Headteacher’s pride as Bradford primary children embrace changes driven by Covid-19 crisis

The executive headteacher of two Bradford primary schools has today praised the resilience of her children throughout the Covid-19 crisis for the way that they have embraced the changes brought about by the pandemic – including socially ...

New white paper reveals how primary school leaders plan to tackle Covid-19 challenges

As school gates begin to open, primary schools are facing a flood of exceptional challenges, including discovering the true impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on their students’ education.  In a new white paper, Making the impossible possible – A ...

UK STARTUP TO KEEP ONLINE LEARNING FREE DURING AND AFTER CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Atom Learning assists home schooling by keeping online lessons free indefinitely after revenue increases during Coronavirus pandemic The company continues its revenue-generating expansion into Singapore and UAE following Department for International ...

How schools and universities can implement temperature screening to ensure student safety post-lockdown

As lockdown restrictions are being gradually eased across the country, industries of all types must now consider additional health and safety measures, to ensure a safe re-opening. Schools and universities in particular, which have been badly ...

STEVEN GERRARD PARTNERSHIP PROMISES TO INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION OF SPORTS STARS

A new partnership has launched in Merseyside, offering young people across the UK the opportunity to attend Liverpool Football College in association with Steven Gerrard, and pursue a career in the sports industry. Since opening in 2011, the college ...

Cambridge Primary Education Trust leader issues update on phased return of pupils

Cambridge Primary Education Trust (CPET), which comprises Hatton Park Primary School, Histon & Impington Infant School, Histon & Impington Junior School, Somersham Primary School and Trumpington Park Primary School, has issued an update on ...

LIFELADDER DECLARES WELLBEING FOR TEACHERS A NATIONAL EMERGENCY

Gifting 500,000 annual memberships to teachers 75% of teachers describing themselves as ‘stressed’ The serious risk of post-Covid stress has been raised by the World Economic Forum citing the possibility of a secondary epidemic of burnouts and ...

Schools and education charities scoop share of £1million fund

Thirty-six schools and education charities have received donations of £1,000 each as part of the Movement for Good awards. The awards, set up by specialist insurer Ecclesiastical, will see a total of £1million given to charities across the UK this ...

CRB Cunninghams launch Grab & Go solution for schools 16.06.20

School lunch after lockdown Schools across the UK are streamlining their catering operations by simplifying menus to offer a Grab & Go lunch service; an efficient method to incorporate varied safeguarding measures such as staggered break times ...

Premier League Primary Stars home-learning hub is supporting children, parents and teachers during lockdown

Premier League Primary Stars, a primary schools programme created by the Premier League and supported by 110 professional football clubs, has seen downloads of its free curriculum-linked education resources soar during lockdown. These fun and ...

WESLEYAN EXTENDS PACKAGE OF CARE MEASURES FOR KEY WORKERS

New personalised assessment service launched for members to support mental health and wellbeing Wesleyan Chair Nathan Moss, non-executive directors, and Group CEO, Mario Mazzocchi to donate at least 10 per cent of salary to charitable causes for six ...

COVID-19: Three tips to get your school transport up and running again

As pupils begin a phased return to schools following months of COVID-19 lockdown, beginning with selected primary schools and year groups, and expanding from there over the coming months, Richard Woods, chief operating officer at school transport ...