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Education chiefs call for connected schools

New guidance on how schools could be transformed by the next government through recognising ch...

National Revision Week launched

In the run-up to exams, fewer than 70 percent of students feel less than supported by their sc...

Teaching teaching

Ormiston Victory Academy's TeachMeet bringing together teachers to share and discover practice...

Gorton Mount Principal wins Montessori Award

The Principal of Manchester's Gorton Mount Primary Academy, Carol Powell, has been named Mont...

Students need more support

As National Revision Week kicks off, research reveals that more than 70% of students feel less...

The secret of success

... may by losing, at least when it comes to learning the skills necessary for adult life, sug...

Too much pressure

Mayfield School headmistress Antonia Beary warns against schools becoming little more than aca...

Head's tales

Dame Sally Coates on how strong schools begin with strong leaders

Social media - friend or foe?

Let's not underestimate the importance children place on instant messages, profile updates and...

Engineering the future

Parents may be restricting their daughters' futures because of outdated stereotypes about care...

STEM survey results published

Twice as many young adults as middle-aged baby boomers don't think it important to teach scien...

The power of the tablet

Is the use of tablet tech in schools having a positive impact on teaching and learning asks te...

Schools and education chiefs need to up their game...

...says Emmanual Tsekleves, senior lecturer in design interactions at Lancaster University's I...

Teaching on a global scale

Teachers from across the globe are being invited to help create the largest international less...

Recognising merit

Taking an innovative approach to rewards systems and school reports can help motivate children...

Lego offers students building blocks for future

Lego recently visited a Liverpool school to inspire students with a day of discovery and hands...

Hot showers or Shakespeare?

If we want more young people to study it, it's time to put the glamour back into engineering, ...

The gender agenda

Helen Jeys, Deputy Head at Manchester High School for Girls, asks if single-sex education real...

Choosing tomorrow's teachers

A new approach to selecting candidates for teacher training is the focus of new research at th...

Making the right choices

Susan Gorham ponders the question of subject selection ahead of impending changes to GCSE and ...

If you go down to the woods today...

With forest schools becoming increasingly popular, Alex Carter reflects on her experiences as ...

Science report published

Teachers in primary schools need more support to inspire the next generation of scientists, sa...

Making IT invisible

Education IT should be invisible argues Lenovo Director of Enterprise and Public Sector Steve ...

New gov action plan to boost literacy

New funding for book clubs and a drive to get every primary school child a library card announ...

Let's talk about learning

Passion and purpose mark effective educators as well as effective education, says Lenovo World...

The gift of tongues

Learning to speak another language may be hard, but it has long-lasting benefits, says Hilary ...

At what cost?

Rebecca Paddick asks the roundtable, how can the education sector invest in the best technolog...

Seeing is believing in learning

Giving teachers the tools to address 21st century challenges is crucial but it's not that simp...

WATCH: The best ways to teach coding

Codio launches 'Ask the Experts' video series on the best ways of teaching computer science an...

Exam reforms creating confusion

Nottingham Girls' Head Susan Gorham comments on subject selection ahead of the impending chang...

Coping with the Coding Curriculum

Planet Sherston's Education Consultant Cathy Parker puts a few ideas on the table for deliveri...

The rise and rise of learning analytics

Analysis of the digital trails that students leave will become central to curriculum design, s...

Yes gets a yes

The government has given its support to a film-based scheme to inspire primary school children...

Classic children'€™s tales still popular

The Read for my Schools challenge helps to foster a love of reading in children and the result...

Interest in science surges

Research by the British Educational Suppliers Association reveals that interest in science in ...

Teachers under pressure

Keren Prior has some advice on how headteachers can tackle HR issues and make their own lives ...

Classroom design aids student learning

A recent study shows that a student's learning experience can be affected by classroom design ...

1000 Word Challenge hits 10K mark

A nationwide language challenge tasking students to learn 1000 words in a foreign language has...

Are good grades enough?

A new report from The Duke of Edinburgh'™s Award highlights that 93% of young people worry the...

Is tech making teaching less personal?

Julia McCann from Victoria Junior School in Feltham, discusses whether technology is a more of...