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Catering & hospitality View all

A big meal deal at King's School Taunton

The school reveals their million-pound contract with Independents by Sodexo

LES have a school lunch uptake of 89%

Joy Johnstone, Operations Manager at Loughborough Endowed Schools, reveals the secret behind h...

Be good to yourself

Brookwood Partnership's Sue Parfett and Amanda Ursell talk sports nutrition in school catering...

Can you reduce your costs by changing the way you buy?

Simon Gurney, Procurement Manager at Pelican Procurement Services, shares some practical tips ...

Why teachers need to be taught about nutrition

Roy Ballam, Manging Director and Head of Education at the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF), ...

More water please!

BRITA Vivreau discusses how water can improve pupils' well-being

How can school caterers help pupils' well-being?

Sue Parfett reveals how engaging pupils in food and nutrition can help to ease stress

State-of-the-art school catering with Brookwood

Sue Parfett, Managing Partner of The Brookwood Partnership, discusses time-saving modern appli...

Events View all

Independent Education Today: September issue now available

The September issue of IE Today is now available to download. The magazine features a faciliti...

UB September issue out now!

The September edition of University Business magazine, the back to uni issue, is now available...

UWC Atlantic College receive award for innovation

Project born at international college in South Wales is celebrated alongside Concorde and Jagu...

Event review: Marches Academy Trust Festival of Education

Charley Rogers reports on the Marches Academy Trust Festival of Education, and its focus on ho...

St Swithun's School to host pupil resilience conference

The Getting to GRIP with resilience conference will be held on 3rd October

SATRO holds construction challenge at Royal Grammar School

Schools in Guildford, Woking and Carshalton took part in the bridge-building challenge

UB August issue out now!

The August edition of University Business magazine is now available to download

Photo Finish: Disneyland

Upper sixth students marked the end of their Reigate Grammar School careers in a fabulous Disn...

Facilities & buildings View all

St John's School Leatherhead's facilities will make a splash

The school has announced a multi-million-pound upgrade of their indoor sports facilities

How schools can budget for reactive maintenance

Breakages & faults can be unwanted distractions when trying to run a school, as well as being ...

Managing risks outside of term-time

The school holiday is the perfect time to make repairs

Pocklington reveals its new Art and Design Technology Centre

The school's new centre will meet the traditional and modern needs of the art and design pupil...

Refresh your Playground Outdoor Surfacing

Why replace your surfacing when you can have it repaired and cleaned?

How can a commercial garden room help expanding schools?

James Willmott, Director and Co-Founder at Harrison James, discusses how to create extra class...

Levitt Bernstein begins work on three independent schools

Levitt Bernstein reveals three ambitious projects with independent schools across the UK

Fit for purpose

Steve Wright explores Headington School's state-of-the-art dance and fitness centre, and the i...

Health & wellbeing View all

YMCA launch new health and well-being school programme

The new programme hopes to support the health and well-being of young people

Stop the bus! betty for schools has a fresh approach to PSHE

betty for schools is revolutionising PSHE education and normalising periods for both girls and...

How teachers can manage email overload and stress levels

An increasing source of stress for teachers is juggling email pressures and lesson preparatio...

Small steps can make a big difference

Living Streets encourages schools to introduce small changes which will make a huge difference...

Pupil wellbeing: getting to the heart of the matter

How is pupils' emotional wellbeing supported in fee-paying schools - and are parents kept info...

Powering pro-learning at British School in the Netherlands

Liz Free, Director of International Leadership Academy at The British School, explains how Blu...

82% of teachers say teens are coming to school hungry

British teens lose 51 minutes of learning per school day due to hunger reveals Kellogg's

School's new partnership champions students' wellbeing

Solihull School has partnered with mental health charity Safeline to help tackle mental health...

International View all

Exceptional results for Abbey College International students

The Manchester college sails through their International Foundation Programme Pathways with un...

The Right Fit

Shelley Nadler, Legal Director at Bird & Bird looks at structures available to independent sch...

Why are British pupils applying to American universities?

As 65% of schools have students who go to overseas universities, Hilary Moriarty discusses the...

Malvern College: More than just a name

How does a British independent school successfully transfer its brand overseas? Lucinda Reid f...

What are the challenges facing international schools?

Lucinda Reid talks to a panel of senior leaders about their experiences overseas

Ellesmere College to open outpost in Asia

The college has teamed up with Matrix Global Schools

Worldstrides winners at the Telegraph Festival of Education

Zara Daswani from St Peter's School and Helen Cook from Dowdales School walk away with GoPros ...

A broader perspective: headship abroad

Tim Wilbur, Director of School Consultancy at Gabbitas Education, looks at why school leaders ...

Law, finance, HR View all

School trips: how to stay safe

Tilden Watson, Head of Education at Zurich Municipal, reveals the top tips for successful scho...

Crucial creativity: Why pupils need creative subjects

In an increasingly automated world with an uncertain future job market, it's more important th...

Mental health in schools: a developing crisis

Louise Gilmer explores mental health in schools and the proposed government measures which may...

The University of London to modernise operations with Unit4

Unit4 Business World Finance, Research, Human Resources and Payroll will be hosted in a privat...

Ignorance is not bliss with FCA regulations

School Fee Plan (SFP), part of Premium Credit Limited, looks at Financial Conduct Authority r...

UWC Atlantic launches scholarships for Dutch students

Willem-Alexander Scholarship Fund will enable Dutch students to receive a world-leading educat...

Keeping your school safe online

Andrew Gallie explores some of the steps that schools should be taking to manage cyber securit...

Children think money grows on trees, new research finds

New research has found that children as old as 12 have little understanding of money

People, policy, politics View all

Beech Hall teacher receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Janine Turner received the prestigious award for her dedication teaching German

What's next for independent schools?

Matthew Burgess from VWV looks ahead to what may be in store for independent schools

Stevensons: Tailor-made since 1925

Stevensons' Managing Director, Mark Stevenson, explains how the family business has become so ...

GDST honours Cressida Dick with Alumna of the Year award

The former student of Oxford High School is the first female Commissioner of the Metropolitan ...

Farlington School appoints new Head of Boarding

Sue Powell says she has big plans for her new role

New Head Boy and Head Girl at Rydal Penrhos

Alex Benfield and Olivia Williams will be Head Boy and Head Girl for the 2017/18 year

Portland Place School welcomes new headmaster

David Bradbury has been announced as Portland Place School's new headmaster

British Red Cross supports schools after Manchester attack

A British Red Cross resource is available to teachers to help pupils come to terms with the Ma...

School life View all

School pupils raise funds for Forces Charity SSAFA

The Forces charity supports veterans and their families

4 ways schools can create healthy competition

Deborah Fisher, Head of SIMS Independent, looks at how schools can create competition to prepa...

Solihull students show off artistic talents in exhibition

Local artist Fiona Payne came to check out the new talent

Beech Hall School is awash with colour during fundraiser

The school's latest fundraising event for the NSPCC saw pupils get paintbombed by their teache...

Bolton Junior Girls reveal photography competition winners

The overall winner of the competition was a tribute to the Manchester Arena bombing victims

Howell's School raise £6K for hospice charity

The pupils are the first to reach the £6,660 'Pay For a Day' target set by Marie Curie

St Edmund's School Canterbury breaks recruitment records

The school recruits its 600th pupil as it announces the building of a new academic hub to open...

Abbey Gate College celebrates 40 years

140 voices sang out as part of a special gala concert for the school's 40th anniversary

Sports & Leisure View all

St Margaret's Equestrian Team jumps to victory

The school team was ranked overall winners at the 'Just for Schools' British Showjumping Natio...

Taunton School take on St Michael's Mount Swim

Staff and pupils from Taunton School Long Distance Swim Club participated in the event

"Education needs to be your Plan A" says Sports Director

A former Olympic athlete has revealed she is struggling to find work since retiring from sport...

Why schools should not restrict adventure and ambition

Schools need to manage risks and push the boundaries of experience, says Patrick Wenham, Headt...

Cricket legends to lead programme for superstar youngsters

A pair of regional cricket stars will spearhead a prestigious cricket programme at Rydal Penrh...

Olympians join St Mary's to celebrate sporting success

An Olympic swimmer and Paralympic archer were guests at the school's annual Sports Award Dinne...

King's Ely pupils crowned British champions

Victory for King's Ely students at British Junior Rowing Championships

Gareth Southgate talks tactics at Harrogate Ladies' College

The England football manager was guest of honour at the school's Speech Day

Sustainability View all

Sustainability needs to be integral to education

Schools need to make sustainability education a key part of their curriculum if we want to bui...

Truro Prep 1st in Cornwall to get gold with Woodland Trust

Students from all year groups were involved in green activities, including tree planting and r...

Get involved: Ultimate STEM Challenge is back!

BP invites schools to build a more sustainable future by entering the Ultimate STEM Challenge

D-Tech International is Awarded CHAS Accreditation

Leading library security systems provider, D-Tech International, is delighted to announce it h...

Haileybury Youth Trust nominated for sustainability award

The charity has been recognised for its eco-friendly work in Uganda

Prep School Warriors

Students from Rydal Penrhos designed and built eco-friendly upcycled items for the school gard...

How to save energy in schools: a guide for school governors

Energys Group's Kevin Cox has some tips for school governors wanting to save energy

Green means go!

Steve Wright rounds up some of the most impressive green initiatives from across the UK indepe...

Teaching View all

iLearn, uLearn: portable tablet devices in the classroom

Charley Rogers reports on recent research from Stranmillis on the effect of iPads on Early Yea...

E-Safety at EduTech Show

By Stuart Swann, Director at IE Solutions, and Vice Chair at NAPE

How can teachers support pupils through the clearing process?

Northumbria University explain what teachers can do to make sure pupils understand how to use ...

Gender bias in STEM: an analysis

Jessica Rowson from the Institute of Physics' Girls in Physics project, talks gender bias and ...

Norfolk's only IB 6th Form celebrates a decade of success

229 pupils have completed International Baccalaureate since Gresham's launched it 10 years ago...

Teachers in short supply as more schools offer IB

More than 50 schools in Kent now offer the IB but experienced teachers are in short supply, w...

Independent schools can provide what homeschoolers seek

Tailored learning away from Ofsted's dead hands is in our DNA says Heather Cavanagh, Burgess H...

Skill development encouraged through tech-driven teaching

Jane Ashworth, UK MD of SMART Technologies talks technology-driven collaborative teaching, an...

Technology View all

VR and classroom engagement: are they related?

Qualified teacher and former Google Expeditions associate Stuart Gent looks at how best to uti...

The Future of Security

It is becoming more and more important to keep up to date with not only cyber security but als...

E-assessment exam success for IB MYP students

The Middle Years Programme exam has been taken by students around the world, with more partici...

UK's first curriculum linked coding platform launched

The new learning-to-code platform from Turinglab aims to provide pupils aged 11 - 16 with cruc...

The modern panic button: much more than an alert

Klaus Allion, Managing Director at ANT Telecom, looks at the options for schools designing eme...

No Isolation for children with long-term illness

Norway's revolutionary start-up allowing children with long-term illness to participate in sch...

Kids ask parents 22K questions during their school life

A new study has discovered just how curious children are, and reveals that parents are unable ...

Have you ever thought about printing the entire Internet?

TonerGiant have, and just as you'd imagine, the numbers are outrageous!