Students must be prepared to deal with uncertain times, says dean of new King’s Business School

Graduates need to be better equipped to deal with a volatile and rapidly-changing world, says the dean of London’s newest business school. At the official launch of the King’s Business School, Executive Dean Professor Stephen Bach said the new school ...

Changing lives with Special iApps

  STANDFIRST: Tablets and smartphones are a way of life for children in the second decade of the 21st Century – but how much screen time is healthy? As the debate continues about giving young people unfettered access to connected gadgets, it ...

PUBLIC URGED TO GET INSPIRED BY POLLINATOR HEROES AT BEES’ NEEDS CHAMPIONS AWARDS

A ‘Bee City’ and a successful reintroduction scheme for the short-haired bumblebee are among the innovative projects highlighted today by Defra Minister Lord Gardiner as inspirational examples of action to protect our pollinators. The annual Bees’ ...

Birmingham teachers tackle child anxiety

Teachers at Hallfield School in Edgbaston were, last week, educated on how to spot signs of anxiety and depression in their pupils. The school invited parent and Cognitive Behaviour Therapist Raj Bassi to run a workshop on Mental Health to give staff ...

Secondary schools offered an insight into marketing with one of the world’s biggest chocolate brands

Cadbury World is offering Key Stage 4 and 5 pupils the unique opportunity to bring the topic of marketing to life with an insight into the world-famous Cadbury brand and its award-winning marketing campaigns.   Designed to meet KS4 and KS5 Business ...

SIXTH FORM OPEN EVENINGS ANNOUNCED FOR 2018 AT RYE ST ANTONY

Oxford’s Rye St Antony has announced two sixth form open evenings for 2018 on both Thursday 18 January and Thursday 8 November from 7pm – 8.30pm.   Prospective students are invited to take a tour around the Sixth Form facilities based on the ...

EDUCATER LAUNCH ONLINE SEF TO GET SCHOOLS READY FOR OFSTED

Educater is very excited to announce the launch of its new module SEFonline – an online self-evaluation tool that supports senior school leaders in preparing for Ofsted inspection visits and shaping their school improvement plans. The purpose ...

Birmingham conference to explore strategies to tackle school bullying

Academics, researchers and teachers are to gather at Birmingham City University this month to explore new tactics and share evidence of what works to tackle bullying in schools.   The day-long ‘Contemporary Research and Practice in ...

National Theatre’s MACBETH to tour to secondary schools and colleges in Doncaster, London, Sunderland and Wakefield

Following a successful tour to schools and performances in the Dorfman theatre earlier this year, in which nearly 5000 students saw Macbeth, the production now begins a tour this week to a further 31 schools and colleges across Doncaster, London, ...

TROUBLED TEENS OR TEENS IN TROUBLE?

Centrepoint reveals issues at school can be an early sign of future homelessness   Long absences from school and not completing exams are two of the most common identifiers of youth homelessness Findings come from research with UK’s largest ever ...

LIVE DISSECTION CPD EVENT FOR TEACHERS

Learn how to bring dissection to life in you classroom Operating Theatre Live part of the company that bought you Anatomy Lab Live, are back in Manchester and with The Thomas-Lowde Group and Castles Education, are offering teachers, in all phases of ...

ONE MONTH LEFT TO VOTE FOR AN AMAZING TEACHER

People across Wales have until Thursday 30 November to nominate outstanding teachers in Wales for the Professional Teaching Awards Cymru and with three extra categories, there are even more opportunities to celebrate the very best in Welsh education. ...