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Mr Bee brings daily maths tasks to digital signage via TrilbyTV

  Mr Bee and TrilbyTV have announced an exciting new partnership that will bring ‘Mr Bee Daily Maths Tasks’ to digital signage screens in schools across the UK. It adds to an already epic education line-up that includes; Vocabulary Ninja, Rodocodo, Britannica and WWF.    Mr Bee helping even more children master maths   Mr […]

Top recruitment and training solutions provider joins leading youth employment expert to connect with 16–24-year-olds

Qube Learning and Youth Employment UK are working together to generate awareness of hundreds of job opportunities across the nation for those finishing school, out of work or looking for a different direction. Recent statistics show that in February-April 2021, unemployment for 16-24-year-olds was 13.2%, higher than it was back at the peak of the […]

A* line-up of Speakers unveiled for Bett Show

  THE GODFATHER of growth mindset, Eduardo Briceño, global education campaigner Sarah Brown, and soap actor turned eating disorders charity founder Gemma Oaten are just three of the inspirational voices taking to the stage at January’s Bett Show. After a one-year hiatus, the world’s most established Edtech event will convene again in London’s ExCeL centre […]

New research from Oxford University Press reveals the vital role language plays for pupils when it comes to self-expression and wellbeing

Over 8,000 children across the UK were surveyed revealing ‘anxiety’ as Children’s Word Of The Year   Anxiety is the Children’s Word of the Year 2021 according to research by Oxford University Press (OUP). Over 8,000 children from across 85 schools in the UK, spanning Year 3 to Year 9, were surveyed and asked to choose the top words they would use when talking about health and wellbeing.    […]

TEACHERS FEAR IT WILL TAKE PUPILS 18 MONTHS OR MORE TO CATCH UP

  THE learning gap created by the pandemic will take more than 18 months to close, teachers have warned.   State school teachers were far more likely to offer a gloomy forecast of how long it would take pupils to catch up compared to teachers in private schools, according to a survey of 4,690 teachers […]

Whizz Education’s Competitive Insight to Help Schools Excel at Maths

Whizz Education, the leader in adaptive learning technology and maths educational programs, has strengthened its senior team.   Drawing on their competitive sporting backgrounds and educational expertise, the new appointments will now help schools in the UK and around the world improve provision and deliver learning experiences that cater for individual needs and pace of learning, […]

Acer Brings Windows 11 for Education to its TravelMate B3 and TravelMate Spin B3 Laptops

Acer yesterday announced that it will begin carrying PCs which run on Windows 11 SE, starting with the Acer TravelMate B3 and Acer TravelMate Spin B3 laptops. The portable 11.6-inch laptops were built to survive the school-day, boasting military-grade durability certifications[[i]] and a 10-hour battery life[[ii]], and now come pre-installed with Windows 11 SE or […]

1 in 8 children say time online harms their school work

Nearly one in eight children in the UK say their online life harms their school work according to a survey by The Children’s Society.    The survey is among the evidence considered in the national charity’s new report, Net Gains? Young People’s Digital Lives and Well-Being.     It found 13% of young people aged 10-17 said their life online had a ‘mostly negative’ impact […]

Managing poor ventilation and CO2 levels in today’s ‘Covid world’

Today it is widely accepted, important and encouraged to keep indoor working spaces as well ventilated as possible to reduce the risk of Covid-19, other viruses and disease spreading.  This is vital in many working environments where people congregate: such as education environments (e.g. schools and universities), hospitals, doctors’ rooms, hotels, restaurants, manufacturing and production […]

MENTAL HEALTH RATED AS BIGGEST CONCERN FOR SCHOOLS

  *Nearly four in five schools rated mental health as having the biggest impact on their organisation in the last year *Almost three quarters (73%) of school leaders expect mental health and wellbeing to continue to be one of the biggest challenges over the next five years *Zurich Municipal report reveals the biggest challenges facing […]