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The Subway® brand launches new partnership with Sports for Schools

Enabling primary school children access to inspirational athletes   22nd June 2017: The Subway® brand is proud to announce a new two year partnership with Sports for Schools, as it continues its commitment to encourage families and children in the UK and Republic of Ireland to get fit and active. As the Official Sponsor of […]

Standing up for creativity in rural communities

Rural communities face social, geographic and economic challenges that mean people have limited access to professional arts. Pioneering the way forward and setting about to make the arts accessible to all, rural arts charity Settle Stories in the Yorkshire Dales has announced exciting plans. This summer they will run an accessible Summer School and an […]

Essential Seminar Announced – Collaborative Thinking: Counter-Terrorism for Professionals

      A one-day seminar focused on counter-terrorism strategies for professionals is to take place on Thursday 5 October, in a Central London location. The day will feature expert speakers including Stuart Hyde QPM, Former Chief Constable of Cumbria Constabulary, who led on the Derrick Bird shooting incident, and former senior police officers, Rob Hoblin and Mark Corder, who […]

New resource to support food science teachers across the country

  Teachers across the UK involved in teaching the food science and technology curriculum at secondary school level can take advantage of a new resource that aims to enhance their subject and bring it to life using real-world examples.   Re-launched in June 2017 by the Institute of Food Science & Technology (IFST) in collaboration […]


NASUWT, the teachers’ union, has been announced as the latest national supplier of the World Para Athletics Championships London 2017.   The unique and exciting arrangement means thousands of pupils from across the UK will benefit from both in school activities and by experiencing the action firsthand at the Championships which take place at the […]

Brexit uncertainty a worry for the education sector

New research from specialist insurer, Ecclesiastical, has revealed that the impending split from Europe is the second highest concern for the education sector. When asked how worried they were about a series of emerging risks, 39% of schools, universities and other education establishments cited leaving the European Union as a major concern, just seven per […]

What students really gain from experiencing ‘living, breathing geography’

Committed to providing students with unforgettable learning opportunities, the Geography Department at The McAuley Catholic High School in Doncaster are advocates of learning outside the classroom. This year alone, the school have embarked on a number of Geography Trips with specialist group tour operator Rayburn Tours, venturing to destinations such as the Bay of Naples and Iceland. These invaluable opportunities […]


Alimentarium Foundation & Discovery Education Launch Exciting New ‘Food and the Body’ Digital Classroom Resources   Thousands of primary school pupils are set to benefit from a new partnership between Switzerland’s Alimentarium Museum and Discovery Education Espresso, which will deliver exciting digital resources to classrooms and transform the teaching of science and nutrition in UK […]