PRIMARY SCHOOL CELEBRATES QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE BY DESIGNING ROYAL COMPUTER GAMES

Pupils at a Rochdale primary school have marked the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in a royally creative way this week – by designing their own Jubilee-themed computer games. Year 4 pupils from Parkfield Primary School in Rochdale put their digital ...

Keep your School safe!

Hygiene standards have always needed to be high. However, recent times have highlighted the need to raise the bar - globally. People now expect more than just clean; they expect sanitised too. That's why we've developed the next level protection ...

New Headteacher for East Hunsbury Primary School as tributes are paid to retiring Head after 21 years’ service

“Be kind, work hard, believe” – that is the message to children at East Hunsbury Primary School from new Headteacher Kathryn Pennington, who has taken over from Rita Arundel following her retirement after 21 years in post.   Kathryn, who ...

Celebrate Pride Month 2022 with British Army LGBTQ+ student resources

  The British Army is marking the start of Pride Month by urging secondary school teachers to download its free, award-winning resource, LGBTQ+ Voices. It helps students build upon their understanding of the LGBTQ+ community, including trans ...

Half of UK teachers have experienced harassment by students online

Half of teachers (49%) have been the target of inappropriate use of online devices and social media by students, according to new survey conducted by classroom management and safeguarding software provider, Impero. A similar number (43%) agreed that ...

“Confident and highly competent teachers” developed by CTSN SCITT, as Ofsted awards ‘Good’ judgement to teacher training provider

CTSN SCITT, which provides initial teacher training (ITT) to primary and secondary school trainees throughout Cambridgeshire, North Essex and West Suffolk, has been rated ‘Good’ – with ‘Outstanding’ leadership and management – in its newly-published ...

The evolution and future of Edtech: A chat with Aaron Webb, Sr Product Marketing Manager at Jamf

How has the pandemic impacted the way we view edtech? The pandemic has had a significant impact on the way that edtech is viewed within the education system. In the last two years, we have seen technology brought to the forefront, as schools have ...

“Whilst some providers have been counted in, nobody has been counted out”: NASBTT responds to ITT accreditation process outcome

The Department for Education (DfE) has today notified providers who applied to Round 1 of the Initial Teacher Training (ITT) accreditation process of the outcome.   Figures released show that 80 providers spanning school and ...

Students and activists gather to mark Europe Day

Over 75 students from local schools were joined by people from the Together.eu community to mark Europe Day in London yesterday (Monday 9 May 2022).   The young people were joined by representatives from the European Parliament, the EU ...

Leicester School Marks Mental Health Awareness Week

Pupils at a Leicester primary school have been learning how to support their wellbeing and self-esteem ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week. Elizabeth Woodville Primary School in Groby has been hosting special lessons and activities to mark the ...

Who is safeguarding the safeguarders? Study reveals school safeguarding staff are STILL suffering distress – yet are less likely than ever to seek support

•                     30% of DSLs (Designated Safeguarding Leads) in schools admit suffering distress or upset as a result of carrying out their ...

Employment law and the duties of teachers: What do you need to know?

Professionals who work in education, especially those who work with minors, are expected to operate to very high standards of conduct, ethics and safety, due to the vulnerability of those who they work with and their position of power, influence and ...