Headteacher Magazine, guide to services and products for UK Schools
Molly Potter - the best-selling author of How are you feeling today?
We all have worries now and then, but sometimes worries can feel like they're getting bigger and bigger, like you can't control them any more. What do you do then?
What's worrying you? is a book all about helping children understand their worries, and what to do when they feel overwhelmed by their thoughts and feelings.
A recent survey conducted by an online label company revealed 32% of people said developing modern skills is the biggest advantage when using technology in schools. Overall 88% of people acknowledge technology has an overwhelmingly positive effect on students.
Anti-terror software which can stop material from being viewed on the internet may become compulsory for small online businesses.
The software has been developed in the UK thanks to £600,000 of public funding and Home Secretary Amber Rudd flew to the USA’s Silicon Valley this week to discuss the tool with tech companies there.
Busy schools, colleges and universities simply can’t afford to close indefinitely due to issues with drainage, but if proper care and maintenance isn’t scheduled in, that is exactly what they may be forced to do! Drainage experts Metro Rod work with a vast number of education providers, both on a planned maintenance and also reactive basis, ensuring schools a
You can’t turn on the TV or go online at the moment without seeing a mural. Whether they are in car adverts, backdrops to photoshoots or decorating the offices of the world’s leading companies, they seem to be everywhere. They have always been an effective way of making a point in a very visual way that anyone can understand, from the religious murals of the Renaissance to the political murals of the deep South and Northern Ireland; large scale art doesn’t just decorate blank walls, it gets people looking up and taking notice.
Wells Park School is a LA funded residential primary school which caters for boys between 5 and 11 years old, who have an educational statement for social, emotional and mental health difficulties. Pupils are referred to the school by the County Council. The school has been transformed by innovative use of IT provided by BitNet Solutions. Their IT systems were developed by close collaboration between Head and senior managers of the school and BitNet director, Ashraf Kala and his team of developers.
Students from Abbot’s Lea School offered their assistance this week at South Liverpool Foodbank.
The Woolton-based school, which specialises in high quality holistic education for young people with autism and a range of associated learning need, arranged for 15 key stage five students to visit the Bridge Chapel centre in Garston, on Thursday 8 February, to put together much needed packages containing essential items for those in crisis.
New UK Government cyber schools programme ‘Cyber Discovery’ launches to find next generation of cyber security talent.
Young people in years 10-13 invited to test their skills in’ Cyber Discovery’, in a bid to find and train undiscovered cyber security talent
Join a host of famous faces as the nation comes together to beat an epic one billion steps a day, every day, for Sport Relief
• Sport Relief is back and for the first time ever every corner of the UK will be home to a challenge as the whole nation comes together to beat one billion steps a day, every day, from 17th to 23rd March
• Zoe Ball, Greg James, Alex Jones, and many more will be taking on epic challenges
• A brand new Sport Relief App will unlock exclusive celebrity content and ensure every step counts across the week
Whole-school communication apps can help to engage students, parents and potential employees in school activities – as well as cut down on admin and printing costs. Here Daniel Woodcock, Managing Director at Weduc, explains how…
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