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National Archives focuses on 1920s

10 October 2018

The National Archives have posted online an array of documents and pictures that illuminate the history of the 1920s – a decade that saw enormous changes in British society.


Amnesty launches Word that Burn project

10 October 2018

The Words That Burn project from Amnesty International is challenging young people to make a difference through poetry focusing on human rights.


Mental health toolkit offered to schools

10 October 2018

All secondary schools in England are to receive a free mental health resource for 11 to 14-year-olds offering an animation and assembly and lesson plans.









NFER launches Assessment Hub

3 October 2018

NFER Classroom has launched an Assessment Hub, aimed at school professionals looking to build their assessment knowledge.






Air pollution: A low parent priority, despite latest evidence

26 September 2018

There are more than 2,000 schools and nurseries situated close to roads with illegal levels of air pollution in England and Wales. However, survey data from Friends of the Earth shows that pollution is not high on parents’ list of priorities when choosing a school.


#HandsUp4HealthyMinds

26 September 2018

To mark World Mental Health Day, Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England is launching a new set of free resources, designed to support young people aged 8 to 24.






Resilience workshops on offer

19 September 2018

Secondary schools are being offered free resilience skills workshops based around the experiences of veterans who have lost limbs.


Students sought for space project

19 September 2018

?Students are to be given the chance to identify potential targets for the James Webb Space Telescope, which is being launched by NASA in 2021 to help us understand more about how planets, stars and galaxies formed and evolved.

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