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Educational supply specialist comes to rescue of school in national headlines for asking parents for donations

An educational supply specialist has come to the rescue of a school that hit the national headlines after asking parents to contribute to vital classroom resources. Robert Piggott CE School in Theresa May’s Maidenhead constituency in Berkshire, was in the news after changes to school funding meant the school and governing body, after consultation with […]

Nureva to demonstrate its new, dynamic learning environment at Bett 2018

Nureva Inc., an award-winning collaborative solutions company, will be demonstrating the latest version of its integrated solutions on stand C160 at Bett 2018. New features in Nureva™ Span™ software, digital working walls and the HDL300 audio conferencing system combine to create a dynamic collaborative learning environment for primary, secondary and postsecondary settings around the world.   […]

Hallfield School announce appointment of new Headmaster

Governors of Hallfield School have today announced the appointment of a new Headmaster. Keith Morrow, currently Headmaster at The Elms School in Long Eaton in Nottingham, will take on the headship role at Hallfield School from September 2018. Keith will be the 14th Headmaster to lead the independent school in Edgbaston in its 139 year […]

Safeguarding for Schools and Teachers

Reclaiming Radical Ideas in Schools   Examples of hate crime and terrorist attacks are rising in the UK and Europe. In 2015-2016, there were 7,631 referrals to the Prevention programme, which aims to stop people being drawn into terrorism. A quarter of these referrals were under-15’s. Never before has there been a greater need for […]

The iron grip of the government’s school accountability system is damaging children’s education, warns former No10 policy adviser

With teaching-to-the-test, gaming and curriculum-narrowing all on the rise, RSA issues call-to-arms  Former Number 10 policy adviser to Nick Clegg warns that school leaders’ growing desperation to meet the government’s high-stakes performance targets is leading to decisions that are not in the best interests of children and young people. While acknowledging the important role the […]

PUPILS ‘MAKE WORLD BIGGER’ TO WIN NATIONAL COMPETITION

Ten primary school pupils from across the UK are celebrating after scooping top prizes in a national competition.   The children were all winners of Discovery Education’s Make Your World Bigger, a video challenge designed to keep children learning during the summer holidays.   The competition, which attracted over 2000 entries from schools across the […]