The early years of a child’s life are some of the most important when it comes to their development, and new research has revealed that parents are more proactive with baby learning than ever before
The UK Hydrographic Office has been awarded Highly Commended STEM Inspiration Awards ahead of National STEM Day, in recognition of their outstanding commitment to encouraging young people into science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers
Teachers and staff across the country will benefit from a new £8 million professional development offer, being developed by the Education and Training Foundation (ETF), to help them prepare for the roll-out of new T Levels
Struggling colleges across the country will benefit from a multi-million pound initiative to drive improvements across further education.
Teaching abroad direct found in the next ten years, British international schools will require 230,000 more teachers to meet staffing needs
Thousands more children across the country are now getting a healthy and nutritious start to the day at a new or improved school breakfast club, the Children and Families Minister Nadhim Zahawi has announced today
Public Health England- in partnership with the Local Government Association and the Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH)- has released the briefing for their upcoming ‘how to tackle obesity’ guide for education providers
Andy Goff, Director at ONVU learning explains the many benefits of video-assisted technology and how it has positively impacted the education sector.
The knowledge academy have pulled data from QS Graduate Employability Rankings, to find out which universities in the UK are among the top 20 for graduate employment
Despite GDPR legislation having come into effect over four months ago, the majority of UK educational organisations are now risking penalties by failing to adhere to some of the rules
The world’s first ever Global Dyslexia Summit takes place in London today, bringing together high profile dyslexics including Sir Richard Branson, Kelly Hoppen MBE,...
Technology really is everywhere. But, unlike the views of the past, it isn’t here to destroy us all. Quite the contrary, technology is being used every single day to support and benefits all sort of sectors, and the education sector is no different
The important mission of the National Science Foundation when it comes to fostering excellence in undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education for all students in the U.S. is placed under the spotlight by Open Access Government
It has long been held that a mother’s education is a key factor in the development of their child’s language. However, the link may not be as strong as previously thought, writes Mabel L Rice
Mediaworks, on behalf of Omega Plastics, share their expert views on education options in the UK’s manufacturing and engineering sector.
Alison Watson, Programme Leader for BA Business at Arden University shares her views on how the higher education sector is helping to prepare students to be work-ready
The Association of British Dispensing Opticians is launching a new training facility for aspiring opticians, the ABDO National Resource Centre, to gain qualifications and pursue a career in optics
87% of parents feel children would be more engaged with science lessons if teaching used the most advanced technology
Anja Karliczek, Federal Minister of Education and Research in Germany heads up the policy areas of education, research and innovation. This analysis details the work of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
Mary Hartshorne asks if speech, language and communication are forgotten skills and gives a compelling response to this intriguing thought