Learn to Game or Game to Learn?

    When the world shifted to remote learning, many got their first chance to experience digital learning tools. And generally, teachers, students, and parents liked them. Whilst this might come as a surprise to those who are not yet ...

The Roman Baths Clore Learning Centre in Bath

  Connect with history where it really happened! Opens spring 2022    Experience history where it happened! Step back in time and explore the world of ancient Bath on a school trip to the Roman Baths Clore Learning Centre. Opening this ...

Elastik launches to help schools tackle critical learning gaps across the UK

  Elastik will launch with over 100 UK schools and Multi Academy Trusts to address learning gaps created by the pandemic and inequalities in learning Insight from Elastik could be used to directly support teachers in the UK’s 55 educational ...

The new normal – how exams are changing post pandemic

In-person exams have not taken place since 2019 for many students, with just over 600,000 Key Stage 4 students missing out on taking exams in 2021 alone. Sussex-based, leading print-security firm, Zunoma, is preparing for the summer exam season by ...

Free webinar to help DSLs at Multi-Academy Trusts spot students at risk online

Digital safeguarding leads (DSLs), Teachers and IT managers from Multi-academy Trusts (MATs) across the UK are invited to register for a free webinar designed to help spot potential online threats that could be impacting their students, while ...

North London Pupils Lead World in Trialling New Technology

Pupils at a North London primary school are discovering a whole new way of learning, as the first children in the world to use a new app that brings 3D dinosaurs, spaceships and ancient civilisations into the classroom.   Anson Primary School in ...

World’s first personal defibrillator launches in the UK

At up to one tenth of the price, size, and weight of conventional AEDs, CellAED® is designed to reduce unnecessary deaths from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest – and is available for pre-order at cellaed.io       The ...

Trust leaders determined to grow this year, despite multitude of barriers

78% of trust leaders surveyed say their trust is planning to grow this year Yet most say they have experienced barriers to growth including ‘reluctance of schools to academise’ (48%) and schools needing to prioritise dealing with the impact of ...

Short Édition introduces the Short Story Cube at BETT 2022

In the UK, reading for pleasure is at an all-time low: in 2020, less than half of children and young people said they enjoy reading, according to the National Literacy Trust.  Short Édition is on a mission to change that and will be at BETT show ...

The world’s first IB special autism school building opens in Cambridge

The world’s first International Baccalaureate (IB) special autism school building has officially opened its doors, enabling The Cavendish School to accept an additional 50 students this term in Years 3 – 7.     The school, which ...

College wins pioneering mental health award for the second time

Impington Village College, on the outskirts of Cambridge, has been awarded the Gold Status School Mental Health Award by the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools for the second time. This is in recognition of its continuous ...

Kicking off our largest ever celebrations for World Book Day 2022 with over 100 partners

World Book Day celebrates 25 years This year the National Literacy Trust is celebrating World Book Day with over 100 partners to inspire and delight children with the wonder of books – including hundreds of businesses, publishers, booksellers and ...