Posts by: Samantha Lauren King

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Commonwealth medallist James Denny recently visited Castercliff Primary Academy in Lancashire to keep pupils motivated during a morning of sporting activities. Denny (pictured far left), who won a...
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The illustrator behind Bob the Builder has held a drawing masterclass for pupils at the Elms Junior School in Derbyshire. Curtis Jobling (pictured above) – who designed the...
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A new mentoring scheme that offers two years’ coaching from leaders in a range of industries is aiming to encourage more women teachers to move into senior leadership...
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Your weeky guide to who’s new and who’s leaving Harriet Thompson, Assistant Head of Academic Development, Ampleforth College Start date: September 2017 Current job: Head of economics and...
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Three UK projects have today been announced as finalists in the World Innovation Summit for Education Awards 2017. The annual WISE awards recognise projects that are addressing global...
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A BAFTA-winning education resource platform has released a short comedy film to support sex and relationships education in secondary schools. Screwball! is suitable for years 8 through 11,...
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A group of year 6 students from Mayflower Primary School have created a work of art in memory of the children who died at their school as a...
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Educators from across the UK were invited to the German embassy in London this month for an awards ceremony recognising outstanding teachers of the language. The annual German...
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Presenter and gardener Alan Titchmarsh has paid a visit to pupils at Brookvale Primary School to launch the school’s new gardening club. Titchmarsh, who currently presents the ITV...
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Your weeky guide to who’s new and who’s leaving Simon Knight, Director of Whole School SEND, London Leadership Strategy Start date: July 2017 Previous job: Director of education...
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The Financial Times is now offering free digital subscriptions combined with a content curation service for sixth-formers and their teachers. The offer is open to 16- to 19-year-olds,...