Collaboration is key

Throughout the pandemic All About STEM has stood out to schools across the North West as its support has been non-stop – in fact, its offered more not less! The team has created free daily resource collections for teachers and learners during lockdown and beyond and have always been the go-to-team

Playing Catch-up: Learning after Lockdown

In February of this year, the government announced new measures to help support children and young people catch-up on missed learning and development due to the pandemic. Since 8 March, all students have returned to face-to-face education but before that, the majority of teaching and learning was behind a computer

Education figures react to the latest lockdown and impact on schools

Following the Government’s announcement on Monday 4 January 2021, Educate reached out to headteachers and senior leaders to find out how they are feeling about the new lockdown and some school closures.  Mr Stephen Brierley headteacher of St Margaret’s Church of England Academy in Aigburth, Liverpool. As I write, Gavin Williamson has

Going the extra mile – Youth Award Programmes explored

By Hannah Fowler Whether it’s the arts, sport or STEM, many students take part in extra-curricular activities to gain new skills and stand out in their chosen career paths. Well-recognised youth award programmes are now common place and give young people the formal recognition and accreditation for their achievements. Educate takes

Open days with a difference – the new normal

As we enter 2021 and with coronavirus still rife, life as we once knew it will not be returning back to ‘normal’ for a while. Instead, we must hit the ground running and accept these changes and make the most out of this bad situation. Last year saw the beginning of