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Professional chef gives free workshops at school as part of nationwide initiative
A local chef has been delivering a free crash course in cooking and nutrition to pupils at a Staffordshire school as part of a nationwide healthy eating initiative....
Movers & Shakers: Michael Wilshaw, Jarlath O'Brien and Catherine Anwar
Your weekly guide to who’s new and who’s leaving. Ofsted’s former chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw has joined the board of trustees at the Education Policy Institute, an...
Ed Balls joins young writers' award judging panel
Ed Balls has joined the judging panel for the Wicked young writer awards that recognise the creative talent of 5 to 25-year-olds. The awards – established by the...
Prince William launches national awards scheme for schools
Prince William has launched a new awards programme that aims to harness the skills and experience of former Services personnel to build resilience in schoolchildren. To mark the...
PE department prepares teens for intensive two-day hike
A team of four from a Plymouth secondary school have begun intensive training for the Ten Tors hill-walking challenge in May. Plympton academy students Ellie Buxton, Malachi George,...
School library transforms into Hogwarts for themed book night
A Nottingham school joined the wizarding world of Hogwarts to celebrate national Harry Potter book night. Trent college’s Devonshire library became Hogwarts, with a visit from Albus Dumbledore...
Movers & Shakers: Cathy Trundle, Wendy Berliner and John Stephens
Your weekly guide to who’s new and who’s leaving. Cathy Trundle has been appointed headteacher of Chinthurst school in Surrey. The school, a co-educational day school for pupils...
Classroom artificial intelligence programme gains global recognition
An artificial intelligence (AI) platform that personalises learning for students has won a global education award. CENTURY technology’s personalised learning platform scooped the Best Use of AI in...
Pupil raises £5,000 for guide dog charity at school bake sale
A Birmingham schoolboy has raised £5,000 selling homemade cakes and jam to teachers and classmates. Benjamin Sheard, a year 7 pupil at Erdington academy, sold the baked goods...
Charity launches free Prevent resource at anti-extremism conference
Academies minister Lord Nash was one of the many political and education leaders at a recent conference in Birmingham to debate how extremism can be tackled. Hosted by...
Young author to be judged by award-winning writers
A year 7 pupil’s short story will be read by award-winning authors, including Mark Haddon, as part of a national writing competition. Abigail Carr, a pupil at East...

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