Adobe Education UK responds to the news from Education Secretary Gavin Williamson that extra measures will be put into place to ensure fair exams next summer. Claire Darley, Adobe Vice President for Digital Media in EMEA, comments;

“Whilst Adobe welcomes the move from the Government to support both educators and the students they teach in what are unprecedented times, claims made by the Education Secretary that exams are the best way of measuring performance fall wide of the ...

MarvellousMe collaborates with TT Rock Stars to bring school rewards schemes into the 21st century

  2nd December 2020: MarvellousMe has today announced a collaboration with Maths Circle Ltd, providers of award-winning maths learning programmes Times Table Rock Stars and NumBots, to provide schools with a cutting-edge pupil rewards scheme, ...

Schools & Academies Show and the EdTech Summit Take Place Online!

The Schools & Academies Show and EdTech Summit took place last week (17th -20th November), for the first time ever as fully interactive virtual experiences. The new event format allowed attendees to peruse an online exhibition, visit the ...

Celebrate Christmas Like Never Before with KidZania’s Secret Christmas Experience!

KidZania needs you to help keep the Christmas Spirit Alive! London, December 2020: The UK’s largest indoor edutainment centre, KidZania London, is preparing to re-open on the 5th December and celebrate Christmas like never before, with their ...

How Technology is Helping Tackle the Widening Maths Attainment Gap

With recent findings predicting maths to be the subject most affected by school closures, it’s time to harness the power of tech to address the maths attainment gap once and for all, argues Joy Deep Nath, co-founder of SplashLearn – a game-based ...

Schools across England and Wales encouraged to get involved in Census 2021

The Office for National Statistics is launching brand new educational resources to teach pupils all about the census and its importance in our national life. The ONS set up a census secondary school programme back in September to support Census ...

School delivers more than 22,000 live online lessons during lockdown

  Pupils only missed one days of lessons as staff worked ‘around the clock’ to pivot to a full digital curriculum within 48-hours Whilst schools and universities remained open through the second national lockdown, social distancing and ...

Three in five teachers fear for their safety, new research finds

Three in five teachers fear for their safety while working in schools due to COVID-19 Two in five believe schools should shut again and students return to home-schooling to protect staff and pupils One in ten say COVID-19 government guidelines ...

RECRUITMENT CAMPAIGN SHOWS TEACHERS TO BE EVEN MORE VALUED THAN BEFORE THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

West Calder High School, West Lothian.Scottish Government teacher recruitment pics for Stripe.Head teacher Greg McDowall with kids. New research highlights what people have learned about teachers An online survey commissioned by the Scottish ...

Students call for greater teamwork between teachers during the pandemic

  Study by Teacherly finds that almost two thirds of pupils would like teachers to work together to create online lessons to help everyone achieve their potential amid coronavirus pandemic Pupils believe schools of all reputations can ...

School installs barriers to reduce risk of spreading coronavirus

A Nottinghamshire primary school has taken tough action to ensure that parents and children socially distance during drop off and pick up times, to reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19.   Lantern Lane Primary School, in Lantern Lane, East ...

Top academics unite for a virtual conference to help plan for a better future in times of crisis

COVID-19 has proved that we are at a pivotal point in our history, we need to make urgent decisions to safeguard the environment. And in order to combat the imminent challenges of today, Trinity Business School is supporting EURAM, the European-based ...