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Autism ideas

A free app is aiming to involve people with autism in the creation of new technologies to tackle some of the daily challenges they face.


Deaf mentoring

A project that trains deaf pupils aged 10 and above to mentor other deaf children of all ages has been unveiled by the National Deaf Children’s Society.


Brand new 3D PSHE programme

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Dimensions specialise in providing creative classroom solutions. This is exactly what they’ve done with their brand new 3D PSHE programme for early years, key stage 1 and key stage 2.


The HAGS Schools Natural Play Range

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The Natural Play range from HAGS Schools is composed of trim trail units inspired by nature that can be combined in multiple ways to create a bespoke play trail. With their organic shapes and earthy hues, the Naturlek designs are a low visual impact option and will complement nicely a green space.


Quality outdoor canopies

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There are many companies selling outdoor canopies in the UK, but few compare to us in terms of longevity and versatility, standards of engineering, visual appeal and customer service.


Meet Ofsted requirements for online safety

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The digital revolution is having a profound effect on us, and on our children. We’re constantly bombarded with new research about how screen time can bring down GCSE grades, how gaming can affect social skills, and how overexposure to certain websites could be damaging young people’s mental health.



Practical Pre-School Awards 2015

This year’s Practical Pre-School Awards took place last week. The awards – hosted by Headteacher Update's sister titles Practical Pre-School and Primary Teacher Update – have a strong reputation for recognising the best in educational resources, toys, equipment, books, multimedia and many other ...


The Stable Company: Flexible spaces for education

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As attitudes towards education alter and evolve, there is growing evidence to suggest that diverse learning spaces are beneficial to a child’s education. This can mean escaping a traditional classroom environment in exchange for a flexible, more contemporary space and timber construction is proving ...



Start Your Arts Award Day

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Arts Award is to launch its 10th anniversary celebrations with a Start Your Arts Award Day supporting the BBC's Arts Get Creative



Multi-use games areas

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Good teachers have a key role to play in ensuring that children and young people reach their full potential in PE and sport, but excellent buildings and school grounds also play a vital role.



Sport Relief 2016

Schools are being urged to get involved with Sport Relief, which takes place again next year on March 18.



Skills 2 Achieve

The Youth Sport Trust is offering all primary schools a 14-day free trial of its Skills2Achieve programme.


Starting school packs

PTA UK is working with iChild and Parcelforce to deliver "starting school" Welcome Packs to more than 1,400 PTAs across the UK.


Grants for families in crisis

The children's grant-giving organisation, Buttle UK, is offering families living in crisis access to grants of up to £300.



Champions of Change

Champions of Change, an education initiative tailored for early years, primary and secondary schools, is aiming to allow young people to take the lead in fundraising.


Type 1 Diabetes: Parents Passport for Schools

Schools are being encouraged to adopt a new diabetes "passport" to help drive up standards of care for pupils with the condition. Launched by the InDependent Diabetes Trust, the booklet aims to help schools meet new legislation and improve diabetes care.


Win a £5,000 makeover

The Smarter Spaces 2015 campaign has launched a competition for primary schools to win £5,000 worth of design and decoration services for their school.


Inspirational buildings

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Inspire your children and create the perfect learning environment with our bespoke, outdoors classrooms.


Active, engaged and happy children

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Movesdance.com is a completely new and cost-effective way to get your whole school more active. Children love to be active through music and dance, but for many teachers who lack confidence in this area, it can be one step too far.

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