Are you due a digital ID health check?

As everyone strives to maintain their physical and mental wellbeing – during a time when disorientation and distraction have become the new norm – it is also just as important to look after one’s digital and data self. By ignoring it, it could lead to problems further down the line.  Recently, the boundaries of work, study and play and all social engagements have been

How are alternative provision providers supporting students through the pandemic?

In week six of lockdown, we explore how the alternative provision sector is supporting students through these unprecedented times. Educate speaks to James Madine, chief executive officer of Progress Schools, to find out more:  Our approach at Progress Schools has been to be as flexible and ‘fleet of foot’ as possible in ensuring that we provide our learners with a

The Prehistoric Society launches educational blog

A range of teaching resources is now available on a dedicated blog by the Prehistoric Society.  The international learned society devoted to the study of the human past, has recently launched an education blog which has been designed primarily for teachers delivering prehistoric topics. It is hoped it will benefit schools which remain open for key workers and vulnerable children and for teachers running online provisions.    The

Recipe: Tin Can Stew

This Tin Can Stew recipe does use a few fresh ingredients, but mostly lots of tinned foods and store cupboard ingredients. Feel free to add any extra leftover vegetables you have and any herbs to jazz it up!   Ingredients (Serves 4):  1 onion   1 tbsp oil 1 garlic clove (or 1 tsp

Expert advice for separated families during COVID-19

The extra pressures and stresses at this time can be hard to manage and are likely to cause anxiety for parents who are separated and their children.  Educate speaks with Julie Ann Waring, partner at Morecrofts Solicitors, for guidance on the matter:  The government has confirmed that both parents can still spend time with their children during the coronavirus restrictions and a parent cannot use the restrictions on