The Key's Caroline Doherty identifies some of the main developments likely to hit the sector

The WISE campaign says that the UK needs 30 per cent of women in STEM. Helen Wollaston looks at how we can encourage girls to choose STEM subjects and progress into STEM related careers

A Year 5 student using a Promethean ActivPanel at Torkington Primary School

The use of technology in education is evolving, driven as much by edtech’s own development as by schools’ requirements. Naace's Steve Moss sheds some light on the current edtech landscape

The payment supply workers receive will significantly inform how they feel about working with you and the children they teach, which is why mark up rates for agency staff are so important. Jenny Nugent from Crown Commercial Service explains further

How do you make the teaching environment comfortable, while limiting carbon emissions and keeping bills as low as possible? Alex Green from Ashden shares some tips

Adam Wainwright takes a look at some of the important things to consider when undergoing academy conversion and provides advice for avoiding some of the common problems

The 36th edition of Bett UK takes place on 22-25 January 2020 at ExCeL London – and with expanded content, it is an unmissable date in the global EdTech event calendar

Discovery Elementary School, Arlington, USA, c.Alan Karchner

When schools are designed, planners must consider their potential use outside of school hours, as well as how parents and members of the community will interact with them

National School Meals Week showed that school food has never been in better shape. However, new LACA chair Stephen Forster has highlighted three priorities to improve it further

Coeliac UK’s GF Accreditation scheme can help you implement safe kitchen processes to help ensure you deliver safe gluten free food to your pupils

Simply bringing about behaviour change within a school can cut its energy usage by ten per cent quickly and easily

To inspire schools to take up more sport, as well as improve vital allergy education, the Sadie Bristow Foundation was set up as legacy to Sadie, who tragically died of an extreme allergic reaction

Humphrey Davy School

The prospect of undertaking a modular building project can be daunting, therefore ESPO has created a guide and procurement framework to help schools navigate the modular building world

What can schools and educators do to break down the barriers for getting more girls and people from BAME backgrounds staying on STEM education pathways? EngineeringUK explores

With hundreds of schools having a fire each year, the fact that fewer than one in six new schools have a sprinkler system is worrying. Iain Cox from the Business Sprinkler Alliance explains

Alongside reports that a third of teachers plan to leave within five years, there are also widespread concerns about the health and wellbeing of those teachers who remain in the profession

On National STEM Day, IT industry experts share their thoughts on how STEM skills can be positively implemented into education

In September, edtech charity LGfL published its audit into school cyber security. Mark Bentley, LGfL safeguarding and cybersecurity manager, shares the report findings