Bett Academies launches

  Bett Academies, a new event developed in consultation with senior education leaders in the UK, launches this week to provide advice, guidance and inspiration to academies, MATs and schools exploring academisation. The event takes place from 16 ...

Students turn to teachers over parents or friends for advice

New research from Which? University reveals that more students look to their teachers for advice on their education options, than their parents or friends.   According to the research, six in ten (59%) students turned to their teachers for ...

UK EdTech heads to China on first ministerial trade mission post-Brexit

London, 19 September 2016   17 of the UK’s leading EdTech companies will be visiting Shanghai and Beijing next week on a ministerial mission organised by the Department for International Trade (DIT) and BESA, to visit a wide range of Chinese ...

Latest News: The Education Commission

Today, the International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity (the Education Commission), a group of world leaders composed of presidents, former prime ministers, business and education leaders set out an ambitious and credible ...

Get to grips with handwriting competition

Cambridge University Press has once again teamed up with SATIPS for this year’s National Schools’ Handwriting Competition, following the success of last year’s competition which saw over 9,500 entries from around the world. The competition, which ...

A quarter of parents say school websites aren’t up to scratch

A report launched today has found that one in four parents think their child’s school website needs improvement.   The research of 1,000 parents with children at school age, undertaken by digital agency Web Foundry, set out to uncover parent’s ...

HCSS Education bolsters consultant team with education expertise

A leading education finance company has hired two new senior consultants to provide valuable expertise as it continues to expand its operations with innovative products specially designed for schools and academies. Jenny Goy and Phil Andrews have ...

Mon Ami Children’s Nurseries to Stage LIVES Fundraiser

The staff and children at Mon Ami’s new nursery in Wragby are doing their bit for charity by organising a fundraising event to raise money for LIVES. The fundraiser will take place on Wednesday 21st September in aid of the Lincolnshire Integrated ...

Kajima completes first of seven new secondary schools in £135 million project

As part of the Priority Schools Building Programme, the project will provide over 8,000 pupils                 with new purpose-built school facilities   14 September 2016 – Award-winning developer and investor, Kajima is pleased to announce ...

British Red Cross launches free earthquake teaching resource for geography teachers

The British Red Cross, supported by the Geographical Association, has launched a new, free educational resource for geography teachers. Natural disasters: earthquakes is a curriculum-led geography teaching resource that draws on the recent experience ...

PPL and PRS for Music announce joint music licence for nurseries

UK music licensing bodies PPL and PRS for Music are committed to providing simple and efficient music licensing for nurseries   As part of their commitment to simplify music licensing for customers, music licensing organisations PPL and PRS for ...

Independent Schools Show 2016 Launches with Stellar Speaker Line-up

Patrick Derham (Headmaster, Westminster School) among “who’s who” list of speakers Country’s largest school open day – over 200 independent schools set to attend Free ‘early bird’ tickets available until 30 September The Independent Schools ...