FI in Schools launches

9 May 2018

?Teachers and students interested in getting on the grid for the 2018/19 season of the F1 in Schools global education challenge can now register online.

MPs launch school funding inquiry

2 May 2018

MPs have launched an investigation into education funding in England. The House of Commons Education Select Committee is to scrutinise the government’s funding reforms, including the roll-out of the National Funding Formula.

Shakespeare – Live!

2 May 2018

The Royal Shakespeare Company’s (RSC) production of Macbeth reached thousands of young people through its free Live Lesson and Schools’ Broadcast last month.

Students raise air pollution concerns

2 May 2018

?More than four in 10 children living in urban areas (43 per cent) are concerned about the levels of air pollution near their school, a survey has shown.

Schools sought for MELT carbon footprint project

25 April 2018

The Institute for Research in Schools (IRIS) has launched MELT, a project that offers students the chance to contribute to the understanding of our planet’s environmental changes.

Teachers urged not to fall foul of new data regulations

18 April 2018

Teachers who have taken information about pupils’ reports home on USB memory sticks, or have details such as a class registers stored at home, could be in breach of extensive new data protection laws that come into force next month.

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