A world first in Cambridge: IB special autism school to open in 2021

The Cavendish School, the world’s first International Baccalaureate (IB) special autism school is set to open on the outskirts of Cambridge in Autumn 2021. Based in Impington, The Cavendish School will also be Cambridgeshire’s first state maintained ...

Covid-19 and the classroom: what has been the impact on NQTs/trainees?

Last month the Education Support charity published a new report on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the mental health and wellbeing of education staff which revealed “a profession feeling unsupported and unappreciated”. The report, ...

BRIDGING THE EDUCATION GAP NEW ‘CONNECTED EDUCATION’ PILOT LAUNCHES IN NEWBURY SCHOOL

Vodafone launches Connected Education: a suite of digital tools and services including tablet devices, connectivity and security. Includes mobile Wi-Fi to boost school connectivity and specialist training to help teachers with digital skills. ...

Danone’s Eat Like a Champ programme launches updated healthy, sustainable lifestyle resources for primary school pupils

Danone has revitalised it’s popular Eat Like a Champ resources, placing sustainability at the heart of the free, evidence-based healthy eating education programme. Since it’s launch in 2010, the programme has already reached over half a million ...

Quarter of Teachers Have Less Time to Focus on Their Mental Health

Latest research reveals the knock-on effect of virtual learning on mental health issues In recognition of the incredible challenge ahead, a new mental health course to look after the UK’s educators has launched today and will be available for free ...

Education world putting more focus on planning compared to six months ago reveals Plandisc

A 32% increase in downloads in the last four weeks is a tangible indicator that planning is back at the top of the agenda according to Plandisc, the world’s first ...

HOW SCHOOLS CAN MAKE THE WORLD BETTER WITH A (SOCIALLY DISTANCED) CHRISTMAS SWEATER!

Christmas Jumper Day is back! And whilst it may look a little different after a challenging year, Save the Children is hoping that flashing, festive knits will still be sweeping the nation on Friday 11th December, creating much needed Christmas cheer ...

MakerBot Releases New Report on Trends in 3D Printing and STEAM Education

Report underscores the use of 3D printing as a learning tool to drive engagement with students and help them develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and design thinking skills BROOKLYN, N.Y., October 16, 2020 – MakerBot, a global leader in 3D ...

MARCUS RASHFORD MBE LAUNCHES PETITION TO URGE UK GOVERNMENT TO ACT WITHOUT DELAY ON ENDING CHILD FOOD POVERTY

#ENDCHILDFOODPOVERTY The England International Footballer launches Parliamentary Petition on Government website, calling on the General Public to pledge support to #endchildfoodpoverty.  Mechanism to demonstrate high levels of public support for ...

West Yorkshire Primary School receives Anti-Bullying Award UK

Wilsden Primary School praised for anti-bullying efforts Bradford based Wilsden Primary School has received the ABQM-UK Bronze Award after successfully establishing effective and sustainable anti-bullying policies and strategies which has become a ...

AVer Europe launches mechanical arm visualiser with impressive 322X zoom

LONDON – 14 October 2020 – AVer Europe, the award-winning provider of video collaboration and education technology solutions, announces the launch of the AVerVision M90UHD Mechanical Arm Visualiser. This innovative teaching tool is destined to ...

First-ever virtual Get Online Week levels up digitally excluded UK

A national campaign to reach the 9 million people in the UK who are unable to use the internet fully returns next week – held virtually for the first time ever. As the UK is thrown into a harsh Winter with intensifying restrictions, Get Online ...