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Brexit is repeating Henry VIII's actions, says Starkey

There is a direct link between the actions of Henry VIII and Nigel Farage, historian David Sta...

St Margaret's School for Girls triumphs in debate

Pupils won the North of Scotland Schools Debating Tournament

Young people's current affairs programme launched

International Baccalaureate (IB) and ITN Productions' 'A Better World Through Education' explo...

Education Show 2018: Creativity, wellbeing and innovation

Sponsored: Ahead of The Education Show 2018, the organisers behind the event reveal what to e...

Top marks for Abbey College Manchester maths duo

The sixth formers had entered a prestigious maths competition and scored in the top 1% of entr...

Launch of the Stewart Garden Schools Programme 2018

The competition rewards the creativity and achievements of schools' gardening achievements, an...

The only way is up, thanks to the Girls' Schools Association

At the GSA Conference 2017, Lucinda Reid met people behind an exciting leadership scheme which...

Ralf Little returns to Bolton School to reflect on arts life

The actor and writer left the school in 1998

Beech Hall School embrace the Christmas spirit

Beech Hall School pupils met Father Christmas, performed festive songs and hosted a Christmas ...

Kingham Hill pupils star in award-winning Netflix series

Kingham Hill pupils starred in the second season of The Crown

Benenden hosts its first ever STEM Conference

Area students got an insight into the range of job opportunities studying science and engineer...

UB January 2018 issue out now

The latest issue of University Business is now available to view online, for free!

New Hall enters Dragon's battle for UK's youngest tycoon

The school launches its 'New Hall Hampers' as part of Tycoon in Schools, the national enterpri...

Jan/Feb issue of Independent Education Today has landed!

In 'The Arts Issue' we explore the future of creativity and how independent schools are embrac...

TDET and Oundle School hold Maths Enrichment Conference

The conference encouraged schools to come together and tackle various maths challenges

ET December/January is here!

From AI to Bett, we look at how 2017 has influenced the edtech sector, and what might be in st...

Brabyns children visit Houses of Parliament

A group of 24 Year 3 and 4 children from Marple recently paid a special visit to the Houses of...

Brentwood School reaches Ten Robot Rumble

The school's robot may have been expelled from the Robot Wars bulletproof arena, but the team ...

How is technology transforming education?

Bett discusses what technology the education sector could be embracing in the new year, plus ...

TeenTech Surrey inspires techie teens

TeenTech, the initiative aiming to inspire teenagers to consider careers in Science, Technolog...

Science broadcaster Gaia Vince visits Taunton School

Students met the award-winning author, journalist and broadcaster when she visited to give a t...

Dauntsey's welcomes TV presenter Steve Backshall

Pupils from Dauntsey's and members of the local community were treated to a 'passionate and in...

GSA Conference 2017: how should we reshape the curricula?

Charlotte Avery explained how schools can be at the cutting edge of education at the GSA Annua...

King Edward's Witley welcomes 151 new pupils 

Fur-trimmed robes and feathered hats, a beadle, gold mace and huge silver ceremonial sword are...

Beech Hall School wins national award

The school is celebrating after receiving the ISA Award for Excellence and Innovation in Partn...

The December issue of Independent Education Today is here!

What are your thoughts about 2017? Discover what independent school headteachers think about t...

Remembrance Day: UK independent schools remember

Remembrance Day is commemorated as independent schools take the time to remember those who hav...

Pocklington's revamped library opened by children's author

Pupils at Pocklington Prep School have a restocked and refurbished library to enjoy after Clem...

Eltham College students remember alumni who fell in WW1

The pair took a four-day trip across France and Belgium, visiting the graves of Old Elthamians...

Impact Awards seek out best in tech for good

The awards from DigitalAgenda reward tech that is developed and used to do good in the communi...

Oundle School's French immersion in Nice

Over the October half-term, a group of 15 Oundle School fifth formers travelled to Nice for an...

Murderous assignment for Derby High School students

Author Robin Stevens guided pupils through the process of writing a murder mystery during an '...

Rydal Penrhos School in Royal British Legion fundraiser

The school is set to host a Remembrance Day Concert at a local church

UB December issue out now

The latest issue of University Business is now available to view online, for free!

Ex-Solihull School student helps fight anti-semitism

A former Solihull School student is helping to fight anti-semitism as a regional ambassador fo...

Technology and teen mental health conference announced

Booking is now open for the conference, to be held on 8th March 2018 at Surrey's Cranleigh Sch...

Integrated Systems Europe 2018 connects markets and people

The 15th ISE will take place at the RAI Amsterdam from 6-9 February and it promises to be the ...

 Top female police chief talks respect with Manchester High

Dee Collins, one of just six female police chiefs in the UK, was guest of honour at Manchester...

Beech Hall School shortlisted for prestigious awards

Beech Hall School has been shortlisted for two national accolades in the highly-regarded ISA A...

Bett Awards 2018 finalists announced

Finalists for the prestigious Bett Awards 2018 have been announced ahead of January's event