EB Award winner James Eldon, principal at Manchester Academy, shares his ethos and approach to leading the school

How can the teacher recruitment crisis be tackled longer term? Emma Hollis unpicks some proposed and existing policy strategies

Nasen’s Anna Speke shares how education settings can provide the best possible academic and holistic provision for all learners, including those with additional needs

Are you up to date with the latest EdTech trends transforming the teaching and learning experience? Visit Bett 2024 at the ExCeL in London on 24-26 January for everything you need to know

Generative AI is one of those rare moments in time when technological acceleration is reshaping and redefining everything going forward. So what impact will it have on education?

Drama and creative learning can enhance crucial skills – such as creative and analytical thinking, that employees seek in the future. So how can drama be embedded across your primary school?

With the recent focus on unsafe school buildings, Jackie Maginnis discusses how a volumetric approach to construction can help remedy the situation and fast-track new build projects

What can teachers do to help inform parents and carers about the latest risks and online harms? Mubina Asaria shares some advice

It’s been hard to ignore the buzz around generative AI since the launch of ChatGPT last November. But what are the pros and cons of using AI in education? Claire Penketh reports

Despite a ban on the use of asbestos in buildings, the risks associated with this material have not gone. Steve Sadley​ from the Asbestos Removal Contractors Association, discusses the scale of the problem in schools

How is the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme assisting the education sector when it comes to reducing emissions and becoming energy efficient?

Learning outside the classroom has the most impact when it is delivered regularly and embedded within the curriculum. But it doesn’t have to be extravagant or expensive to have an impact

A new £10 million partnership between Green Future Investments and Let’s Go Zero will bring advice to individual schools, while also unlocking finance at scale from the public and private sectors

The Education Business Awards continue to recognise and celebrate the hard work and dedication of the education sector. With new categories added this year, we take a look at this year’s inspirational winners

In today’s technologically-driven world, children’s access to outdoor play opportunities has significantly diminished. School play opportunities are therefore vital, writes API's Mark Hardy

A recent report has highlighted that schools are cutting back on school trips due to stretched finances and pressed timetables. But in the face of widening educational inequality and declining mental wellbeing, the benefits of school trips have never been more needed, writes Justine Lee from the School Travel Forum

Childhood illnesses can spread faster in educational environments, particularly amongst younger children. It is therefore crucial to ensure a clean, hygienic and safe environment for all, writes IOSH’s Carina Kennedy

With STEM forming such a vital role in our society – especially as the UK works towards its net-zero ambitions – it is crucial that all young people have access to hands-on STEM experiences at school, writes Dan Powell, head of Neon at EngineeringUK