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Four young engineers crowned UK champions in F1 engineering competition
A team of four from the WMG Academy for Young Engineers in Coventry will test their skills on a world stage after they were crowned the UK champions...
Movers & Shakers: Patrick Brazier, Jo Philpott and Martin Knowles
Your weekly guide to who’s new and who’s leaving Patrick Brazier has been appointed chief executive of the Education Development Trust, formerly the CfBT Education Trust. He joined...
Trio of royals launch pay a visit to new media school
A trio of royals were on hand to open a new state school in west London that prepares students for a career in the media. The Duke and...
Eddie the Eagle backs campaign to get schoolchildren into snowsports
Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards has helped to launch a national campaign that will encourage schoolchildren to try snowsports. To launch the National Schools Snowsport Week campaign, the former...
Pupils handle deadly python during Science Week celebrations
Inspired by British Science Week, Reigate Grammar School in Surrey recently hosted a week of activities for pupils and parents, with each day focusing on a particular area...
School choirs now have the chance to sing for Prince Harry
A new singing competition will give primary school choirs the chance to perform for Prince Harry. Children’s charity WellChild is behind the competition, with the winners performing at...
Movers & Shakers: Peter Knight, George Duoblys and Joanne Cottle
Your weekly guide to who’s new and who’s leaving Peter Knight has been appointed principal at Oasis Academy Brislington, a member of the Oasis Community Learning Trust. The...
London school first in the UK to host a virtual reality conference for education
A London school has become the first in the UK to host a virtual reality conference focused on education. Putney High School hosted Virtual Reality: The Future of...
Yorkshire schoolchildren feature in fashion exhibition
Schoolchildren from across Yorkshire are featured in a new exhibition involving leading fashion designers, artists and photographers. More than 120 students from Wakefield College, Hemsworth Arts and Community...
Children's author opens new school library
A Somerset school’s new library was officially opened last week by children’s and teen fiction author, Ally Kennen. The author, who was shortlisted for a Carnegie medal for...
Charity wants schools to use their sugar tax funding to change how pupils commute
A cycling charity is calling for schools to use their sugar tax funding to get pupils walking, scooting or cycling to school. Sustrans is encouraging schools in England...

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