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Catering & hospitality View all

Celebrate nutrition with a Great Roast Dinner

The campaign will see schools encouraged to invite parents and other family members through th...

Principals by CH&CO starts school year strongly

New partnerships in the portfolio have a combined turnover of £7.5m for the duration of the co...

Food for thought, with FareShare

Schools receiving surplus provisions from the food redistribution charity have talked about th...

Sodexo's quest to deinstitutionalise school dinners

Sponsored: Rosie Molinari BSc MSc RNutr (Public Health), Public Health Marketing Manager, Sode...

Events View all

WIRED encourages young people to 'be part of the change'

Jo Golding attends WIRED Next Generation and finds herself in a room full of the future's chan...

The technological transformation of education

Bett 2019 is ready to shine a light on some of the most exciting developments in technology th...

Schools & Academies Show 'the place' for education leaders

The Schools & Academies Show is less than a month away, with a host of new and popular feature...

UK Construction Week reveals optimistic industry

Editor Jo Golding attended UK Construction Week to see an industry ready to embrace a new way ...

Facilities & buildings View all

BESA in conversation with...Red Monkey

Cleo Fatoorehchi from the British Educational Suppliers Association talked with Simon Winfield...

Great interior design challenge for Somerset students

A new £1.3m Business Studies and Computing facility at Churchill Academy & Sixth Form in North...

Why air conditioning makes the best heating

Sponsored: Roberto Mallozzi, MD of Gree UK, discusses the benefits of air conditioning

£13m funding secured for academies improvement

The Government's CIF programme has awarded £13m to property consultant Eddisons

Health & wellbeing View all

New Change4Life resources "help pupils cut back on sugar"

The initiative comes as Public Health England reveals children are consuming 2,800 excess suga...

Blood cancer charity calls for compulsory health education

The move could boost the UK stem cell register by 55,000 a year, says the Anthony Nolan charit...

Can earlier intervention help children deal with anger?

It is crucial for their development that we support kids as they make their way through the re...

When teaching is a breath of fresh air

A national education charity is calling on schools around the country to offer al fresco learn...

International View all

St Margaret's Church of England pupils commemorate D-Day

Students from the academy visited sites in Normandy to mark this year's anniversary events

Bellevue Education chooses AccountsIQ and iSAMS solution

International schools group opts for affordable middle market Cloud accounting platform to mee...

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...

Law, finance, HR View all

Nesta egg to boost the development of key skills

The £250,000 Future Ready Fund seeks to better equip young people in the areas of emotional in...

5 tax entitlements education professionals shouldn't miss

"You may be surprised at what you can claim," says Tony Mills, Director of Online Ta...

A HR check-up: an opportunity not to be missed

Sponsored: Doug Farrow, Director of HR Consultancy at Buzzacott, says an effective HR audit ha...

Senior leads have important role to play in mental health

Dr Margot Sunderland, Director of the Centre for Child Mental Health (CCMH), discusses how hea...

People, policy, politics View all

Three steps to attracting and retaining talented teachers

Mike Ruddle, director of Affinity Workforce, outlines best practice for attracting quality tea...

Scrapping academies could 'bring more uncertainty'

Those in the education industry are speaking out against Labour's plans to scrap the current a...

Shaping the future of teaching

Emma Hollis, of the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers, on what's required ...

Kelvinside Academy appoints first Head of Junior Schools

As well as leading Kelvinside Academy's Junior School, Linda MacBeath will also oversee Craigh...

School life View all

Five trends for education in 2019

From environment focus to appreciating the arts, Nord Anglia Education's chief executive Andre...

Principals by CH&CO spreads festive cheer

Principals by CH&CO has hosted a Christmas pop-up restaurant for a Margate primary school and ...

ECF "most critical initiative yet," says NASBTT head

Emma Hollis' recent conference speech hailed the early career framework, but warned it could ...

Ollie Discovers: reading can be fun!

Anya Acres travels the UK providing interactive school visits promoting her children's book se...

Sports & leisure View all

Education scheme ties into the 2019 Cricket World Cup

The ECB's Schools Programme, aiming to bring the sport to a million children, was launched at ...

Hawks to roost at Kelvinside Academy

The Glasgow rugby club will play their home games at the school's Balgray ground this season

School sport in Coventry to live by Cardinal rule

The Strachan Football Foundation and Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School are teaming up to launch...

St Margaret's football club win first league title

St Margaret's Old Boys Football Club has been crowned winners of the Liverpool Old Boys League...

Sustainability View all

Don't flush sustainability down the toilet

School pupils are being taught about the environmental impact of hidden plastics by drainage c...

Pupils to win prizes for conserving energy

Schools and academies are being encouraged to get children excited about the importance of ene...

Yorkshire students embrace 'rubbish art'

Pupils at two Dewsbury-based schools were taking part in a novel recycling initiative

Smart Energy GB launches SMART Squad schools programme

The national campaign for smart meters is making available free teaching resources to engage s...

Teaching View all

Creativity is key when teaching current affairs

Chloe Taylor, English teacher at Ormiston Shelfield Community Academy in Walsall, discusses ho...

Why do we gain from learning in the great outdoors?

Two adventure learning programmes from the Education Endowment Foundation will be studied to a...

Pupils enjoy worldly learning

A collaboration between The Week Junior magazine and Ormiston Academies Trust has boosted both...

Female students score highly in latest BTEC results

When it comes to top grades, female students outperform their male counterparts in almost all ...

Technology View all

Making the most of education's data revolution

Government attempts to ease teacher workload will only succeed if staff are properly trained i...

Marvel legends combine to inspire young engineers

The free resources available via the More Heroes Needed scheme seek to help primary pupils sol...

Information deficit on digital careers, reveals survey

Research from online training platform, Climb Academy, finds nearly nine out of ten young peop...

Dyslexia Awareness Week: schools must embrace technology

Put yourself in someone else's shoes this Dyslexia Awareness Week and let's see how we can imp...