The world’s biggest educational technology event returned to the London ExCeL for four days of innovation and excitement on 20-23 January. Education Business reveals it’s highlights reel.
The Education Show returns on the 17-19 March for three days of innovation, ideas and insight, all under one roof. Education Business looks forward to the event.
Healthy Schools London is an Awards Programme that will reach out to every London child, working with schools to improve children and young people’s well‑being. Here, Alison Stafford gives an insight to the work being done.
HEALTH & WELL-BEING
Babcock Education describes why happy and healthy staff will have a positive impact on the learning outcomes of children, and how measuring health and well-being can be a schools greatest asset
Recognising the need to attract a greater talent pool into engineering, Jenny Karlsson of Engineering UK analyses why studying STEM is important and discusses the best ways in which schools can widen the talent pool
Chief executive of nasen, Jane Friswell, offers her advice to schools on developing and engaging in a holistic approach to mental health and well-being
Education Business analyses the Department for Education’s 'Effective buying for your school' guidance
Effective asset management is becoming a vital tool to sustain high quality education. Navil Shetty, Andy Green and Terry Stocks of the Institute of Asset Management, offer recommendations for asset management in schools
Education Business revisits how effective the School Food Plan has been in improving the quality of food in English schools
Academies continue to be the topic of choice on the educational agenda. David Simms of The National Foundation for Educational Research analyses how a clear vision of long term outcomes can shape their future
DESIGN & BUILD
In the school of the future the environment will adapt to how children want to learn. The rpa:group’s Darryl Beck investigates how schools can create a place where students feel they belong
Organising a school trip can be a complicated and unnerving task. The School Travel Forum’s Ian Pearson discusses the reasons why school trips needn’t be such a daunting prospect for teachers