Student steams ahead with STEM

A Keighley College student is having her work published in an official booklet promoting women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Masie Eccles from East Morton recently visited the Hitachi Rail site as part of International ...

UK schools close and more than 15,000 people across Europe offer free childcare for healthcare professionals

As schools set to close across the UK on Friday for an undetermined length of time, Yoopies, the largest European childcare platform, is launching an appeal to all students and childcare providers to volunteer their childcare services to help support ...

Tech company pledges free remote phone service to all UK schools to support their communication challenges during Coronavirus outbreak

CircleLoop, the cloud-based phone system for business, today announces that it will fund a pledge to provide free business telephony to any school, healthcare provider or charity who is facing remote working challenges, due to the unprecedented ...

Interview with Jon Chapman, Founder and President, EVERFI.

Q: Give us a brief explanation of what EVERFI is? Jon Chapman: For more than 12 years EVERFI has delivered digital, scalable, social impact education to Fortune 1000 companies, sports leagues, primary schools, and higher education institutions. ...

DISCOVERY EDUCATION ANNOUNCED AS EDUCATION RESOURCES AWARDS FINALIST

Digital learning provider is shortlisted in 3 categories for prestigious 2020 industry prize Discovery Education, the leading digital content provider for schools in the UK and globally, has been announced as a finalist at this year’s prestigious ...

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary First in UK to be Awarded National EdTech Accreditation

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, in Ross on Wye Herefordshire, is the first school in the UK to be awarded the ‘Kinteract Innovator Award’for commitment to innovation in education technology.  The award recognises the school’s ability to use ...

Online learning using AI offers innovative solution to coronavirus school closures

As the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK rises, around 15 schools have already been shut down to prevent spreading the virus any further. While the government continues to assess whether widespread school closures are necessary to ...

FutureLearn Campus launched to mobilise partners towards digitised future of education

09 March 2020, London, UK: FutureLearn.com, the leading social learning platform, is announcing the launch of FutureLearn Campus, a new offering which will allow its partners which include 25% of the world’s top universities to give millions of their ...

Why Teach? New podcast series available now to inspire teacher recruits in Scotland

–          The Original Influencers take to the digital platform to share their inspiring experiences The Scottish Government has created a new podcast series introducing a selection ...

The UK’s leading educational policy event returns for its first show of a new decade

Building on the recent political changes and reacting to a new Government with a new agenda, The Schools & Academies Show returns to London ExCeL for its first show of a new decade. Taking place across two days, on 29th – 30th April, and the only ...

Schools and Academies London

The Schools & Academies Show provides a unique platform for senior leaders from Schools, Academies and MATs to access free CPD accredited seminars and hear the latest policy updates across the sector. The event will be returning to the ExCeL in ...

Micro:bit Educational Foundation and Nominet launch micro:bit classroom

part of a new free educational platform to help teachers teach computing with purpose With funding from Nominet, the Micro:bit Educational Foundation has released a free comprehensive educational platform to empower every teacher to deliver creative ...