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Research calls for a stronger link between home and school

New study finds discussing global and political events with children can benefit their critica...

Digital partnership to boost science and nutrition teaching

Alimentarium Foundation & Discovery Education launch exciting new 'Food and the Body' digital ...

The A Level Debate: Is three the magic number?

Should pupils try to get as many A Levels as possible, or focus their efforts on getting bette...

Romeo and Juliet is coming to a school near you

A modern take on Romeo and Juliet has been added to National Theatre's On Demand in Schools se...

World-leading innovation school comes to Glasgow

NuVu's exclusive partnership with Kelvinside Academy could disrupt the UK's education model

Private and state schools collaborate to improve teaching

Bolton School Girls' Division has been working with Prestolee schools to improve primary scien...

Supporting refugees in the classroom

How teachers can prepare for the needs of refugee children

Larger class sizes increase opportunities

Forget what you've heard, larger class sizes increase opportunities says Richard Grazier, VP ...

Why it is the right time for an independent school education

Frances Mwale, Prep Headmistress at Farlington School, discusses why everyone should consider...

Too many independent schools scared of the word 'vocational'

Headmaster of Ryde School with Upper Chine, Isle of Wight, discusses the benefits of an academ...

Double win for Outdoor Classroom Day campaign

Outdoor Classroom Day celebrates as 1 million children embrace the outdoors

Fordingbridge help to utilise space at Worthing High School

A covered walkway and dining space have been introduced at Worthing High School

Kent Academies Network students get top uni offers

The scheme supports bright students from underprivileged backgrounds into university

UK schools are unprepared for heating system failure

New report reveals that UK schools are unprepared for heating system failure

New partnership sparks foreign language speaker drive

Foreign language speakers are being offered a career change in a unique partnership between th...

Let's bake!

James Allen, Headmaster at Beech Hall, explains the importance of cooking following the launch...

The impact of parental pressure on schools

Patricia McQuade, Deputy Principal at Abbey College Manchester, discusses the impact of parent...

Supporting a nutritious education

The importance of educating pupils on healthy eating

Can a virtual reality environment work in the classroom?

Paul Dredge, EasiPC & Microsoft Innovative Education Expert, reveals the magic of Microsoft's ...

Et nova et vetera: technology at Bryanston School

Lucinda Reid visits Bryanston School to find out how they are embracing new technology with o...

Challenging stereotypes

Lynne Horner, Principal at Westholme School, explains why STEM subjects play a significant ro...

Consider the Real STEM Competition

Matt Hackett explains how specialist STEM provision gives students a real advantage in educati...

Noteworthy

Hilary Moriarty asks whether schools are alive with the sound of music

Kit out your sports team for next season

Kukri explain how they can help independent schools to prepare for next year

It's a musical life

Richard West, Director of Music at Loughborough Endowed Schools, reflects on why a musical edu...

Give your site a touch of Italia from Canopies UK

Canopies UK have launched a new canopy design to help schools get more from their outdoor spac...

How pencils are helping to change children's lives

If you had a million spare pencils, what would you do with them? Evan Lewis, Founder of Hope, ...

Students complete EPQ presentations to enhance Uni options

Students can gain an extra 70 UCAS points with the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)

What is the purpose of education?

Dr John Hind, Principal at Dame Allan's Schools, discusses whether schools are delivering the ...

College students learn mindfulness ahead of exams

Abbey College Manchester held a wellbeing week for its students to help them relax before exam...

Creating a playful atmosphere boosts achievement

Adapting teaching to encourage students to develop 'engineering habits of mind' improves stude...

Training is critical to tackle the teacher retention crisis 

Diana Dewing, Managing Director of training company Thrive, explores the need for CPD in teach...

Smart procurement in the library sector

James Breakell, UK MD of D-Tech International discusses how to ensure tech investment is cost ...

Space and energy: controlling the costs

Universities can continually monitor teaching space utilisation and reduce energy costs, says ...

Is marking a dying art?

Hilary Moriarty discusses whether marking is still relevant to today's teachers

Pupils design living pods

Pocklington Prep School pupils take on a different kind of DT project 

DLD College London launches new scholarship scheme

The College says that students will learn how to lead in a global educational setting

The next generation of technological talent

A pupil from Sevenoaks School has been awarded a Bronze Award by HRH The Duke of York, for the...

Students cook with top chef Andy Sheridan

The food and nutrition pupils cooked pasta-based dishes with the Michelin trained chef

UWC Atlantic College top of the class

The college was praised for its 'sector-leading practice'