13/10/2023 to 14/10/2023

The Tes SEND Show takes place at the Business Design Centre, London on 13-14 October 2023 and is packed with free-to-attend features, CPD accredited seminars, the latest learning aids – and the entire community together under one roof


The Schools & Academies Show is the ultimate opportunity to gain valuable insights into the latest priorities that will shape education

24/01/2024 to 26/01/2024

On 24-26 January 2024, Bett is back at the ExCel London for the 38th edition of the world

Latest News from EB

Amegreen Children’s Services have opened a new school for children unable to go into mainstream education because of their extreme specialist needs in West Berkshire.

The Education Committee has published a report with a range of measures to reverse the trend of children’s absence from school, which has failed to return to pre-pandemic levels.

Dr Jo Saxton will be stepping down as chief regulator of Ofqual, leaving at the end of December to take up post as chief executive of UCAS in January 2024.

Eco-Schools is asking schools to sign up to the campaign, and pupils will then be provided with a dedicated checklist of the nine home-based actions to carry out 

Following an Ofsted review of PE, charity the Youth Sport Trust says that there needs to be fundamental change in the way we think about PE.

A new study from Public First has revealed a breakdown in parental attitudes to the idea of full-time school attendance in the years since the Coronavirus pandemic.

Ofsted has published a subject report looking at how music is being taught in England's schools, drawing on evidence from subject visits to a sample of primary and secondary schools.

Many teaching assistants in England are taking second jobs to supplement their income during the cost-of-living crisis, according to a new report.

Ofsted has published a subject report looking at how physical education is being taught in England’s schools, based on visits to a sample of primary and secondary schools.

The Children's Society's Good Childhood Report has revealed that 10% of the children aged 10 to 17 who completed the survey had low wellbeing