Tapscott Learning Trust celebrates quadruple award win

In its first year, the pioneering Newham academy Trust secures a raft of national awards Awards for professional development, religious education and promoting citizenship are bestowed to the Trust’s three schools The Tapscott Learning Trust in ...

PROFESSIONAL TEACHING AWARDS SEARCHING FOR BEST IN CLASS

The Professional Teaching Awards Cymru are back for another year to celebrate the very best in Welsh education Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams, announced yesterday that the search for Wales’ best Teaching Professionals for the third ...

Dyslexia does not have to be a life sentence

By Sarah Warley The Key Clinic specialises in neuroplastic healing techniques for many childhood and adult difficulties, including Dyslexia. Techniques are cutting-edge, drug-free and have lasting results. Launched by psychologist, Sarah Warley, the ...

Royole RoWrite Smart Writing Pad now available in the UK

RoWrite combines the traditional pen and paper writing experience with digital capture and share advantages Royole Corporation, a leading innovator and manufacturer of next-generation human-machine interface technologies and products such as advanced ...

RAF wife and author writes children’s books to help ‘Little Troopers’ cope with military life

Donna David is a children’s picture book writer who knows just how difficult life can be for British Armed Forces children. The author and mum-of-three is married to a serving Airman, who can often be away for weeks or months at a time. That’s why ...

WORLD SPACE WEEK: PRIMARY PUPILS REACH FOR THE STARS IN UK SPACE CHALLENGE

Primary school pupils across the UK are being invited to take part in an exciting new challenge to mark the start of World Space Week, which kicks off on 4th October. “Win a Star” will give children the chance to take their place in space, by winning ...

The Great Books Guide will be delivered to 22,000 schools in England, Northern Ireland and Wales

BookTrust releases its Great Book Guide 2018 featuring 100 books for children age 0-12 This autumn BookTrust has published its Great Books Guide 2018 which features, for the first time ever, 100 book recommendations for children aged 0-12. It ...

LIVERPOOL WATERS AND THE CITY OF LIVERPOOL COLLEGE MAKE WAVES WITH UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR NEXT GENERATION

Liverpool Waters, the £5 billion regeneration project, and the city region’s biggest college, The City of Liverpool College have announced a partnership that will provide local students with apprenticeship opportunities on the project’s various ...

Principals by CH&CO starts the 2018/19 school year with new openings worth £7.5m

Principals by CH&CO has had a strong start to the new school year with more than 16 new schools opening this term adding to the current established portfolio. The new partnerships have a total value in turnover of £7.5m for the duration of the ...

National Deaf Children’s Society responds to head teachers marching on Downing Street

‏Ian Noon, Head of Policy and Research at the National Deaf Children’s Society, said: “Head teachers from across the country are marching on Downing Street because of huge pressures on the education system. For children with special educational ...

Hallfield School Marks 140th Anniversary with Time Capsule Burial

Hallfield School in Edgbaston today launched a year of special anniversary celebrations by planting a time capsule on the school grounds. The capsule, which will be opened by future pupils on the School’s 150th anniversary in 2029, contains artefacts ...

Overworked social services impacting standards of care for vulnerable children

Social workers, education and law enforcement workers in England concerned at rising childhood problems and shrinking services 85% of social workers have admitted that increased pressure on agencies that interact with vulnerable children means they ...