The most Googled questions about tutoring, answered by an education expert

During the pandemic, learning and education shifted online. Gone were the classrooms, pupils and teachers, the reality soon became learning via a screen at home. Even though it was a hot topic, many people are still unaware of the concept of ...

New careers website tackles outdated stereotypes about careers in geography

  Esri UK launches careers resources to inspire more students to study geography and GIS   9 June 2022 – Esri UK today announced a new Careers with GIS website, designed to inspire more students to study geography and GIS at ...

GEMS Education launches scholarship programme to mark Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee

• Programme to award one scholarship for every year of Queen’s 70-year reign • 70 pupils to benefit from scholarships, each covering tuition fees for a full year • GEMS students from across 43 GEMS schools will be eligible for scholarships DUBAI, ...

Get your students to explore the potential of their own brain and answer Life’s Big Questions

London, 8 June 2022: Students aged 7 – 11 across the UK are invited to participate in an interactive survey titled Life’s Big Questions. Created by Dreamachine, a one-of-a-kind programme setting the minds of the UK public alight with its ...

Campus Crime: London School of Economics reports over £250k of thefts

  Laptops, mobile phones, and Rolex watches reported as lost or stolen by students and staff   London, 8th June 2022 – The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), a leading research institution, has recorded nearly £250,000 ...

Students take to the runway in Blackheath High School fashion show

Blackheath High School hosts first live fashion show in over two years to showcase the incredible design talent of its students.   Entitled ‘Disrupt’, the show references the disruption faced by students throughout the pandemic. Students were ...

Can your students design a comic strip to show their vision of a future Olympic or Paralympic Games? Aldi, Team GB and ParalympicsGB want to hear from you!

Aldi, Team GB and ParalympicsGB are marking the 10th anniversary of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games by launching the Get Set to Eat Fresh Design a Comic Strip competition. School children aged 5–14 are invited to bring to life their ...

Opening of the Roman Baths Clore Learning Centre

The Roman Baths Clore Learning Centre ­– a new, state-of-the-art Learning Centre at the Roman Baths – will open on 16 June and is now taking bookings for the autumn term.  A former Victorian spa laundry building, along with an area of Roman ...

COBIS AND DISCOVERY EDUCATION 2022 CODING CHALLENGE: INTERNATIONAL COMPUTING COMPETITION WINNERS ANNOUNCED

COBIS (Council of British International Schools) and Discovery Education are delighted to announce the winners of the 2022 Coding Challenge – a competition for British International Schools which sees students compete with ...

Online Parent-Teacher Conferences should be encouraged

Once or twice a year, parents pay a visit to the school to meet with teachers and discuss about their children. Whether it’s about the academic progress their kids have made, or how they are doing in general within the school environment, the annual ...

CAN’T GET THE STAFF?

MOXI BRINGS YOU CLASSROOM-READY CANDIDATES One former head teacher’s struggle to secure classroom-ready staff for his school has led to the launch of Moxi, a specialist education recruitment and training company, which is set to revolutionise the way ...

PRIMARY SCHOOL CELEBRATES QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE BY DESIGNING ROYAL COMPUTER GAMES

Pupils at a Rochdale primary school have marked the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in a royally creative way this week – by designing their own Jubilee-themed computer games. Year 4 pupils from Parkfield Primary School in Rochdale put their digital skills ...