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  • Attainment gap widens due to COVID lockdown

    24 Sep 2020

    It’s impossible at this stage, and it may never be possible, to count the true cost the COVID lockdown has caused to the education of pupils. However, early studies have already shown

  • Your Guide to Bett Show 2021

    20 Sep 2020

    Bett Show is back at ExCel London on 20th January 2021. If you are a teacher, student or educational professional then this event should be top of your list of priorities. Discover the innovations in the

  • Was the Coronavirus lockdown an opportunity to reduce teacher workload in the long term?

    31 Aug 2020

    The horse has already bolted, so to speak, and we are now a week away from the start of a new school term. It is more than likely, that schools will be trying, as much as they can, to get things back to normal as soon as they can.

  • Top 9 Test Maker Software for Teachers and Educators

    06 Jul 2020

    Due to the coronavirus lock down, educational software solutions have truly garnered public attention in the past few months.

  • Time to hit the books: Discover the best reading challenges for kids in 2020

    30 May 2020

    Getting your children interested in reading books can be difficult and a lot of us wonder how to motivate reluctant readers. But reading is super beneficial for children in the long run, so we’ve gathered together this easy reading challenge list for kids of all ages.

  • The Problem Of Ageism In The Teaching Profession

    17 May 2020

    There is now overwhelming evidence to back up the claim that there is now a major problem with ageism in the teaching profession. Experienced teachers and older professionals are highly valued by pupils, parents and newly (and recently) qualified teachers. However, it is definitely the case that some headteachers and school leaderships are not convinced.