Bursary boost for female tech students

Women interested in studying computer science have been able to apply for a bursary worth £12,000 – the first of its kind ever offered at Nottingham Trent University.   The bursary was set up by leading B2B technology solutions provider ...

Schools must not rely on children being vaccinated to curb Covid infections

The ‘theatre’ of technological solutions can provide further reassurance and reminders to staff and pupils to maintain high hygiene levels   As the government looks at scrapping the rules around groups of pupils having to self-isolate if a ...

One fifth of education workers do not intend to commute again post pandemic

Almost one in five education workers do not intend to return to the office again post pandemic, largely due to ongoing concerns around infection control on public transport As employees across the UK are to set to embark on their return to the ...

Back our athletes this summer with the Share Your Pride programme from Team GB and ParalympicsGB

Team GB and ParalympicsGB are encouraging our nation’s schools to get behind our competitors this summer with the launch of Share Your Pride, an inclusive and engaging programme created to inspire young people aged 5 – 16. The aim is to bring ...

Premier League Primary Stars launch new PE Planning Toolkit for teachers

The Premier League is launching the first phase of new PE planning and delivery resources through its flagship education programme, Premier League Primary Stars. The Premier League Primary Stars PE Planning Toolkit is a complete package of teaching ...

Nottingham Pupils Take Centre Stage at National ‘RSE Day’ Livestream Event

Pupils from a Nottingham special school took centre stage today, in a nationwide assembly which was broadcast live to hundreds of UK primary schools.   Children from Rosehill School in Nottingham had a starring role in RSE Day, a national ...

Top texts to engage reluctant readers revealed in new teacher insight report

Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Wonder and Captain Underpants are the top three books suggested by teachers to engage pupils who are reluctant to read, according to a new insight report published by Laburnum House Educational.   Laburnum House, which ...

Persona Life Skills online platform solves three problems facing social-emotional learning

More than ever before young people need to develop social-emotional life skills that boost wellbeing, but schools and colleges face three big problems: Other curriculum priorities, lack of specialist teachers, and PSHE teacher workload. The Persona ...

WWF teams up with TrilbyTV to bring ‘WWF Facts’ to schools digital signage

Monday 21st July 2021 –  Digital signage software company TrilbyTV has announced an exciting new partnership with the Worldwide Fund for Nature! The new partnership will bring facts from the globally recognised organisation to school ...

Education technology provider launches first facial recognition software to UK secondary schools

  CRB Cunninghams, provider of cashless catering, online payment, and identity management solutions to education establishments in the UK, is the first education technology company to launch Facial Recognition software for UK secondary. ...

Rising to the reading challenge

After a year of disruption to the education of children (despite the best efforts of teachers), the demands of supporting all children, who may have had very different experiences of learning, remains paramount.  However, the disparity between ...

EVERFI & TEACHER TAPP RESEARCH FINDS 97% OF TEACHERS STRESS THE IMPORTANCE OF FINANCIAL EDUCATION

As part of their newly launched Understanding Money Month this June, EVERFI a leading education company who are committed to closing the education gaps that lead to long-term inequality, in partnership with popular app Teacher Tapp, has ...