Property compliance platform provider Crysp celebrate 25 contract wins with school clients.

Property compliance platform provider Crysp are continuing to grow, and have announced 25 recent contract wins with school clients.   Crysp’s digital platform enables property managers to create a single view, real time picture of their ...

USC Shoah Foundation and Discovery Education Launch 2022 Anti-Hate Challenge for UK Secondary Schools

Stronger Than Hate Challenge Inspires Student Activism and Creative Expressionism   A powerful challenge which empowers secondary school students to tackle hate within their communities is being launched across the UK this ...

Limit screen time for under-5s to ‘prolong childhood’, says headmaster

Jonnie Besley, Headmaster at Abberley Hall School in Worcestershire Under-fives need to be taught to use screens and technology responsibly, with limited contact to ‘maintain their innocence’, the headmaster of a leading school which teaches ...

Post-pandemic, six in 10 primary school classrooms have no access to new books

On the 25th World Book Day, a new report reveals over a third (38 per cent) of  teachers are having to buy books for their classrooms themselves Nearly half the teachers (48 per cent) questioned said they are unable to change the books in ...

Girls’ mental health “at a precipice” and increasingly worse than boys’, data shows

The mental health of girls is “at a precipice” with tens of thousands now hiding signs of deep distress from their teachers and parents, an analysis of data from 15,000 secondary school students across the UK reveals. The data, captured by ...

Children encouraged to walk for wellbeing during Walk to School Week (16 – 20 May 2022)

Thousands of children across the UK will take to their feet for Walk to School Week (16 – 20 May 2022). Walk to School Week takes place during Living Streets’ National Walking Month each May, with this year’s campaign focussing on the incredible ...

SEARCHES FOR ‘HOW TO PASS GCSE MATHS’ SKYROCKET 2930% AFTER GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR NO STUDENT LOANS WITHOUT A C GRADE

With the announcement that the Government plans to not allow student loans to those who do not achieve at least a grade C in GCSE English and Maths, analysis was conducted on the response from the public.   Oxford Summer School analysed Google ...

Free cyber skills training for thousands of school pupils

Free online cyber security learning rolled out across UK secondary schools    Cyber Explorers will teach 11 to 14-year-olds essential digital skills to meet demand for future talent in the cyber security sector   ...

International EdTech company, Studee earns prestigious B Corp Certification

  International EdTech company Studee are proud to announce their certification as a B Corporation (B Corp). They are leading the way in the International Education space as one of the first companies to become B Certified.  They ...

Young Enterprise launches digital financial education programme to create a new generation of financially capable young people

Young Enterprise, one of the leading social mobility charities in the UK, has today launched a new digital financial education programme designed to help young people thrive in today’s society and develop a positive mindset with money. The new My ...

59% of education professionals haven’t been cybersecurity trained

A new study reveals gaps in cybersecurity in the workplace around educational institutions in the US   A staggering 59% of employees in the education sector haven’t had cybersecurity training arranged by their current employer, according ...

AVer Europe announces new, portable distance learning innovation camera.

AVer Europe, the leading provider of educational technology and Pro AV solutions, announces the DL10 distance learning tracking camera, a small form factor tracking camera.   The DL10 sets hybrid and online educators free from the ...