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UK Air Pollution and its Impact on Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in Schools

The UK – alongside Germany, France, Italy and Spain – have been issued a final warning by the European Commission for failing to address breaches of air pollution limits for nitrogen oxide. EU…

Teaching the Hand Hygiene Curriculum

Teaching the Hand Hygiene Curriculum

Paul Jakeway, Marketing Director at Deb UK discusses how to reduce germ transfer and encourage hand washing in schools. At school, children are exposed to all kinds of germs and bacteria that they…

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How Schools Can Be Energy Efficient

Reducing energy emissions is beneficial to both your utility bills and your carbon foot print, so how can you work towards being energy efficient? It’s more important than ever to reduce energy emissions…

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Leadership In Outstanding Special Schools

Leadership in Outstanding Special Schools DR MIC CAROLAN Having spent two years in a northern local authority as the education officer including Special education (which then included seven special schools, the EWO service,…

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The Benefits of School Renovation – How a New Atmosphere Can Be a Learning Experience

When it comes to schools, people often think of dingy classrooms, outdated desks, dusty chalkboards and the like. ‘Modern’ does not normally come to mind when people think of schools and this can…

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Online Booking Software Can Help Support Schools To Conform with New Regulations 

Caitlin Roxburgh | Booking Live | August 2015 Changes in government policy mean schools are now being encouraged to provide wraparound childcare both before and after school.  As part of the government’s extended…

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Why Canopies Will Benefit Your School

There are many advantages to investing in canopies for schools. School is a magical time for most pupils and the addition of a canopy can make it even more fulfilling. Parents, teachers and…

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Rebranding Your School

The competition within education is becoming increasingly difficult and many schools’ enrolments are beginning to stall due to the plethora of options students now have. If you are experiencing a continued trend of…

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Scrapping practical science: damaging and counterproductive

Ofqual’s decision to remove practical science experiments from GCSE assessment is causing a lot of concern among the scientific community, and education minister, Nicky Morgan is deeply frustrated with the outcome. Ofqual has…

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Taking Education Outdoors: Making Use Of Outdoor Learning

The days are getting longer and whilst the cold persists spring and summer will soon be chasing away the last of the winter weather. With the prospect of warmer, dryer days on the…

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