Fire risk for schools is reported to be almost double that of other non-residential buildings. Yet sprinkler systems are still not mandatory for all schools in England

Around 700,000 children in England are studying in schools that require major rebuilding or repair work, a new National Audit Office report on the condition of school buildings has revealed

Emma Hollis from the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers takes on the teacher recruitment and retention debate

Thousands of education leaders descended on the ExCeL in London to attend the Schools & Academies Show 2023, to meet, discuss and tackle current and future challenges faced by the education sector.

This year’s National School Sports Week is aiming to get more children ‘playing for fun, playing for 60’ between 19 and 25 June

With an increase in the number of cyber attacks on educational settings, we examine the range of free tools and resources available for schools to improve their resilience

Bett 2023 was a hub for innovation, showcasing the latest education technology and hosting packed conference theatres led by inspiring figures and leading education professionals

EdTech can save schools time and money whilst transforming teaching and learning. But it takes time to get it right, writes Al Kingsley

Schools built under the School Rebuilding Programme are to be net-zero in operation and resilient to climate risks. So what does this mean? And what can we learn from the first net-zero school to be completed under the programme?

While a range of solutions to reducing air pollution in and around schools exist, there is little guidance to help schools implement them. That’s why leading experts from the ‘Tackling Air Pollution At School’ (TAPAS) network are calling for a clean air strategy for schools. Dr Katherine Roberts explains further

A significant transformation is needed for education institutions to hit the goal of being carbon neutral by 2030. So what are the first steps that can be taken? Dr Sally Uren, chief executive at Forum for the Future, offers some advice

The latest research highlights that learning outside the classroom has maximum impact when it is woven into the school curriculum and daily teaching practice, writes Matilda Miles

The Teacher Wellbeing Index, now in its sixth year, unambiguously demonstrates the need to act on the wellbeing of the staff in our schools. Andrew Cowley explains the latest findings

Most schools are unprepared for the impact that ChatGPT and AI will have on teaching and learning. But rather than banning AI, teachers need more support to harness its potential

Dragon’s Den star Steven Bartlett and STEM advocate Anne-Marie Imafidon are amongst the inspiring speakers at this year’s Bett show, taking place 29-31 March at ExCeL London

Understanding the experiences of disabled children and making appropriate adjustments can make a significant difference to their time in school and their ability to learn, writes Caroline Withers

Schools and Academies Show

The Schools & Academies Show in London on 17 May brings together thousands of school and academy leaders to connect, discuss and debate the big challenges and trends in education

There is a real challenge facing Multi-Academy Trusts in understanding where to go with growth targets set in the Schools White Paper. Will Jordan explores the situation and shares advice