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Sir Lenny Henry launches On Demand in Schools Primary 

The second phase of the National Theatre's digital initiative for schools to access theatre on...

Bill Gates unveils Youth Grand Challenges

British Science Association and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announce new education i...

Mastery in maths can work in UK classrooms

Research shows that the 'Singapore' approach to teaching maths can boost motivation and engage...

Advice for new teachers

New to teaching? Don't panic! We have some tips to get you started...

Demand to fill vacancies is harming teaching quality

Teacher quality is falling as need to fill vacancies increases, study finds

Teachers must cultivate confidence in girls, study finds

Teachers need to encourage girls no matter how confident they appear, the Girls' Day School Tr...

Abingdon Primary School Science Partnership

Five primary schools in Abingdon achieved national recognition for commitment to improving sci...

Surrey school builds own bank to tackle teacher crisis

The Magna Carta School is dealing with the teacher crisis by creating its own bank of supply t...

1 in 3 say school didn't prepare them for adult life

Those surveyed said they wished they'd learned more practical life lessons at school

250,000 school days lost to teacher stress over the last year

Stress levels reach tipping point in classrooms, with 1 in 5 teachers considering resigning

Parents undecided on apprenticeships

Parents say apprenticeships lead to career success but are poorly paid

New University Technical Colleges open

11 UTCs opened across the UK this September, offering new opportunities to young people

Which? launches Junior University

Which? partners with the Transformation Trust to deliver a programme introducing 14-15 year ol...

Northern Education Trust is performing well, new study shows

Teachers, pupils and parents rated the Trust across several criteria

'Application apathy' is hurting the teaching profession

Teachers are being put off from applying for new jobs, a new study has found

Designing the skills we need for the future

Joanne Harper, Principal at UTC Reading, looks at the changes ahead for the academies sector

Life after levels - what next?

Robin Hunt looks at the results of Scholastic's report on assessment and progress

Supporting NQTs

New school year, newly qualified teachers: how can we best support them? Damien Roberts report...

Best-ever GCSE results for ATT pupils

Academy Transformation Trust celebrates top exam performance with above-average Progress 8 sco...

Book corner: 100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners

Marianne Sargeant's guide to supporting EAL learners is an essential guide for every aspect of...

Female students double for GCSE Computing

The number of girls studying computing at GCSE level have more than doubled since last year

More opportunities for teacher training needed

By Phillip Snalune, Codio, CEO

The computing curriculum - two years on

ROUNDTABLE: Has the computing curriculum proven successful, and what can we do to ensure progr...

Cambridge IGCSEs more popular than ever before

A record number of UK students took the Cambridge IGCSE this year, at nearly 300,000

Van Gogh Museum launches primary school resources

Amsterdam's museum dedicated to the painter has launched free teaching material, Van Gogh at S...

Creating positivity in the playground

Andy Swain says behaviour management can be implemented in the playground as well as the class...

Handwriting help for primary teachers

STABILO teams up with National Handwriting Association to provide teaching resources including...

Standards soar with Singapore Maths

Trial cohort at Rushbrook Primary Academy see significant rise in those achieving age related ...

Top turnaround for Kent academy

Saxon Way Primary School rated a 'good' school and praised by Ofsted for its transformation

LEGO® Education offers schools free tools for EAL learners

Activities for children with English as an additional language (EAL) available in all curricul...

Start young for higher tariff university entry, says survey

Want to get your students into top universities? Start at 10, says UCAS student survey

Bright future for highly driven BTEC students

BTEC students are most career-driven and most likely to set up own business, says Student Room...

DfE Character Award winners announced

Nine schools and education centres recognised for commitment to character education

Be bold - it could transform your school

Clare Bradford discusses the impact of Henbury School's Ready to Learn behaviour programme

Game, set and match

Daniel Betts from Eteach says tennis and teaching have more in common than you might think

Technical education simplified to just 15 employment routes

Billed as the most significant transformation of post-16 education since A-levels introduced 7...

New study highlights benefits of outdoor work

Outdoor learning helps children develop and improve social skills, says university report

Could part time working fix teacher recruitment problems?

New TES survey shows that part time teaching roles could bring much-needed teaching talent bac...

SATs data not comparable, says Morgan

Primary school test results should not be compared to previous years, due to tougher questions...

Assessment in academies

As schools get to grips with life post-levels, Tamzin Wood explains what South Avenue Primary ...