Teachers in Leicester are going Wild About Learning with the help of Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust

Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust recently held teacher training sessions at Mellor Community Primary School and Marriott Primary School thanks to support from players of People’s Postcode Lottery. The sessions provided teaching staff ...

It all adds up! North Yorkshire primary pupils raise money for the NSPCC with Maths-a-thon

(Left to right) Star fundraisers Evie Hattersley, Kieran Hattersley and Lacie Smith Pupils at Ripon-based Outwood Primary Academy Greystone in North Yorkshire have eagerly immersed themselves in numeracy for a week-long sponsored Maths-a-thon, ...

Educating Essex star receives honorary degree

Influential headteacher Vic Goddard received the award of Honorary Doctor of Education from Anglia Ruskin University’s Vice Chancellor, Professor Iain Martin, during a graduation ceremony at Chelmsford Cathedral yesterday afternoon (MON 8 OCT) Vic ...

BABINGTON HOUSE PUPILS BUILD ROCKET WITH TIM PEAKE

Pupils from Babington House School in Chislehurst came face to face with astronaut Tim Peake at a special event in London recently. The six students were invited to meet the astronaut by Empiribox during a visit to New Scientist Live. Taking place at ...

BBC Children in Need and Twinkl send free Pudsey storybook to Primary schools

  In celebration of this year’s schools fundraising campaign, BBC Children in Need and Proud Schools Partner Twinkl have published a storybook featuring the charity’s mascot, Pudsey Bear. The storybook will be provided free to primary schools ...

People’s Postcode Lottery players fund outdoor lessons at the Horniman

People’s Postcode Lottery players are helping thousands of local children to enjoy learning about nature at the Horniman Museum and Gardens. The Horniman’s curriculum-linked environmental learning sessions will allow children to get in touch with ...

New online self-service tool helps demystify the complexity of GDPR compliance

  Shred-it launches GDPR Manager to help with accountability and compliance by guiding users through a six-step process from initial assessment to an ongoing action plan Monday 8th October, Leeds, UK: Shred-it, the UK’s leading information ...

Making apprenticeships accessible for all is paramount, says AoC

In response to the launch of the Education Committee’s report on apprenticeship quality, Julian Gravatt, Deputy Chief Executive of the Association of Colleges, said: “Today’s new report by the Education Committee raises a lot of interesting and valid ...

Google Rolls Out New Resources To Help Teachers Educate Students About Staying Safe Online

Yesterday Google announces that it is launching a new Safety Centre, a comprehensive site dedicated to helping teachers educate children about keeping safe online. The Google Safety Center features resources and information to help teachers discuss ...

NSPCC partners with gohenry to teach kids the value of giving

The NSPCC has teamed up with pocket money management tool gohenry to encourage young people to give a little to those in a less fortunate position than themselves. The pre-paid debit card and app allows parents to manage their children’s pocket money ...

Playinnovation launches new ‘mini’ versions of its games to satisfy the growing demand from schools

Due to popular demand, Playinnovation the innovative games company has launched a brand-new range of indoor and portable mini-games which are perfect for the school market. Schools can now install Playinnovation’s educational games walls as ‘mini ...

Sir Terry Leahy backs Liverpool business that is revolutionising communications for schools

Former Tesco chief executive, Sir Terry Leahy, is backing a fast-growing Liverpool business that is revolutionising how schools communicate with parents. Sir Terry is investing in Speke-based Parentapps, a venture that is aiming to make the ...