in the United Kingdom remaining high, James Kelly, chief executive of the British Security Industry Association, discusses lockdown procedures

With research revealing that online radicalisation of pupils is the top concern troubling IT professionals in schools, Dr Sangeet Bhullar, founder of Wise Kids, shares ways to approach the issue

Following the tragic events in London and Manchester, schools have been cancelling school trips, both nationally and abroad.

Unleashing the potential of EdTech

The start of a new school year is a favourable time to review technology trends in education and consider those that will help you achieve learning and teaching goals, writes BESA's Caroline Wright

Many primary schools in London are located where NO2 pollution exceed EU limits. Hackney Council has started a new School Street initiative to encourage walking and cycling to school

Sustainable School Cleaning

Schools are increasingly looking to employ more sustainable cleaning processes as part of their commitment to the environment. Tim Knappett from Keep Britain Tidy/Eco Schools explains how

Many schools are having to think of alternative ways to generate funds into schools amid budget cuts, from hosting weddings to setting up nurseries. Education Business explores this trend

 Education Events

06/10/2017 to 07/10/2017

Edutech show is set to launch this autumn at Olympia, London on 6-7 October.