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Catering & hospitality View all

Newcastle-under-Lyme School - sharing best practice

Sponsored: How the use of intelligent cloud-based technology combined with professional procur...

The Brookwood Partnership becomes CH&CO Independent

Sponsored: This month, The Brookwood Partnership becomes CH&CO Independent. Its MD, Deborah Ho...

How strong leadership can inspire bold, positive change

Sponsored: Deborah Homshaw, Managing Director of Brookwood, the independent education division...

Ready, steady, cook!

Celebrity TV chef inspires GCSE students and juniors at LVS Ascot

Events View all

King Edward's girls enjoy robot-building day

Pupils were encouraged to build, program and navigate their own 'bots through an obstacle cour...

ET September is here!

Back to school: as the new academic year begins, we investigate the burning issues in edtech, ...

UK-wide assembly to showcase engineers on a mission

Schools are being urged to sign up to the first ever Tomorrow's Engineers Week Big Assembly

Project Catwalk

It was a photo finish at Farlington School during their annual fashion show

Facilities & buildings View all

Bolton School Girls' Division honours female scientists

Bolton School Girls' Division has named nine science labs after top female scientists, giving ...

The great estates

How are innovative working practices and modern technologies changing estates management, espe...

The business of boarding

Sponsored: A deep understanding of the education market and its requirements are what keeps Ru...

Valuable school prize awarded to Speller

The £11m second phase of the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation Project has been handed to...

Health & wellbeing View all

Making your classroom a picture of happiness

Brilliant Schools is a new subscription service helping staff, pupils and parents take charge ...

The winner takes it all

When it comes to self-esteem, says Dean Close School's Justin Slade, staff largely define the ...

Teaching consent in the #MeToo age

With guidance for relationships and sex education in schools to be consulted on by Govt, how d...

What is the WOW Factor?

Sponsored: Living Streets, the charity for everyday walking, explains the benefits of creating...

International View all

Christ College Brecon opens first overseas sister school

The King Henry VIII College began welcoming pupils in Malaysia at the beginning of the month

Pupils volunteer with African charity in summer break

Kingham Hill School students volunteered with Life Support in Zambia, working to help orphaned...

An international dimension in education

Hereford Cathedral School reveals plans to open a new international boarding house

King's Ely making a world of difference

The school has received reaccreditation of the British Council's International School Award fo...

Law, finance, HR View all

How to avoid getting stung by rising energy prices

Sponsored: Independent schools face twin trouble: energy cost rises and market turbulence. By ...

When does sleeping count as work?

Recent case law found that many staff to be present on site (even if asleep) were entitled to ...

Bolton boys complete 200km charity walk

Pupils raised money for the Dominica Disaster Relief Fund and PAPYRUS

GDPR: what's new?

By Mike Kirby, Principal of Ashbourne College and Chair of Public Relations at CIFE and Chris ...

People, policy, politics View all

New Headteacher at Beech Lodge School

Daniel Gillespie will join the school in the New Year, before fully taking over the role next ...

Brentwood School confirm new Headmaster

Michael Bond arrives from the Berkhamsted Schools Group

ISA elects Matthew Adshead as Honorary Chair

Matthew Adshead has been elected by independent schools across the country as its Honorary Cha...

Meet the new king of the Castle

Jonathan Anderson took up the Head role at Merchiston Castle School last month

School life View all

Beech Hall pupils see swimming in a new light

Glowsticks and goggles were the order of the night as the school's pupils, parents and staff e...

Ipswich High School welcomes boys for the first time

The Suffolk institution is moving towards becoming coeducational via the 'diamond' model of sc...

Portland Place School celebrates student talent

Pupils were highly commended for their achievements and successes during a commemorative Celeb...

New opportunities for CCSS through merger

Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies (CCSS) has announced that it has joined the Stephen P...

Sports & Leisure View all

Dream big and never give up

So advised Eilish McColgan and Beth Tweddle, speakers at the Girls Schools' Association's Girl...

Rydal Penrhos staffer offers a touch of class

The school's Joe Trickey helped England's touch rugby side achieve international success over ...

The Rydal Penrhos skier carving a name for himself

Xavier Poynton has been coached by four-time British Ski Champion, Cara Brown

Aspiring footballers get premier opportunity

Rydal Penrhos is inspiring its pupils with the opportunity to compete at the Manchester City A...

Sustainability View all

St Mary's is the first UK school to achieve five Green Flags

St Mary's School Colchester has various eco-friendly initiatives, including an 'Eco-Week'

The sustainability of sports lighting

Sponsored: Harry Riste, Co-Founder of GrassRoots Power CIC, looks at the new approaches to mak...

Richard Cairns: Why I'm banning plastic at Brighton College

Brighton College's headmaster explains his recent decision to ban all single use plastic bottl...

Creating the foundations of sustainability

Karen Norton, Vice-Principal and Primary Head at Kings Monkton School, on the school's city ga...

Teaching View all

How to avoid learning the hard way

A Leavers' Mental Health Forum at Brighton College aims to ease the transition between school ...

Time to actively engage parents in PSHE development

Roger Outwin-Flinders, Headmaster at Brooke Priory School, says an outstanding education shoul...

Inspirational women in STEM... Kate Mactear

Kate, who sits on the Women's Engineering Society's Young Member's Board and studies at Bristo...

Inspirational women in STEM... Ruth Faherty

A student at Oxford, and seeking big civil engineering projects in the future, Ruth is the nex...

Technology View all

Are your library facilities letting your university down?

SPONSORED: D-Tech International, looks at the impact library facilities have on a student's ch...

Embedding edtech in your teaching practice

Nigel Smith, MD of Courses and Learning at FutureLearn, explains how teachers can bring online...

VLEs delivering strategic success - webinar panel announced

University of Huddersfield's Andy Raistrick & University of Suffolk's Ellen Buck to give insig...

BESA in conversation with... Educater

Data analysis is becoming a very hot topic and fundamental for school improvement, says Educat...