Articles from British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA)

Catch up learning: give schools the freedom to choose their own solution

#CatchupChallenge - It’s been a chaotic and disjointed year for teachers, students and parents across the UK. As schools have now fully reopened, teachers are not only faced with catching up on lost learning time, but are also addressing the impact on student’s mental health and wellbeing following another period of lockdown.

EdTech became an unofficial ‘emergency service’ - Lessons from Lockdown

The inaugural report from the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Education Technology (@EdTechAPPG) Lessons from Lockdown: what we learned about Education Technology in 2020 is published today (11 Mar).

BESA announces free support for teachers during national lockdown

BESA announces free support for teachers during national lockdown

Essex Chief Constable attends free teacher CPD conference to address online safety in UK schools and threats of County Lines

 

Newcastle teachers set to benefit from free technology training boost

Teachers in Newcastle and its surrounding areas will again benefit from the nationwide teacher training initiative – LearnED – now in its second year. The Newcastle edition of LearnED is one of nine regional roadshows touring the UK throughout 2019/2020.

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