Learning guidance

DfE remote learning guidance is ‘unrealistic’, I Tes chiefs warn

Updated government guidelines on distance learning for schools have been criticized as “unrealistic” and “a distraction” by headteachers and leaders of the teaching profession. the non-statutory councilspublished this week, sets out expectations for how schools should “deliver high-quality distance education” when in-person instruction is not possible. His suggestion that schools should consider “securing appropriate internet […]

Education supplies

UK school supplies sector first as Findel secures £18m sustainability-linked loan facility from Santander UK – FE News

Education resource provider Findel has secured what is believed to be the UK school supplies sector’s first sustainability-linked loan facility from lender Santander UK. The Hyde, Greater Manchester-based company will use the £18m facility to support its medium-term growth plans while meeting its environmental, social and governance (ESG) commitments. The company’s origins as a provider […]


Credit Scores: How to Make Them Interesting!

Most personal finance instructors educate their high school students about credit ratings.  Most pupils are unfamiliar with them and may dispute the topic’s relevance. As educators, we understand how critical it is to address this issue BEFORE children begin to borrow and establish a credit history. To get students interested in credit scores, we created […]

Educational kits

Free Educational Kits Teach About Snow and Alaskan Native Culture | Latitude 65

What do you know about snow? Of course, it’s cold, it’s white and that’s part of life in the Far North. But what do you really know about snow? Did you know that there are several types of white matter, for example? This information and more awaits you in a new on-snow activity kit produced […]