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UTC Leeds hosts week of rocket-themed activities
Pupils at UTC Leeds have met experts from NASA who taught them how to design and launch space vehicles during a week of rocket-themed activities. 312 students and...
1,000 United Learning pupils perform new carol at Southwark Cathedral and the Royal Northern College of Music
More than 1,000 students and staff from United Learning schools have performed a brand new carol at London’s Southwark Cathedral and the Royal Northern College of Music in...
Pupil's World War One community projects win awards at Parliament
A group of school projects commemorating World War One have been celebrated at an awards ceremony at the House of Lords. Among the projects on display were film...
Movers & Shakers: Who's new this week?
Your weekly guide to who’s new and who’s leaving Josephine Valentine, Executive headteacher, Danes Educational Trust Start date: January 2018 Previous job: Headteacher, St Clement Danes School Interesting...
Education charity pays for brand new science lab at Nottingham primary
A Nottingham primary school has received a brand new science lab worth £2,500 from the Ogden Trust. The new Phiz Lab was funded entirely by the charity, and...
Britain's tallest man teaches primary school pupils how to embrace their differences
Britain’s tallest man,has visited a Wiltshire primary school to teach pupils how to embrace their differences as part of anti-bullying week. Paul Sturgess, the 7’7’’ former Harlem Globetrotters...
School uses equine therapy for pupils with ADHD, autism and behavioural issues
A school in London is using equine therapy to help students with ADHD, autism, behavioural issues and those lacking in confidence to build up their social skills. Whitefield...
Facial disfigurement charity releases free resources for schools
A charity supporting people with facial disfigurements has released a set of resources to help teachers broach the topic in the classroom. These free, downloadable resources have been...
Charity wants teachers to spend their holidays in west Africa
An international teacher training programme wants teachers to spend their Easter or summer holidays in west Africa next year. The programme, run by the charity Street Child, sends...
Girls' school organises trip to NASA to get more pupils pursuing STEM careers
A group of pupils from Harris Girls’ Academy in Bromley have paid a visit to NASA on a trip encouraging more girls to pursue STEM careers. The team...
Movers & Shakers: Who's new this week?
Your weekly guide to who’s new and who’s leaving James Spicer, Head of school, Tilstock Primary School Start date: January 2018 Previous job: Head of school, St. Thomas’...

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