New headteacher at Saint Felix aims to merge modern education with tradition and heritage

From September 2016, the 120-year-old Saint Felix School, Southwold will be led by new head James Harrison, who at just 33 years old has been promoted to the top job at the school. He takes over from Fran D’Alcorn, who has been at Saint Felix for ...

School Curriculum Pack Launched By Midlands Air Ambulance Charity

  Demonstrating Midlands Air Ambulance Charity’s commitment to the welfare and education of young people, the service has launched a curriculum-based Education Programme.   Aimed at EYSF, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children (aged ...

Collaborations to change the face of education

HundrED today announced a range of new partnerships to help reach teachers across the world in its aim to help schools to transform education.   The partnerships are with the Bett global series of ed-tech events, the social entrepreneur ...

A SUMMER OF LOVIN’ BRITISH FOOD AND AUTUMN’S BRITISH FOOD FORTNIGHT

WHATS HAPPENING? A special summer of patriotic Love British Food celebrations is upon us followed in the autumn by the 15th running of British Food Fortnight, the much loved annual, national celebration of British food and drink, which takes place ...

PrimarySite launches new Video Sharing Platform

PrimarySite, the UK’s leading provider of websites for primary schools and academies, has extended its digital communications portfolio with the addition of a media sharing channel for schools. Continuing in its mission to help teachers and pupils ...

BRITISH THORNTON LAUNCHES TRUDY FIXED FURNITURE RANGE

Yorkshire-based educational furniture manufacturer British Thornton has launched a new range of fixed furniture to an audience of head teachers and school business managers at the Academies Show in London.   The Trudy fixed furniture range ...

TALENTED CHEFS FROM BUSY BEES NURSERIES WILL BE BATTLING IT OUT TO PRODUCE A DISH FREE FROM ALL 14 NAMED ALLERGENS IN A NATIONAL COOKERY COMPETITION

  Chefs from Busy Bees nurseries across the country who have been crafting some delicious allergen-free dishes as part of the Busy Bees’ ABC Chef Competition, are preparing to sauté their way to success at next week’s ...

First of its kind free online CPD training for SEND launches

A new, online continuing professional development (CPD) resource offering free training to help education professionals meet the needs of pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) is to launch on April 29. The resource, ‘Focus on ...

National schools programme leads way in improved attainment for young carers

To mark the first anniversary of the Young Carers in School programme (YCiS), 35 participating schools have provided key data showing dramatic impacts on attendance, achievement and confidence of pupils who care for a loved one following their ...

WOLVERHAMPTON SCHOOLS TO LEARN HOW TO BE HAPPY…

WOLVERHAMPTON primary schools will be the first in the country to run sessions for pupils on how to be happy.   The trailblazing initiative is being developed by award-winning online resource Insight4Life and the city’s Big Lottery funded ...

EES for Schools launch free ‘school effectiveness and formative assessment’ roadshows

25 April 2016: EES for Schools has announced that it will be running a series of 76 free roadshows across the UK, focusing on school effectiveness and formative assessment. The sessions, for headteachers and senior leadership team members, will ...

First News takes on the world!

Leading newspaper for children and young adults launches into the international market   Following ten years in the UK, with more than 10,000 subscribing schools, First News is going global! First News International is a new version of the ...