We are very excited to announce the nominees for the NQT /CPD Blog Award at the Nexus Education Blog Awards 2019.
The Nexus Education Blog Awards 2019 takes place at Stoke-on-Tern Primary School on February 22nd 2019 and aims to recognise the contribution of educational bloggers from across the UK.
Ten year old Lottie is reaching for the stars this Christmas, after winning a national science competition for primary schools!
Pupils at St Swithun Wells’ Catholic Primary School in Hillingdon are celebrating after receiving a national computing award.
Nexus Education donates over £2,000 to schools in Telford and Cornwall in under 24 hours via NeXworking! Here’s how…
Discovery Education Espresso News has been announced as a finalist at next year’s prestigious BETT AWARDS, in the Primary Digital Content category.
Produced in partnership with ITN Productions, Espresso News brings the world’s biggest news stories to thousands of primary school classrooms every day – delivering dynamic age-appropriate content to help children engage with current affairs.
Alice Shaw, 9, from Monmouth School Girls’ Prep has been announced as a winner of Discovery Education’s Make Your World Bigger 2018, a video challenge designed to keep children learning during the summer holidays.
On the 6th of October, over 40 teachers from 35 different schools descended on the tranquil village of Lanchester in County Durham. They were there for the first ever #EduFootyAid event, organised by the Striker Boy Campaign in aid of Mind.
Pupils from Babington House School in Chislehurst came face to face with astronaut Tim Peake at a special event in London recently.
Explorify’s free digital resources provide teachers with easy-to-use activities to enhance their lessons and develop pupils’ thinking skills. To celebrate 1 year they are touring UK primary schools with CBeebies Maddie Moate!