OVER HALF OF FURTHER EDUCATION TEACHERS CONSIDER WORKING OUT OF OFFICE HOURS AMONG THEIR BIGGEST CHALLENGES SAYS REPORT

-66% would like to see software used to speed up marking process- -50% welcome online learner quizzes- More than half (54%) of educators in further education (FE) colleges list having to work out of office hours among their biggest challenges in ...

Science clubs celebrated at Buckingham Palace

The British Science Association, with support from new Royal Patron, launches Great British Science Club to honour 30th anniversary of flagship education programme The British Science Association (BSA) has launched the Great British Science Club at ...

Case study: Kellogg’s: Our Teens are hungry in the classroom

Mother-of-three Angel-Clare Grant, 35, struggles to get 13-year-old daughter Leah up for breakfast in the mornings and is frustrated by the lack of access to a healthy breakfast in school. Angel lives with husband Alastair Grant, 37, and her children ...

Rise in young people using smartphones leads to ‘safe WiFi’ symbol awareness campaign

SOARING smartphone use in children and a huge hike in public WiFi hotspots has led to a campaign calling on businesses to let customers know their internet is filtered for inappropriate content. The ‘It’s Good to Know’ campaign has been launched by ...

The ‘Facebook for Education’: Frog wins groundbreaking national bid to support Danish education

This London EdTech Week, Frog Education, the UK based education technology company, has won a government contract alongside Danish IT business consultancy, Netcompany, to develop a bespoke school communication and collaboration platform for 2 million ...

Neath Port Talbot business screens anti-bullying film in Parliament

  A Neath Port Talbot business has produced a ground-breaking film about bullying in schools, which will have its premiere in the House of Parliament on Tuesday 11th July, following MPs recognising the importance of the film in fighting against ...

Essential Seminar Announced – Collaborative Thinking: Counter-Terrorism for Professionals

A one-day seminar focused on counter-terrorism strategies for professionals is to take place on Thursday 5 October, in a Central London location. The day will feature expert speakers including Stuart Hyde QPM, Former Chief Constable ...

LIVERPOOL-BASED HONEY POT DAY NURSERIES TO OPEN A NEW SITE FOLLOWING SIGNIFICANT FUNDING FROM SANTANDER

Liverpool-based Honey Pot Day Nurseries, which currently runs four highly successful nurseries in the city, has acquired its fifth site following significant funding from Santander Business Banking.   Established in 2007 by husband and wife team ...

Applications open for world-class summer schools

Applications for Université Paris-Saclay’s varied summer school programme have opened. Covering multidisciplinary fields, the courses, seminars, workshops, and hackathons are led by world-class research teams from the university. The summer schools ...

The Subway® brand launches new partnership with Sports for Schools

Enabling primary school children access to inspirational athletes   22nd June 2017: The Subway® brand is proud to announce a new two year partnership with Sports for Schools, as it continues its commitment to encourage families and children in ...

Standing up for creativity in rural communities

Rural communities face social, geographic and economic challenges that mean people have limited access to professional arts. Pioneering the way forward and setting about to make the arts accessible to all, rural arts charity Settle Stories in the ...

Essential Seminar Announced – Collaborative Thinking: Counter-Terrorism for Professionals

      A one-day seminar focused on counter-terrorism strategies for professionals is to take place on Thursday 5 October, in a Central London location. The day will feature expert speakers including Stuart Hyde QPM, Former Chief ...