Fastest growing UK education business sets sights on expansion plans

Oxford, 1st May 2020:  Oxford Summer Courses, the fastest growing privately owned education company in the UK, will be brought under a wider, newly created Bridgemark Education brand to reflect the business’s ambitious plans to grow beyond the ...

Real time hiring data – Education sector leads nationwide jobs growth

Latest data from the world’s largest network of job boards, Broadbean Technology, has revealed a 45% week-on-week increase in education and training vacancies for the week ending 26th April as educational establishments seek to replace critical staff ...

STUDENTS TO CONTINUE PSHE EDUCATION AS ALCOHOL AWARENESS PROGRAMME LAUNCHES ONLINE

Brand new e-learning alcohol awareness programme ‘Smashed Online’ launches  Over 1 million students across 5,500 secondary schools in GB will have access   The programme will be completely ...

Digital courses and initiatives are a lifeline for teachers, students and parents in lockdown

Simon Carter, Marketing and Propositions Director, RM Education explains why it’s important to ‘maintain momentum’ when it comes to education during lockdown. “As schools continue to face extraordinary challenges as a result of the coronavirus ...

Back to school – How could fever screening protect teachers and pupils against coronavirus post lockdown?

As we approach phase two of the UK’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak, attention is turning to solutions that will allow schools to reopen and safely resume teaching as soon as possible. Unique Fire and Security, based in the South of England, ...

WESLEYAN PROVIDES SUPPORT PACKAGE FOR CUSTOMERS

Wesleyan, the specialist financial services provider for doctors, dentists, teachers and lawyers, has announced a significant support package for its customers, many of whom are dealing with the daily impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Customers will ...

Capita signs teachers’ pension contract extension with Department for Education

Capita plc (Capita) announces today that it has secured a contract extension to continue the administration of the Teachers’ Pension Scheme for the Department for Education. The extension, which is due to start on 1 October 2021, is worth £60m over ...

Free curriculum server for schools to keep staff safe and ease impact of Coronavirus

Schools struggling with staff working from home during the Coronavirus pandemic, while their IT systems remain on site, are being offered a free lifeline from a UK IT company. CloudHappi, which specialises in IT solutions for the education sector, is ...

Further support for schools and colleges to provide remote education

Thousands of schools to benefit from technical support to start using Google and Microsoft’s education platforms Follows the announcement of laptops and tablets for vulnerable and disadvantaged young people earlier this week New network of schools ...

New music institute creates video library to support students working at home

A soon-to-open music institute in the West Midlands is developing a library of online videos designed to support further education and 6th form students who are missing out on face-to-face classes because of the COVID-19 crisis. Resonance, which will ...

School Superheroes Campaign

TheSchoolBus has launched a ‘School Superheroes’ campaign to give recognition to those going beyond the call of duty at this time. As extraordinary acts of kindness and generosity prevail throughout the Education community during the coronavirus ...

Free Coronavirus Resource For All Schools

TheSchoolBus has made a number of their Coronavirus Response Resources available to all schools completely free of charge, in order to alleviate some of the burden faced by schools at this time.  The resources provide valuable information and ...