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Movers & Shakers: Michael Fordham, Rebecca Lyons and Hannah Wilson
Your weekly guide to who’s new and who’s leaving. Michael Fordham has been appointed specialist subject leader for history at the Inspiration Trust. The Norwich-based trust, which operates...
Interviews with former extremists offered as free Prevent resource for schools
A social enterprise has released short films of former extremists discussing their experiences for use as an educational resource. ConnectFutures, which works with organisations and communities to tackle...
Sixth-formers take over London's Guildhall Art Gallery as tour guides
A group of sixth-form students became tour guides for the day at an exhibition in London’s Guildhall Art Gallery as part of a nationwide initiative to get young...
Broadcaster Clare Balding takes body-positive message to schools
Broadcaster, journalist and author Clare Balding is currently touring UK schools to spread a message about self-confidence and body positivity. Following the release of her first children’s book...
College of Teaching announces 7 new trustees
The Chartered College of Teaching has appointed seven more teachers to its council. The new additions, who represent a variety of subjects and school types, join the 13...
Somerset school hosts Christmas bash for 100 senior citizens
Year 6 pupils at a Somerset school recently hosted an annual Christmas get-together for local pensioners. The pupils from Brookside academy in Street served tea to 100 guests...
Movers & Shakers: Luke Tryl, Sarah Lewis and Andrew Alsbury
Your weekly guide to who’s new and who’s leaving. Luke Tryl, former special adviser and chief of staff to Nicky Morgan, has been appointed director of Public Policy...
Primary pupils record Christmas single to raise money for speech therapist
Children at Oak View academy in Cheshire have recorded a cover of I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday to help to fund a speech and language therapist...
The secret life of choir-school choristers at Christmas
The annual Christmas Eve BBC radio broadcast of carols from King’s College, Cambridge marks the start of the festive season for many, but the young choristers in choirs...
Pupils go back in time to celebrate Christmas like the Tudors
A group of year 4 pupils in Nottingham had a taste of what Christmas might have been like 500 years ago when they made a school trip to...
School awarded Space Education Quality Mark for out-of-this-world curriculum
A Gloucestershire primary school has been awarded a Space Education Quality Mark for its space-themed curriculum. Awarded by the European Space Education Resource Office, Longborough Church of England...

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