Parent-teacher relationships to be reset, for the benefit of pupils’ social skills, screen time, and mental health

Schools are looking to reset relationships with parents, post-lockdowns and home-schooling, with the partnership needing rebalancing for the benefit of pupils New research finds that school staff worry about pupils’ ability to interact face-to( ...

Inner Cheerleader Helps Young Children Master Emotions

To Navigate Anxiety Pandemic Children struggling with mental health problems during the pandemic are facing “agonisingly” long waits for treatment, a BBC investigation has found. Data from half of England’s services found one in ...

New Secretary of State for Education: NASBTT statement

Decision needed quickly on whether fundamental change in the ITT sector, and the likely immediate impact on teacher supply, is really a priority at this time    Executive Director Emma Hollis said: “We welcome the appointment of Nadhim ...

The digital revolution in teaching during the pandemic – world’s largest international study on teachers and education

15 September 2021 – T4 Education has today published a landmark report revealing for the first time how teachers around the world have turned to technology to overcome barriers to education brought about by the pandemic.   Launched in ...

FT poll shows 90% learnt ‘little or nothing’ about finance at school

The Financial Times has launched a new charity endorsed by the former prime minister Gordon Brown, focused on the promotion of financial literacy and inclusion around the world. The FT Financial Literacy and Inclusion Campaign (FT FLIC) ...

UK Parliament Education Centre awarded the Sandford Award for Heritage Education 2021

UK Parliament’s Education Centre has been awarded the Sandford Award for Heritage Education, as it prepares to welcome school groups back this autumn.   Opened in 2015, the Education Centre provides students with a unique learning experience, ...

Anyone for tennis? Join 10,000 teachers and inspire your pupils following the soaring success of Emma Raducanu

Following the exceptional performance from British breakthrough star Emma Raducanu, who captured her first Grand Slam at the US Open over the weekend, Emmamania is already inspiring pupils aged 4 – 11 to get more involved in tennis – ...

HAY FESTIVAL UNVEILS AUTUMN PROGRAMME FOR SCHOOLS WITH IN-PERSON EVENTS ACROSS WALES

Hay Festival has today unveiled its free autumn Programme for Schools including two days of in-person events at Hay Festival Winter Weekend, 24-25 November, alongside in-person Beacons Project and Welsh Scribblers Tour events across Wales.  ...

Educational Facilities Optimised for Student Wellbeing, Performance and Sustainability

The concept of Smart buildings is being driven by a need for buildings to reduce carbon, reduce costs, and improve occupants’ environment, therefore allowing them to be more productive, prioritising their health and wellbeing. amBX have ...

Rodocodo teams up with TrilbyTV to bring ‘Learn to Code’ posters to schools digital signage

Digital signage software company TrilbyTV has announced an exciting new partnership with Rodocodo! The new partnership will bring ‘Learn to Code’ posters from the revolutionary app that helps teach primary school children how to code. Schools can ...

Free online Education calendar available now to all.

TheSchoolBus has launched ‘TheSchoolYear’, a free online Education calendar available now to all. Created to keep those in the Education sector informed of the latest key dates and events, policy junctures, submission deadlines and best practice ...

Schools abuse helpline receives over 650 contacts as pupils urged to get in touch with concerns

Press play below. The Department for Education is encouraging teachers to spread the word about the Report Abuse in Education helpline as schools’ return Sexual assault, sharing nude images and rape are among the concerns reported to the NSPCC The ...