Codelocks introduces new ‘smart’ lock range

Advanced technology in a standalone lock enables easier access control   Newbury, Berkshire, 5 September 2016 – Codelocks announces availability of its first smart lock range, offering flexibility and convenience by providing a range of entry ...

HIGH DEMAND FOR NEW BESPOKE ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE FOR SCHOOLS

More than 120 schools and academies are set to introduce brand new accountancy software designed specifically for the education sector this month, after raising concerns that current systems are not fit for purpose.   The new software, HCSS ...

Because Handwriting Matters

To celebrate the age old act of putting pen to paper, online retailer and gift hub Pen Heaven present their Handwriting Matters campaign – launched to proliferate the art of handwriting and promote the many benefits associated with writing by hand. ...

Students demand results…by text

A Chester-based mobile marketing innovator has made Scottish students more connected to education than ever by sending out results by text.   Students traditionally receive their National Qualification results through the post from the Scottish ...

“We’re incredibly proud of our students; all their hard work has paid off”

Altwood students celebrate record GCSE results   Celebrations were in full swing today at Altwood Church of England School in Maidenhead, when students received their GCSE results.  This year saw the school achieve their best ever set of GCSE results ...

Up in the cloud: taking performance review to new heights

Manor Church of England Academy in York has over 1,000 students and 140 staff members. Like most schools, they initially recorded performance reviews on paper, but this ran the risk of files being misplaced, developmental needs that couldn’t be ...

King’s Maths School Reigns Supreme

Students at King’s College London Mathematics School (KCLMS) celebrated their A-level results recently with 100% receiving an A* or A grade in Mathematics, including 83% gaining an A*. The students, who had their university destinations confirmed ...

What’s in store for the next 100 years of education? – By Kate Robinson, Editor in Chief, HundrED

By Kate Robinson, Editor in Chief, HundrED. Education is a human system. Sir Ken Robinson describes it as being ‘not an impersonal, inert engineering system, it’s constantly in flux and changing. It exists in the actions and activities of people ...

BHF encourage schools to register for free CPR training kits and take part in milestone event

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is calling on secondary schools across the UK to join the largest CPR training event of its kind on European Restart a Heart Day, Tuesday 18th October1 when the heart research charity, alongside other organisations, ...

Challenging topic tackled at Kenwood House for Key Stage 3 students

The legacy and impact of the abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade and its connection to Kenwood revealed for schools on site   Kenwood House in North London is expanding its education offer from September with a brand new expert-led Discovery ...

Not going to university was my best decision ever…..

PET-Xi Social Media and Digital Marketing apprentice Liam Patel, aged 21, explains why he chose an apprenticeship over a university degree course  Liam Patel at PET-Xi’s offices in Coventry. Having left 6th form college with a Level 3 BTEC in ...

STABILO and National Handwriting Association to launch handwriting resources site for teachers

STABILO has teamed up with the National Handwriting Association to create a dedicated suite of handwriting resources for primary school teachers.   The German-based manufacturer of writing materials will host these on a new web portal which ...