Added investment for new laptops and tablets for care leavers and disadvantaged children

Up to half a million more disadvantaged children and young people in England will receive new devices to support their education and help keep them connected to peers and professionals, through a £126 million funding programme the government has announced.                       Ahead of Care Leavers Week (25-31 October), the government has announced

Liverpool schools go head-to-head in robot challenge

Two schools from All Saints Multi Academy Trust, The Academy of St Nicholas (ASN) and The Academy of St Francis Assisi (ASFA), went head-to-head against other Liverpool schools in a unique robot challenge. The schools each had a team of four students, made up of Year 10s from ASN and Year

UK education sector set to thrive following pandemic boom

The government has announced that the UK’s thriving education sector exported £23.3 billion in 2018 and that they will be supporting the sector to boost the figure to hit £35 billion a year by the end of the decade. It aims to do this via a wide range of new initiatives

Pupils embrace technology at careers workshop

The week before half term, Year 7 pupils from Childwall Sports and Science Academy took part in their first employer-led careers workshop. All form groups spent the morning in the company of Catherine, who represented computer company Dell Technologies and introduced the pupils to the possibilities of using technology to create

Mosslands School: An Outstanding Commitment to STEM

by All About STEM After an extremely difficult year for all, it was absolutely fantastic to celebrate education and inspiration at the Educate Awards and present ‘the amazing’ Mosslands School with our Outstanding Commitment to STEM Award. Staff, parents and students in all settings have worked tirelessly together to keep our young people learning throughout the