Teachers will lead the digital learning revolution in schools

More than 20,000 teachers from around the world will come together on Saturday, the 17th of April to recognise the leading role teachers have played in developing digital and educational solutions to the pandemic crisis at the inaugural T4 ...

One in three teachers thinking of leaving profession due to “unbearable pressure” during Covid-19

Schools are on the verge of a staffing crisis, as one in three (34%) teachers are considering leaving the profession as a result of “unbearable pressure”, according to new research from specialist insurer Ecclesiastical.   Covid-19 has created ...

VODAFONE OFFERS FAMILIES FREE ACCESS TO ONLINE TUTORING SERVICE TO SUPPORT CHILDREN AHEAD OF SCHOOL ASSESSMENTS

Vodafone today announced it is providing free access to a top-quality virtual tutoring service to support students as they prepare for important in-school assessments that will replace exams this year. Through its partnership with leading online ...

NIKE AND DISCOVERY EDUCATION LAUNCH DRIVE TO KEEP KIDS MOVING DURING THE EASTER HOLIDAYS

Digital resources will help parents boost kids’ activity during the school break   Families across the UK are being encouraged to access a popular digital programme this Easter – to find tips and ideas to keep kids active during the school ...

MODULAR CLASSROOMS TO CREATE 750 NEW SCHOOL PLACES IN ESSEX

  CONSTRUCTION has started to create a number of new classroom blocks at three secondary schools across Essex – adding 750 much-needed school places for pupils in the county. The modular units will be installed at Clacton County High School, in ...

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

Digital signage software company TrilbyTV has announced an exciting new partnership with Britannica Digital Learning! This means that schools can now access World Facts, which shows a country, capital, population and one of five country-specific ...

Why literacy skills can help mitigate the impact of the pandemic

There’s an urgent need to support children in literacy so their life chances are not affected by Covid-19, says Andrea Welter, assistant head teacher from Pheasey Park Primary School and Early Years Centre. The pandemic is creating new inequalities ...

Premier League launches Wellbeing Stars challenge, encouraging schoolchildren to carry out acts of kindness

The Premier League has today launched the Wellbeing Stars challenge, which encourages primary school-aged children across England and Wales to come up with and carry out five acts of kindness in a single week.    The challenge tasks five to ...

Are you ready for the academies budget forecast return?

    It’s that time of year when minds in the Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) sector usually turn to the annual Budget Forecast Return Outturn (BFRO).   BFRO is typically used by the Department for Education (DfE) to review the in-year ...

Dentsu UK partners with Co-op for the 2021 edition of pioneering schools programme The Code

Innovative training initiative to bridge the skills and diversity gap returns for fifth year after reaching 11,000 students so far    London, 17 March 2021: Dentsu UK’s flagship schools programme, The Code, will celebrate its fifth ...

Education software provider launches innovative pre-order meal app for schools

Pre-order school meals on-the-go International provider of cashless education software, ami Education, has launched Infinity+ Order, a pre-order app for schools globally. As part of their Infinity+ range of cashless retail and payment, ID management ...

Lockdown lifted your savings? Top tips for making your money work for you

  Daniela Attenborough, financial consultant at Wesleyan Group, the specialist financial services mutual for teachers explores how teachers can get the most out of their lockdown savings.   In the face of long hours, high workloads and the ...