• Calls to end BBC's lockdown lessons will hit poor hardest

    The BBC is under pressure to axe access to its home-learning lessons – used by millions of children during the coronavirus crisis – over fears they will squeeze commercial curriculum providers out of the market. The British Educational Suppliers Association is seeking written assurances that the national broadcaster will wind down its beefed-up education offerings

    9.55 May. 22nd, 2020 | News

  • TV series kicked us into action, says head

    A headteacher from the BBC series School says she’s glad nothing was “glossed over” and credited the programme with having “galvanised” the school community. Angela Browne is head of the Castle School in south Gloucestershire, one of three secondaries run by the Castle School Education Trust and filmed for the BBC show over a year

    5.00 Jan. 22nd, 2019 | News

  • Pearson Teaching Awards reveal who has come top of the class in 2016

    Ten of the country’s most outstanding teachers have been rewarded for their contributions to education by winning gold at this year’s Pearson Teaching Awards. The annual event, known as the ‘Oscars of the teaching world’, was hosted today by comedian and actor Hugh Dennis at the Guildhall in London. Outstanding teachers were put forward for

    19.00 Oct. 23rd, 2016 | News