Bett 2024 was packed with innovation, attracting over 30,000 of the global education community to view the latest education technology and hear from inspiring figures and education professionals

Whilst taking a student group overseas may feel like a daunting prospect, school trips abroad can have far-reaching benefits. So how can you make sure your trip runs like clockwork?

Civil engineer and Youtuber Virtue Igbokwuwe is determined to challenge stereotypes in engineering. She shares her experience and gives her views on how schools can engage girls in engineering

New research from The Food Foundation shows what it’s really like to receive free school meals from the perspective of secondary school students

There are many measures – big and small – that schools can do to reduce their carbon footprint. Adam Flint, national manager of Eco-Schools England, explains how to make a positive impact

While traditional build processes are laced with hidden costs, delays and are highly disruptive – volumetric modular construction brings performance and programme certainty

Harriet Gill from charity Coram Life Education discusses the vital role effective PSHE education plays in supporting children’s mental health in primary schools

Both primary and secondary level teachers must be aware of potential harms to children online, and ensure that pupils and parents are educated about the risks, writes Mark Bentley

Technology is becoming increasingly central to education and improving computing provision within schools depends on several factors, says Becci Peters

Tony Ryan, chief executive officer of the Design and Technology Association, discusses the steps we can take to rejuvenate design and technology in our schools – and why it matters

Putting the needs of learners and staff at the heart of your digital strategy will allow your school community to fully reap the rewards of education technology

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

Why is the presence of Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) in buildings such a problem, and how are schools dealing with the issue? We examine the situation

While the government announces a u-turn on net zero pledges, schools are still trailblazing the journey to zero carbon, says Alex Green, head of the Let’s Go Zero campaign

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?


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