30/04/2024 to 02/05/2024

The UK’s premier event dedicated to improving occupational health and safety standards – The Health & Safety Event returns to the NEC in Birmingham on 30 April – 2 May 2024. 

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Deputy prime minister Oliver Dowden and education secretary Gillian Keegan yesterday (17 April) hosted a roundtable to harness the benefits of technologies like AI could have for the education sector.

Multi-academy trusts (MATs) should create the role of "director of SEND" to help with inclusion, report from National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) has suggested.

Almost half of the British public believes a lack of IT and tech education throughout primary and secondary school has been a barrier to a potential career in tech, new research from BAE Systems’ Digital Intelligence has revealed.

A Welsh council has said that children may not be accepting free school meals because they prefer ultra-processed foods.

Four winning schools across the UK have been announced as winners in the IKEA-Let's Go Zero sustainable schools’ competition.

Only one per cent of primary teachers think their students have adequate financial skills, a report from think tank Social Market Foundation (SMF) has found. 

Almost one third of parents feel their children's education has been negatively impacted by school funding cuts, according to Parentkind.

Over 90 per cent of children excluded at primary school don't pass GCSE English and Maths, research from Chance UK has found.

A partnership between the Scottish Government and the Scottish Football association is supporting low-income families with before-school, after-school and holiday activities for around 2,700 children each week.

Charity Speakers for Schools found that half of students in the state sector leave school without any work experience – yet this is used a third of the time to assess applications at universities.