Thursday 23 March, 2017
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The EdComs Teachers website has been relaunched this summer with a focus on inviting teachers to get involved in its research and resource development, while enabling EdComs to access a wider network of teaching professionals to keep in touch with the ‘chalk-face’.

Nasen, the UK’s leading professional organisation for all those working with young people aged 0 - 25 with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), endeavours to keep stakeholders informed of governmental policy changes and offer best practice support and advice for those in the SEN sector. At the Macron Stadium, Bolton, nasen will be hosting nasen Live 2015, providing a ‘one year on’ update on the implementation of the SEND reform from the 20-21 May 2015.

Are you going to BETT? Many schools use BETT as a source of Continual Professional Learning but this year you might need to pick...

Today, Ofsted has revealed data from a survey of online safety practice across all HMI-led inspections during March 2015.  The survey referenced a discussion...

We are delighted to announce that respected journalist and regular guest author at bee-it, Sal McKeown has won the prestigious CIPR award for Business Education...
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Classroom Monitor has announced that it is to host another round of seminars for Classroom Monitor users, following the popularity of its previous events.

Bett Academies, a new event developed in consultation with senior education leaders in the UK, launches this week to provide advice, guidance and inspiration...
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Leading education technology provider RM Education has announced the return of its popular seminar series, which will take place over various dates and locations throughout March.

So Nicky Morgan is directing an extra £3.5 million spend on building character and grit in today's schoolchildren. Including bringing in rugby coaches and other...
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Hit films, gaming, and current affairs are influencing and enriching British children’s vocabulary and inspiring creative, clever storytelling, according to a new analysis of entries to BBC Radio 2's 500 WORDS competition by Oxford University Press.