Launched today: Schools STEM challenge to build accessible flight simulator

  The Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) has today launched a new competition, Falcon2, aimed at young people aged 6-19 to design and build an accessible mobile flight simulator.   The Falcon2 challenge builds on the success of the ...

How EdTech can help facilitate better mental health support

Al Kingsley, CEO, NetSupport According to the Centre for Mental Health, the state of the nation’s mental health is at a “tipping point”. And, following a recent UK government report which found that one in six children in England suffer ...

National recruitment and training provider Qube Learning partners with The Prince’s Trust to help thousands of young people into employment

Qube Learning: Get Started with Healthcare, in partnership with The Prince’s Trust   Leading national recruitment and training provider Qube Learning has partnered with youth charity The Prince’s Trust to recruit and place young people into ...

Aurora Immersive and Igloo Vision partner to provide immersive classrooms in the UK

Igloo Vision, the shared immersive workspace company, and Aurora Immersive, a division of Osborne Technologies, have partnered to bring immersive classroom technology within the reach of primary schools, secondary schools and colleges across the. ...

Taking the world by storm.

Sensory and Active Floor Graphics are taking the world by storm, as a way of providing Physical Literacy to schools. With a fun spin on education, there’s no wonder why! This is where ActivPath™ comes in; asking children to follow a path, balance, ...

How one primary school is building a more inclusive environment for its pupils

‘The number one thing is the inclusivity benefits of the resources. Not having pupils question who is playing football and building a much deeper level of respect for each other.’ Creating an inclusive environment for pupils is a top priority for ...

Prioritising financial education will add £200bn to the UK economy by 2050

Prioritising financial education will inject an extra £6.98 billion into the UK economy each year Brits who didn’t receive financial education as a child are more likely to be unemployed, or earning less today, than those who did Kids who receive ...

RSPB teacher-training scheme to bring nature to life for West Midlands schoolchildren

Image: Children undertaking a bioblitz in their school grounds. Credit RSPB (rspb-images.com) Up to 60 teachers from schools across Birmingham and the West Midlands are being given the chance to take part in a training programme that will ...

Top marks for education start-up

      A SOFTWARE platform built to help schools improve attendance and intervention management is to be rolled out across the UK following a successful trial.   A Star Attendance Solutions, founded in 2018 by former local ...

Team GB and Aldi inspire healthy eating in schools with Kevin the Carrot and Ebanana’s Christmas Carol resources and prizes

Get Set to Eat Fresh is excited to announce the return of Kevin the Carrot, the star of Aldi’s Christmas advert with the new healthy eating resources titled ‘Kevin’s Christmas Carol’ and ‘A Christmas Campaign’. Aldi has released Christmas-themed ...

150 inspirational Ambassadors have joined the British Inspiration Trust (BRIT) to support and improve young adult mental health and fitness throughout the UK with this year’s BRIT Challenge

The British Inspiration Trust (BRIT) continue to deliver their annual feelgood February fundraiser with three aims;   Support student mental health, fitness & wellbeing and reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness Deliver inspiration to ...

The Skills Network repositions to revolutionise online learning industry

The Skills Network, one of the UK’s largest technology and content houses, has repositioned its brand to drive a new vision of transformative learning, sustainability solutions, and make online learning experiences more enjoyable and accessible to ...