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The survey of over 1,000 parents with children of school age, commissioned by Kura, found that 22% of schools do not have a school run safeguarding policy in place.

Of the perceived benefits that AI tools could bring, key use cases highlighted by teachers include using it to teach how to interact with and understand AI models (60%), to aid critical thinking exercises (56%).

The report based on the feedback says that the views and needs of children and young people, parents, carers, families and communities should be listened to, heard, respected, represented, engaged, and valued.

An independent expert advisory panel has been selected to advise on the review of the Relationships, Sex and Health Education curriculum, as part of plans to ensure that RSHE is taught in an age-appropriate way.

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The Welsh Government has announced that all further education colleges are to benefit from a share of £4m funding for mental health and wellbeing support.

The council has funded free school meals for all primary school children since 2014, and the extension to secondary schools will be rolled out in three phases from September 2023.

Youth Music Initiative funding enables schools in Scotland to provide quality music-making activities for children, which range from after-school bands to courses in sound production.

‘Schools Alumni Week’ is a new campaign designed to improve student motivation and life chances through their alumni community.


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