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Surrey school girl wins national charity Christmas card competition

Tracey Fantham (L), Cassandra Clarence (middle) and Teresa Williams (R) A Manor House School pupil has been named as one of two national winners of Leeds Building Society’s Christmas card competition, which will raise money for Samaritans. Art Scholar, Cassie’s card is available to buy at the Society’s 55 branches. A Manor House School pupil […]

Design can save lives

British Safety Council announces the results of its multimedia poster competition focused on workplace wellbeing The British Safety Council has revealed the winners of its multimedia poster competition, ‘Images of wellbeing’, which showcases images of wellbeing at work and in an educational environment. The British Safety Council has a proud legacy of producing posters to […]

Derventio Education further partnership with ISBL

Derventio Education are proud to announce that we are furthering our working relationship with the Institute of School Business Leadership. As an approved partner organisation, selected ISBL members will enjoy access to SchooliP, the simplest and most effective way to manage appraisals in schools. Our collaboration will see the ISBL professional standards integrated into our […]

YHA campaign helps schools improve student outcomes by harnessing the power of the outdoors

The opportunity to have access to outdoor adventure is vital to develop young people’s ambition for the future, says leading youth charity YHA (England and Wales). With *research showing that only 1 in 5 children regularly play outside and are missing out on critical childhood experiences to benefit their emotional, social and academic development, YHA […]

Design a drone to protect endangered animals and you could win £5,000

BIEA’s annual International STEM Youth Innovation Competition is now open! The British International Education Association (BIEA) is calling for schools across the UK to take part in its free annual International STEM Youth Innovation Competition. The competition, pre-registration for which officially opened for entries today, challenges students under the age of 18 from all over […]

IMPROVING SOCIAL MOBILITY COULD ADDRESS UK’S ENGINEERING SKILLS SHORTAGE

A new report from EngineeringUK suggests that more should be done to support students from disadvantaged backgrounds to study and succeed in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects. Analysis shows that just under a quarter of those working in engineering come from low socio-economic backgrounds, with this underrepresentation consistent with participation and achievement […]

Are you feeling festive yet?

  If you thought to yourself “No, I’m not feeling festive yet!” then I may just be able to help. I’m Toby Johnson, Publication Director here at The Educator Magazine UK. I’m writing to give you some early festive cheer. I have a unique and exclusive way for you to wish all U.K Schools and […]

Securus and eSafety4schools announce a new partnership offering leading online monitoring and filtering solutions

Securus and eSafety4schools are delighted to announce a new partnership that will offer a combination of leading online monitoring and filtering, together with a comprehensive and fully managed service, to ensure greater safeguarding in schools. Working together, Securus and eSafety4schools provide a range of solutions to schools that help ensure that children are not exposed […]