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  • Caution Over School Online Environments
    Caution Over School Online Environments 15.05.22

    As England sets digital and tech standards for schools, Stewart Watts, vice-president for EMEA at edtech firm, D2L says teachers need to consider carefully how best to upgrade. In March, education secretary Nadhim Zahawi, promised high-speed internet for all schools…

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  • Welsh New Curriculum Set
    Welsh New Curriculum Set 13.05.22

    Welsh schools are under ‘enormous’ pressure – but when it comes to the new curriculum, there’s much to learn from Scotland’s experiences Scotland began rolling out its curriculum – Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) – in 2010, in the wake of the global…

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  • Education in a Post-pandemic World
    Education in a Post-pandemic World 11.05.22

    Local education leaders discuss how the pandemic and racial reckoning have affected schools — and how we can move forward. While Washington schools were able to pivot to address some of the emergencies that came into focus during the pandemic,…

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  • Absent Male Teachers
    Absent Male Teachers 09.05.22

    The number of male secondary school teachers in England has fallen to its lowest proportion on record, according to new research that also highlights an alarming lack of senior teaching staff from ethnic minorities. An erosion in teachers’ pay has had “serious…

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  • The Great Outdoors
    The Great Outdoors 05.05.22

    Gordonstoun, the Moray boarding school which inspired the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, supports a call for at least one week of residential outdoor education to be compulsory in all Scottish schools. A formal consultation opened on a Member’s Bill put…

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  • Low-Carbon Classrooms at Gordonstoun
    Low-Carbon Classrooms at Gordonstoun 05.05.22

    Work has begun at Gordonstoun on construction of a new low-carbon classroom village. The first ‘classroom hub’ will have UPV roof panels and ground source heating, along with outdoor learning spaces. Each classroom opens directly onto the outdoors, in keeping…

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  • ICS London Strengthens Partnership With Arts International
    ICS London Strengthens Partnership With Arts International 27.04.22

    ICS London experienced an exciting second round of residencies with its performing arts partner “Arts International”. ICS London is committed to providing students with first-class teaching and learning opportunities in performing arts and, through this partnership, primary and secondary students…

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  • Top Class
    Top Class 20.04.22

    Set in the heart of Canterbury, The King’s School offers an educational experience that’s second to none. Julia Millen spoke to Head, Peter Roberts about how the school seamlessly blends its rich history with a contemporary outlook What’s the educational…

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  • Naturally Educated
    Naturally Educated 18.04.22

    St David’s College is proud to offer students a well-rounded, tailored education that largely takes place outside the classroom. Tania Jacobs spoke to Headmaster, Mr Andrew Russell to find out more Set in a 30 acre Tudor Estate, nestled between…

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