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

Charity offers vital help for teachers to better understand brain injury

With one child in every classroom affected by a brain injury, neurorehabilitation experts from The Children’s Trust have launched an innovative programme to increase awareness and understanding of the condition. Written from a teacher’s point of view, and delivered through a 30-minute interactive session, which takes the user through the school

Inspired by Tim: How space inspired a generation

Hundreds of people have shared their stories of how British ESA astronaut Tim Peake’s mission inspired them to discover the opportunities available in the UK space sector. To mark the fifth anniversary of Tim’s Soyuz space capsule landing in the Kazakhstan desert as he returned from a six-month expedition to the

Teaching kids to be STEM-smart with Robo Wunderkind

When the Austrian Ed-tech Company, Robo Wunderkind, thinks of what being smart means today, they have the answer at hand. It means adopting versatile 21-century skills for every sphere of life while also having fun! The UK-based Hardwick Green Academy has a very similar idea, which is why Robo Wunderkind