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Catering & hospitality View all

The power of food

Holroyd Howe explains how to make sure pupils have a positive relationship with food in school...

Vale Academy Trust

An interview with Sally Cox, Trust Catering Manager at the Vale Academy Trust in Oxfordshire

Carmel Education Trust

The Carmel Education Trust has overarching accountability and governance of a number of academ...

Be good to yourself

Brookwood Partnership's Sue Parfett and Amanda Ursell talk sports nutrition in school catering...

Can you reduce your costs by changing the way you buy?

Simon Gurney, Procurement Manager at Pelican Procurement Services, shares some practical tips ...

The Real Junk Food Project: Waste not, want not

Charley Rogers talks to The Real Junk Food Project and Dixons Marchbank Academy about food was...

The BNF celebrates 50 years with a new launch

The new nutrition platform will be available online and free for primary school teachers

How to keep oily fish on the school menu

Balancing cost with compliance: How to keep oily fish on the school menu

Events View all

Cadbury World unwraps new Design Technology workshop

Cadbury World's education team has revealed its first ever workshop for school pupils wanting ...

The Everitt Academy opens in Lowestoft

The new academy will support pupils aged 9-16 with SEMH needs

What would you design to make the world a better place?

Win a chance to display your creation at the Science Museum with Statoil's competition for You...

UB October issue out now

The October edition of University Business magazine, the student experience issue, is now avai...

National Young Mathematicians' Awards 2017 now open

Explore Learning calls for entries from schools and the next generation of mathematicians

Combat gender inequality with International Day of the Girl

Nikki Giant, Founder of Full Circle Education and Girls Cicle, explains the key role schools c...

Discover the Next Gen of learning spaces at Education Estates

Education Estates focuses on the funding, design, build, management and maintenance of schools...

Academy pupils celebrate 'best ever' GCSE results

Despite this year's tougher GCSEs, academies have seen marked improvement in their results

Facilities & buildings View all

How to improve learning with air conditioning

The first in a series of blogs by Roberto Mallozzi, MD of Gree UK on how air conditioning can ...

M6toll's £15K school initiative project winners announced

Primary schools in the West Midlands and Staffordshire have been awarded grants to enhance lea...

McAvoy Group win industry award for Lynch Hill project

A McAvoy Group contracts manager has been recognised at Offsite Construction Awards for his wo...

How eco classrooms are functional and educational

Simon Fearnehough from the Hideout House Company explains how eco classrooms can be both a bui...

Influencing learning with the psychology of colour

Kayleigh Whybrow, Senior Technical Colour Consultant at Johnstone's Trade, discusses the power...

Where there's smoke, there should be a fire door

Adrian Powell, Director at Active, explains what schools need to do to maintain and assess the...

Top marks for educational spaces

Scotts of Thrapston discusses how their timber buildings can provide a variety of cost-effecti...

Go Large

The benefits of large screens in education are clear to see, writes Simon Fry

Health & wellbeing View all

Sense of belonging directly related to tendency to self-harm

Research has found that young people are seven times more likely to self-harm if their sense o...

Caught in the middle: managing workload as a middle leader

Supporting colleagues and inspiring students is a huge part of the middle leader's role, but h...

YMCA launch new health and well-being school programme

The new programme hopes to support the health and well-being of young people

Why do primary schools need regular exercise breaks?

Physical education expert Jon Tait discusses the benefits of short bursts of physical activity...

Stop the bus! betty for schools has a fresh approach to PSHE

betty for schools is revolutionising PSHE education and normalising periods for both girls and...

How teachers can manage email overload and stress levels

An increasing source of stress for teachers is juggling email pressures and lesson preparatio...

Small steps can make a big difference

Living Streets encourages schools to introduce small changes which will make a huge difference...

Team betty brings period awareness to Festival of Education

The betty for schools team parks up at the Telegraph Festival of Education to highlight period...

International View all

Military school honoured with International School Award

The Duke of York's Royal Military School was praised for its efforts to 'bring the world into ...

UK school takes on world in international Rocketry final

One of the challenges was to make a model rocket that could fly a raw egg to 800 feet and retu...

Worldstrides winners at the Telegraph Festival of Education

Zara Daswani from St Peter's School and Helen Cook from Dowdales School walk away with GoPros ...

How translation software can help schools

Schools up and down the country are dependent on the children themselves to communicate with t...

Academy student wins scholarship to study in the US

Ben Ashton beat 1,000 other applicants to the scholarship

How pencils are helping to change children's lives

Evan Lewis, Founder of Hope, asks: if you had a million spare pencils, what would you do with ...

Sixth formers fundraise for 'once in a lifetime' trip

St Francis Xavier's College students are preparing for a 2018 expedition to Central America

Magical Mandarin

Su Yen Hu, founder of Snowflake Books, discusses why more schools should teach Mandarin to eng...

Law, finance, HR View all

Sourcing new and inventive ways to boost income

Paul Andrews, Director of School Lettings Solutions, discusses how academies can utilize their...

84% of adults think primary pupils should learn about money

Money Advisor explains why primary schools should encourage a positive discussion about saving...

How to challenge Ofsted reports

What can a school do to prevent publication of an Ofsted report? Liz Timmins, an associate at ...

How to reap the full benefit of edtech for your school

Chris Labrey, Managing Director UK & IRL, Econocom, talks digital transformation and the proce...

Getting the most from apprenticeship funding

Why not use your school's apprenticeship funding for staff training opportunities?

School trips: how to stay safe

Tilden Watson, Head of Education at Zurich Municipal, reveals the top tips for successful scho...

How to make academy finances work harder

School funding will remain a political hot potato for as long as we have party politics says D...

Academies Sector Update

Buzzacott provide an update on funding, policy, reporting and more...?

People, policy, politics View all

Forest Academy appoints new Principal

Croydon born and bred Wayne Cooper says it's good to be back home

Birmingham charity appoints new CEO

Martyn Collin will succeed Charles Elvin as Chief Executive of 'Services for Education'

How to deal with unreasonable complaints

James Garside addresses the persistent challenge of complaints in school

New recruits set to inspire Thistley Hough Academy

Thistley Hough Academy announces appointments for the new academic year

Criticism of the Teaching Apprenticeship is short-sighted

The new Teaching Apprenticeship is not a threat to status of teaching and should be embraced, ...

Academy Chair named Non-Exec Director of Year

Dean Kavanagh, Foundation Director and Chairman of the Romero Catholic Academy, has been honou...

Cromwell Community College joins the Active Learning Trust

Cromwell will be the 20th school to be managed by the Trust

Five next steps for MATs when a new school joins the trust

John Davies offers some guidance for MATs taking on a new school

School life View all

Idris Elba joins campaign to fight illiteracy

The actor has joined forces with formerly illiterate mother turned author

Co-op sponsors Fairtrade Schools Awards

The Awards teach children about global issues and raise awareness of ethical trading

Red House Academy celebrates student's maths success

Luke Docherty's grade 9 in maths places him in the top 3% in the country

Why it's time for an alternative education

Fiona Carnie explains why academies should make the most of opportunities and explore an alter...

Haywood Academy students gain top GCSE grades

Academy students look towards the future after excellent GCSE results

Merchants' Academy celebrates A-level success

This year sees the Academy's students achieving a record number of A and B grades at A level

Fun Club teaches kids about healthy eating

Pupils made their own salads, designed marketing campaigns and found out where their food come...

Julian Clary reveals why he wanted to write children's books

Julian Clary visited South Norwood Academy to talk about his children's books for ReadingZone ...

Sports & leisure View all

Going the extra mile with Greenhouse Sports

Charley Rogers speaks to Chief Executive of Greenhouse Sports, John Herriman, about motivation...

Jumping in at the deep end

Why do a third of children leave primary school without basic swimming skills?

Performing Arts Head wins two top sporting awards

Helen Reddy is celebrating a double win after being awarded Devon Sports Coach of the Year and...

Are you ready for sports day?

With schools across the country preparing for sports day, Marianne Pope looks at some of the q...

Oarsome new boat for Oasis Brightstowe's rowing academy

After an anonymous donation, Oasis Academy Brightstowe has its own boat

How to add outdoor adventure into the curriculum

Chris Lucas, Head of Outdoor Learning at Newquay Tretherras Academy, explains why the academy ...

How to win a £1,000 bike shelter for your school

To celebrate Bike Week, Broxap are giving schools the opportunity to win a bike shelter with t...

Ivybridge gymnasts clinch eight national titles

College is UK's most successful school gymnastics team at BSGA finals

Sustainability View all

Sustainability needs to be integral to education

Schools need to make sustainability education a key part of their curriculum if we want to bui...

Scotts of Thrapston: Built to last

Scotts of Thrapston reveals the importance of sustainable educational buildings and positive l...

Get involved: Ultimate STEM Challenge is back!

BP invites schools to build a more sustainable future by entering the Ultimate STEM Challenge

Norfolk school's new Eco-Nursery 11th greenest in UK

Norwich Road Academy's new environmentally friendly nursery costs nothing to heat and light

How to save energy in schools: a guide for school governors

Energys Group's Kevin Cox has some tips for school governors wanting to save energy

Back to nature: Mellor Primary's sustainable extension

Sarah Wigglesworth Architects created a new space based on the school's 'Forest School program...

Renewable energy project helps create green school

Lincolnshire-based school invests £900,000 to install biomass and ground source heat pump tech...

Sodexo expands waste prevention scheme

Sodexo rolls out SKOOL programme across Europe to prevent food waste

Teaching View all

How children can learn through nature

Andy Swain, Managing Director of SAS Shelters, discusses the importance of nature and outdoor ...

Collaborative classrooms: a guide

Collaborative learning helps to teach children soft skills through shared assignments, and sea...

Bring Your Own Device: 24/7 learning?

Ruth Wollacott finds before implementing BYOD, schools need to do their homework

iLearn, uLearn: portable tablet devices in the classroom

Charley Rogers reports on recent research from Stranmillis on the effect of iPads on Early Yea...

E-Safety at EduTech Show

By Stuart Swann, Director at IE Solutions, and Vice Chair at NAPE

How can teachers support pupils through the clearing process?

Northumbria University explain what teachers can do to make sure pupils understand how to use ...

Gender bias in STEM: an analysis

Jessica Rowson from the Institute of Physics' Girls in Physics project, talks gender bias and ...

Skill development encouraged through tech-driven teaching

Jane Ashworth, UK MD of SMART Technologies talks technology-driven collaborative teaching, an...

Technology View all

Social media disrupts 11 days' teaching time a year

Secondary teachers lose 11 days of teaching a year because of pupils accessing social media on...

Kids 'don't know enough to stay safe online'

Over 80% of London Key Stage 2 pupils lack the knowledge to search for information safely onl...

Rooting for a STEM career extends beyond the classroom

Perfect A-Level results don't guarantee a successful career... and less-than-perfect results d...

University to develop computer game for autism

The University of Bedforshire has been awarded a large grant to develop the game for children ...

Half of teachers believe students know more about IT

New research from Sophos reveals teachers' concerns about students' abilities to manipulate sc...

What students and teachers go through when IT doesn't work

A stable infrastructure & consistent network monitoring is ever more important if students & t...

Free online tutoring for disadvantaged students

The Click Connect Learn fund will finance projects to address inequality in access to educatio...

How to engage your students through mobile apps

Paul Swaddle, Co-founder and Chairman of Pocket App, talks immersion in the digital age, and h...