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Young UK creative tech pioneers invited to compete for £10K

2017 Longitude Explorer Prize challenges young people to solve healthcare issues with the 'Int...

Be the change

Safer Internet Day 2017 set to be biggest yet as free resources launched to help schools get i...

Calder House triumph at TES awards

The school won the TES Award for Special Needs Initiative of the Year

Spring issue of ISS is out now

The latest Independent School Sport magazine is now available to be read online for free

January/February issue of Independent Education Today is out now!

Christmas has come early, the latest issue of our independent school magazine is now online

Portland Place School has talent

Portland Place School hosts annual winter show to showcase talented pupils

'Charlie and Lola' author visits Edge Grove School

Lauren Child, award-winning author of 'Charlie and Lola', made a special appearance at the pre...

The Education Show is back!

Register now to discover the latest in education at the Education Show 2017

Professional athletes visit LOGS GCSE pupils

The athletes shared stories of overcoming obstacles to inspire the pupils

Pupils treated to RSC live chemistry show

The annual Christmas lecture gave the children a dramatic chemistry lesson, with plenty of fla...

UB January issue out now!

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

Sir Ken Robinson and Heston Blumenthal to speak at Bett 2017

The Bett Arena will host educators from across the globe, when the UK's largest edtech trade s...

Parents transform into elves for charity

The festive spirit was out in full force at Rydal Penrhos prep school

ET December/January issue out now!

The December/January edition of Education Technology magazine is now available to view, for fr...

Girls encouraged to consider STEM related careers

The 'People Like Us' event encouraged the pupils to think about Science, Technology, Engineeri...

Surrey pupils build bridges with SATRO

Pupils in Surrey took part in a construction challenge to develop STEM skills

All aboard the BSA's Boarding Bus

To celebrate the #iloveboarding campaign the Boarding Bus will tour the UK

Former Chief Master wins TES Lifetime Achievement Award

John Claughton, former Chief Master of King Edward's School, was recognised at the TES Indepen...

Rock on with Shakespeare!

This year's Shakespeare Week will have a music theme and a new song has been composed to honou...

Parsons Green Prep win ISA award for STEM work

Parsons Green Prep school were triumphant at the annual ISA conference due to their innovative...

Sarah Outen challenges pupils to 'dare to do'

Adventurer Sarah Outen met Dauntsey's sixth form students and delivered a special lecture base...

Invictus Games winner inspires students

Abbey Gate College welcomes Jaco Van Gass, Invictus Games gold medal winner, for Remembrance D...

December issue of Independent Education Today is out now!

The latest issue of our independent school magazine is available to read online and in the app...

UB December issue out now!

The December edition of University Business magazine, the review issue, is now available to do...

Oundle offers a helping hand

Oundle School's 'Have a Go Day' is a greatly anticipated day for many special needs clubs

Creativity in the classroom

The 2016 HMC Annual Conference 'Leading Creative Schools' took place at the Crowne Plaza, Stra...

Lord Nash supports RNCF's 'Bridging the Gap'

The RNCF and DfE promote the benefits of Assisted Boarding for vulnerable young people

Students around the UK mark Remembrance Day

This Remembrance Day, students from independent schools paid tribute to fallen war heroes and ...

Abbey Gate College meet Tim Peake

Pupils meet Tim Peake after winning a place at the Principia Schools Conference

Digital Wave opens young minds to exciting opportunities

Free edtech conference showcases range of career opportunities available in the digital and cr...

Tea at The Riley

Sixth Form girls at Bolton School will once again host Tea at the Riley this year

Sixth Formers skydive for charity

The students fell from 10,000ft to raise funds for Breast Cancer Haven

Bett 2017 shines the spotlight on education game changers

Bett is returning to ExCel London from 25 to 28 January 2017

New independent school opens

The new school has 14 classrooms, specialist science, music and art rooms and a multi-purpose ...

Play Unified inspires schools to tackle intolerance

Special Olympics GB campaign boosts awareness of learning disabilities following series of you...

Oundle School hosts an evening of live music

Director of Music, Quentin Thomas organised the event

Sir Ranulph Fiennes inspires at St Swithun's School talk

The explorer inspired the students with his gripping talk

November issue of IE Today out now!

Latest issue of independent schools mag now available to read on our website and app store

Businesses urge young people to think about the future

The biennial Future Fair encouraged young people to make plans for their futures

Spooky fun from fomer Rydal Penrhos pupil

Rydal Penrhos alumnus, Dr Mark Baker, has organised a spooktacular weekend at the castle he is...