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Arts Award at the Telegraph Festival of Education

Arts Award enables young people to progress into further education and employment

Teachers and dads play key roles in preventing cyberbullying

University of Hertfordshire reports find link between supportive school environments and lower...

Bright Futures Trust appoints Cilla the therapy dog

Bright Future's Educational Trust has a new four-legged friend

Academy in Gateshead shows signs of early improvement

A Northern Education Trust academy which was judged by Ofsted as having serious weaknesses is ...

UB July issue out now!

The July edition of University Business magazine is now available to download

Did 14 years of tests show us the man or the journey ahead?

Amanda Godfrey, Executive Head at Spiral Partnership Trust, discusses the lessons she's learnt...

Festival of Education: supporting children in the arts

Arts Award exhibiting at the Telegraph Festival of Education

Ultimate STEM Challenge is back! 

Can your students help build a more sustainable future? You've got until January 2018 to come ...

Romeo and Juliet is coming to a school near you

A modern take on Romeo and Juliet has been added to National Theatre's On Demand in Schools se...

Academy of St Francis of Assisi: Ready, STEM, go!

ASFA pupils explored future careers during a day of activities at Liverpool John Moore's Unive...

Newton Property is factoring in the next generation

The factoring company has launched a new scheme to offer paid placements to pupils

Helen Jeys: 'Terror came but love remains'

Helen Jeys, Headmistress at AESG, discusses what schools can do, say and teach after tragic ev...

Give extracurricular activities some star quality

Chris Baldwin explains how schools can engage pupils with after-school activities

Pupils raise record amount for charity

Bournville School pupils got creative to raise money for the Birmingham Children's Hospital

How can school caterers help pupils' well-being?

Sue Parfett reveals how engaging pupils in food and nutrition can help to ease stress

Fordingbridge help to utilise space at Worthing High School

A covered walkway and dining space have been introduced at Worthing High School

Double win for Outdoor Classroom Day campaign

Outdoor Classroom Day celebrates as 1 million children embrace the outdoors

Creative buildings that inspire pupils

Scotts of Thrapston explains how they can meet the demand for contemporary and sustainable cla...

UK schools are unprepared for heating system failure

New report reveals that UK schools are unprepared for heating system failure

The irony of Sats week falling into line with Mental Health

Tracy Gladman, Education and Business Manager with the Worrinots discusses the cost of Sats we...

Consider the Real STEM Competition

Matt Hackett explains how specialist STEM provision gives students a real advantage in educati...

Crossing gender boundaries with storytelling in schools

Sally Veale from Ash Grove Academy, a MakeBelieve Arts Helicopter Stories Centre of Excellence...

The answer to the meaning of MATs

Andrew Fielder, CEO at Aspire Academy Trust, explains why he removed the role of 'headteacher'...

Multi-sensory bus tour takes kids to Shakespearian London

Unique bus tour, which includes live actors, sounds, videos, smells and props, launched at the...

Schools Minister praises Steiner school for pupil progress

Steiner Academy Hereford is one of the best in the country for pupil progress 

Sutton Community Academy wins education award

Pupils and Principal Tim Croft celebrate Sutton Community Academy's continuing success

Chester Uni supports academy's 'futures programme'

The University of Chester is the latest North West organisation to back St Margaret's Academy'...

Bristol Metropolitan go behind-the-scenes at Bristol Airport

30 pupils from the academy had exclusive access to Bristol Airport as part of their Airbus Fou...

Bolton pupils become budding scientists

The Ferns Primary Academy pupils held a science fair to celebrate British Science Week

Stockton students get a ticket to read on library bus

Stagecoach have donated a bus to be Oak Tree Academy's new library bus

RAF helicopter visits Academy

The helicopter visited to launch the Academy's first Careers week

How Peak Academy transformed its attendance and safeguarding

Richard Lewis, Principal of Peak Academy, explains how he changed the academy for the better b...

Why aren't more girls in the UK studying STEM subjects?

Microsoft research pinpoints when and how to engage more young British women in science and te...

Academy Impact

The Rt. Hon. David Laws on how academies fit into the UK education system

Pupils go to jail... to donate books!

The visit was part of Plympton Academy's newly launched  community literacy project

Chancellor invests in technical education

£500 m funding for new T-Levels and £300m for STEM focused PHDs announced by Philip Hammond in...

Pupils take a country retreat

The Academy students spent three days at Savio House in Macclesfield

How should schools prepare for a critical incident?

Shane Moran, author of 'The Clouds That Can Surround Schools', discusses how schools should re...

Share a Pencil Day highlights educational inequity

The new initiative gives UK pupils the opportunity to help 124 million children not in school

Stoke students win Ipswich High School scholarship

The three students from Stoke High School will be joining Ipswich High School this September