At the end of February, HEPI collaborated with PwC to host a roundtable dinner in Birmingham on the impact of technology on higher education. Stian Westlake, Policy Adviser to the Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation g..
Schools should promote celibacy and abstinence as “positive life choices”, the Church of England says.
The act of refraining from sexual activity is part of the Church's advice for sex education lessons.
In a blog post, it also says pupils shoul..
Image from PixabayIn February I spoke at Learning Technologies in London. It's an annual two day event for learning and development professionals where we meet to discuss and debate issues around new technology, innovation in the workplace and c..
I’m delighted to have this opportunity to speak directly to school and college leaders here at ASCL – two months into the job.
Secretary of State for Education is a hugely exciting role to be taking on. But I also feel the weight of responsibility, ..
ASCL General Secretary Geoff Barton will today declare war on excessive teacher workload as part of a joint effort with the government to tackle the recruitment and retention crisis in our schools and colleges.
Mr Barton will open the second day of..
Universities in Wales celebrate International Women’s Day
To celebrate International Women’s day, recognise the historic and current achievements and work of women in our sector, and in recognition of the importance of our shared responsibility to w..
CCEA has produced Exemplification of Examination Performance (EEP) for answers (at grade A) from the revised AS examinations undertaken in the Summer Series 2017. This exemplification is available as a PDF download in the Support section of the subje..
Recently published statistics show that just 5.8% of apprentices who started an engineering course last year (2016-17) were female and even fewer – just 2.9%Â – began an apprenticeship in construction.
The Minister spoke as she visited Wylfa Newydd ..
ASCL President Carl Ward will today call on the government to liberate schools and colleges from the short-term cycle of parliamentary politics and develop a shared long-term plan to give children the education they will need in the age of automation..
A survey of headteachers has found that 95% feel that social media use is damaging the mental health and wellbeing of young people – and that there is overwhelming support for new laws and regulation to keep children safe online.
The Association of..