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BenQ Experience Roadshow tours the UK in 2021

The BenQ Experience Roadshow is launching in 2021 to take the manufacturer’s portfolio of educational technology solutions, including interactive flat panel displays, projectors and collaboration devices, directly to the doors of education establishments. Acting as an extension to the BenQ demo fleet, schools, academies, colleges and universities will be able to book for the roadshow […]

Laser targeted reading intervention programme launched to help schools support pupils’ learning recovery

As teachers return to class, the need to identify and address any reading issues will be a priority. With this in mind, Lexplore Analytics has launched a ready-made reading development and intervention programme which provides teachers with proven strategies to target each child’s precise difficulties. Lexplore Intensive has been developed by experienced teacher,  SENDCO and […]

Teachers Invest in Child Mental Health Training Ahead of World Mental Health Day

Following the surge in online training undertaken by teachers during school closures, new trends have emerged highlighting the critical issues currently affecting the education sector. Teacher training on the topic of child mental health has increased 510% this year compared to 2019, according to the latest reports shared for World Mental Health Day (10th October). […]

KidZania London re-opens its doors with a fun-filled weekend to celebrate the super-human effort of key workers

The edutainment attraction for children, KidZania London, thanked key workers throughout its celebratory re-opening weekend, which included the burial of a bespoke Time Capsule  Half Term booking now available! London – October 6, 2020 – At 10.00am on October 1st and after extensive safeguarding preparations, KidZania London, the indoor city run by kids officially opened its doors once […]


Dr Libby Artingstall and Dr Sile McDaid (Team Mental Health) are the medical experts behind Wellbeing Through Sport, a unique programme developing mental and physical wellbeing in primary age children. After months without the routine, support systems and social benefits provided by the school environment, the negative impact on children’s mental health is another unwanted legacy […]


THE multi-million-pound redevelopment of one of the largest independent schools in the UK has completed, delivering state-of-the-art facilities for students in Macclesfield. The King’s School employs 250 people and provides education for more than 1,200 students from pre-school through to sixth form. This £60m redevelopment scheme unites two previous sites across the town into one […]

The Army’s Black History education resources remember Black service people throughout history

These resources recognise Black British, African and Caribbean people’s contribution to the history of the British Army with curriculum links to History and Citizenship. These Black History digital resources for key stages 3 and 4 include an assembly and lesson plan to help students understand the stories of Black British, African and Caribbean service people […]