Effective parental engagement is an important part of school life, as is making parents feel a part of their child’s development, writes headteacher, Tina Olivia

While schools are more likely to invest in technology that supports and enhances students’ learning, something that is often overlooked is using edtech to improve teachers’ own experiences

With the snap general election approaching fast, political parties are putting forward their pledges in a bid to gain as many votes as possible.

Following March’s Education Show, we asked several exhibitors what they thought about the current education system in the UK, including what is being done well and what they would change

With pupil numbers rising again in 2016, and the trend likely to continue for the next few years, researcher Beth Walton from The Key looks at what schools can do to manage a rising demand for places

Efficiency is a word brought up time and again when it comes to financial matters. But what does it really mean – and can it be applied in a school setting? A report by NASBM looks at how working more efficiently can make a big difference on budgets.

As the changes facing schools become more vast and intricate, it is crucial that schools build relationships and effectively engage with external influencers, says Emma Williams, executive director of PTA UK.

Performance management software will play an increasingly important role in maintaining and improving standards in UK schools, and can help managers to use their training budgets more effectively. Deputy head Maura Favell describes the impact it has made on The Polesworth School

Free schools have undergone a rapid rate of growth since their introduction just over three years ago and many are proving popular, as well as demonstrating early signs of strong performance. Natalie Evans, director of the New Schools Network, explains all there is to know about free schools

Charlie Taylor from the National College for Teaching and Leadership, finds out the Teaching Schools initiative has taken off

Over 1,800 school and children’s centre leaders gathered at the ICC Birmingham in June for the National College’s ninth annual leadership conference – the first since it merged with the Teaching Agency in April to become the National College for Teaching and Leadership

Well trained staff are key to a school’s achievement. The National Association of School Business Management explains how to make training accessible and affordable

Through simple changes and real desire for change, Perry Beeches has achieved the seemingly impossible; radically transforming behaviour and academic achievement without any extra funding

The National Association of School Business Management explains the process of converting to academy status, including an potential hurdles to overcome along the way

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