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Pre School & Primary
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School and Student Desks
- Crush Bent Tables
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- Next Day
- Covid 19 Protection
27 Oct 2020 Top tips for the 'new normal' in teaching
Find ways to make learning fun...
2 Oct 2020 Can school libraries survive?
A safe space that nurtures their curiosity or a Covid-19 nightmare?...
15 Sep 2020 Classrooms changes – the best we can do is embrace them
With every cloud there is a silver lining...
8 Sep 2020 Back to School a scary prospect?
Social bubbles are the new normal...
3 Sep 2020 On the brink of a digital revolution?
Traditional chalk and talk methods are a thing of the past...
12 Aug 2020 Wellbeing
School Breathe: 'Breathwork for a calmer classroom'...
3 Jul 2020 Should teachers use ‘writeable’ classrooms post-CoVID-19?
The ‘writeable’ classroom is quite revolutionary...
23 Jun 2020 4 ways to keep your pupils motivated in the classroom
Reward good work consistently...
12 Jun 2020 The 'new normal' in schools post-lockdown
Creating a safe school environment...
27 May 2020 Back to School
Schools around the world are using protective screens during the coronavirus pandemic...
13 Mar 2020 Young people and increasing social media pressure
What can be done?
11 Mar 2020 The benefits of sit stand desks
Sit stand school desks can improve focus...
6 Mar 2020 Could artificial intelligence liberate teachers?
AI is usually portrayed as cold, super-human and intent on menace...
3 Mar 2020 Balancing fun and fairness: creating the best classroom environment
So what's not fair?...
17 Feb 2020 Creating an inclusive classroom environment
Have a quiet corner...
4 Dec 2019 How to boost productivity through classroom design
Create visual stimulation...
29 Nov 2019 How to Minimise Digital Distractions
Your students have a paper due. But why study when there's a fun new game on Facebook to catch up on, or a new #scandal on Twitter?
28 Nov 2019 What could Brexit mean for education?
At the start of 2019, it had been reported that there had been a 25% drop in the number of teachers from the EU applying for jobs in the UK...
16 May 2019 Teachers are put on ‘trial by trolls’
Miss, my parents think you should be sacked...
2 May 2019 Mindfulness in modern schools?
Mindfulness is a technique to help anyone cope with life's events...
23 Apr 2019 The principle of interleaving
It goes something like this...
16 Apr 2019 The affect of poorly designed school furniture
How poorly designed school furniture can impact a child's growth from the bottom up...
1 Apr 2019 Pupil found guilty of "upskirting" teacher
While scribbling on the school desk may result in detention...
12 Mar 2019 High Meadow: a studio with a difference
The best places to learn are the ones where the very environment inspires students...
28 Feb 2019 Bespoke furniture for children with Autism?
Dr Stephen Shore “If you've met one person with autism, you've met one person with autism.”
20 Feb 2019 Headteacher wellbeing comes to the forefront
The problem appears to have roots dating back to around 2014/15 when schools began to be faced with major budget cuts...
13 Feb 2019 Help pupils to cut food waste
Show them the life cycle of a banana...
29 Jan 2019 Will a four day teaching week work?
So, why would any school opt for a four day week instead of five?
14 Jan 2019 Thinking outside the box with teaching methods
It's never been more important to make your lessons relevant...
2 Jan 2019 Our Top 10 Teachers Battles
A kid wearing a big round hat sits next to another who tried dressing like Lady Gaga...
17 Dec 2018 4 ways to help students concentrate better
Don't leave all the physical activity to PE and break times. Mix it up a bit ...
6 Dec 2018 Teachers suffer too
What's going on? ...
16 Nov 2018 Stressed heads reach for the bottle
So, what can be done to help education staff put boundaries around their own wellbeing?...
2 Nov 2018 More gum than carpet in our schools
Those little sticky blobs have become a traditional part of the education system...
2 Oct 2018 Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones
But names will never hurt me?...
25 Sep 2018 Can the power of design tackle gun violence?
The tragic issue of US school shootings has been an ongoing point of grief and frustration in the country for decades...
17 Sep 2018 No hope of extra funding for schools
The funding shortfall in the UK's current educational environment is leading to redundancies...
10 Sep 2018 Coping with New Term Jitters
Understand it is normal...
3 Sep 2018 Classroom set-up: How to help diverse learners
Technology is helping teachers to communicate in different ways...
20 Aug 2018 Seeking help for loneliness
Is social media to blame?...
1 Aug 2018 Teaching English as a foreign language
I had mixed emotions: joy, fear and anticipation...
25 Jul 2018 How to provide more support to ADHD pupils
Encourage collaboration and inclusion with other children...
19 Jul 2018 Pupil numbers set to dramatically increase
UK secondary school pupil numbers to rise by 20%...
12 Jul 2018 End of Year Reports - 'Wots Teacher Really Sayin?'
Open to new ideas: This person is easily led into poor behaviour...
6 Jul 2018 4 ways to utilise schools desks for productivity
Encourage independent learning...
26 Jun 2018 Extra exams would cut risk to pupils’ mental health
According to Nick Gibb...
11 Jun 2018 Arts pupil numbers reducing
Why does it matter?
5 Jun 2018 No marks for coursework: it's official
What did the consultation say?
27 May 2018 Unlocking the key to last-minute revision success
Revision can be a daunting prospect ...
26 May 2018 Stop teaching children joined-up handwriting?
Is the art of learning joined-up handwriting now surplus to requirements?...
16 Apr 2018 Andria Zafirakou Wins Million-Dollar Global Teaching Prize
The art teacher is the first teacher from Britain to win the award...
3 Apr 2018 The Easter Bunny: Would You Lie?
A contentious issue...
21 Mar 2018 Waterstones Children’s Book Prize 2018 - The shortlist
Children have always been eager to experience worlds beyond our own...
2 Mar 2018 Beyoncé Formation Scholars awards 2017-18
In 2017, Beyoncé became the most recent star to show her appreciation for the value of education...
20 Feb 2018 Whole class reading? You decide
What is the best way to do guided reading for children?
11 Feb 2018 We need to keep old rhymes alive
Nursery rhymes are becoming less common...
1 Feb 2018 Jamie Oliver campaigns for Sit Stand Desks
The TV personality has approached No.10 yet again...
24 Jan 2018 The power of the seating plan
A powerful resource for teachers?
16 Jan 2018 How friendship can help to foster a better learning environment
Should children be allowed to sit with their mates in the classroom?
9 Jan 2018 Education highlights of 2017
Here are our best bits...
2 Jan 2018 Should gender neutral language be used in schools?
Okay then boys and girls...
13 Dec 2017 Sleeping Beauty promotes inappropriate behaviour?
Consent is one of the hottest topics in the playground these days...
6 Dec 2017 Group seating: working together or worsening attention?
Evidence suggests that it is far from optimal...
29 Nov 2017 Calculators in primary schools: help or hindrance?
Should calculators be banned?
16 Nov 2017 UK Teacher Shortage
There is a serious teacher shortage in the UK, with over 40,000 leaving the profession each year...
7 Nov 2017 The colour of school chairs impacts learning
If you ask a teacher what influences children's learning, you’ll likely get a variety of responses, from the curriculum to teaching methods...
13 Oct 2016 St Paul's CE Primary School
We were originally contacted by St Paul’s Church of England Primary School, in Stoke on Trent, to find a solution to creating a private meeting space without compromising the room’s structure through any building work or extensions.
30 Sep 2016 Ingenious Ways to Store Sports Equipment with Limited Space
Whether it's golf clubs or cricket pads, sports equipment storage can take up a lot of space. Here are some ways to save what you can and make the most of the available space...
21 Sep 2016 Titan Chairs: Masters of the Ergonomic Classroom
It has been found that children who are uncomfortable tend to fidget and become restless and distracted. This leads to a lack of concentration as well as future physical problems. What are classroom furniture designers manufacturing to avoid these issues and improve the results? Find out with Titan in this post!
5 Aug 2016 From Olympian to God, Arena to Schools
Designed by UK firm AndArchitects with the help of local studios “Lopes Santos” and “Ferreira Gomes”, the arena is designed to be dismantled and rebuilt as schools around the city. Areas where there is a lack of educational space will benefit from this, thus the games give back to the community, too.
15 Jul 2016 Education, I choose you!
In addition to allowing us all to embrace a childhood dream, there are also educational benefits that can be gained from the Pokémon Go App that is taking the World by storm, especially for our younger generation!
11 Jul 2016 Online Graduate Degrees in 5 Years?!
Coursera was founded in California 4 years ago and has now become one of the World’s biggest providers of “massive, open, online courses”, also known as “Moocs”. They are now looking into extending this success over to the wider population around the World and offering degrees to a wider audience with the help of top universities.
24 Jun 2016 Live to Play with PlayAlive
There is always emphasis on the importance of the playground when it comes to schools. The need for “play time” is paramount throughout our education process and the company “PlayAlive” is no stranger to having realised how much can be achieved with creating structures that offer a combination of interactive and physical activity.
16 Jun 2016 A Cave for Class
Being one of the poorest regions in China, the local people in Guizhou have had to make use of their local environment and recourses to make sure that their younger generation could get a well deserved education. Using a local cave, makeshift classrooms and a basketball court was constructed and teaching began.. Very inspirational!
3 Jun 2016 MFS II: From Makoko to Venice
In 2013 a prototype for a “floating school” was docked in a lagoon located in Nigeria’s largest city, Lagos. A copy of the prototype is currently docked in Venice as a “Venice Biennale 2016” exhibition. MFS II is part of the “Waterfront Atlas” exhibition which looks at the development of coastal communities.
26 May 2016 Shoe-less Classrooms
After 10 years of research, a recent study has revealed that pupils and students are more likely to achieve better academic results when they don’t wear shoes in class. The study has also shown that the children are often better behaved and happier if their shoes are taken off beforehand...
17 May 2016 The Purpose of Exams
Exams and tests are a great way to assess what the students have learned with regards to particular subjects. Exams will show what part of the lesson each student seems to have taken the most interest in and has remembered...
27 Apr 2016 Pets In School
Although the idea of having pets around young children in school is controversial, many studies have revealed that having animals in a school environment can be very beneficial...
15 Apr 2016 Beneficial Bean Bags in Class
The increasing use of technology in schools has encouraged the education sector to implement breakout areas, utilising the already referenced bean bags, into schools. iPads and laptops are replacing the notepad and pen and there are also many other advantages to bean bags in schools.
7 Apr 2016 Making use of the Outdoors in Urban Schools
Outdoor space usually limited in schools situated within urban areas. The benefits that outdoor space can have on pupils and students should not be ruled out. Both educational as well as mental benefits can be provided by nature and there are several ways schools and colleges in cities can achieve these...
1 Apr 2016 The Benefits of PE in Schools
Despite not being too keen on the lessons, I always had great fun during PE and there are plenty of benefits that can be achieved. It is now also a lesson the government is trying to emphasise on, that has many benefits that can be achieved for teachers as well as pupils...
23 Mar 2016 Happy Egghunt 2016
Our yearly Easter Egg Hunt challenge found itself on this website for 2016... As always, it was a lot of fun!
18 Mar 2016 Blogging in The Classroom
The importance of blog writing even seems to have found itself within the educational sector. Many schools have started blog writing in class, as part of their curriculum and there have been several benefits for the pupils as well as teachers.
11 Mar 2016 The Importance of Show & Tell
We all remember the exciting, nerve racking experience of “show and tell” in primary school. Bringing in your favourite item to show off to the rest of the class, wondering what all your friends may have brought in?
4 Mar 2016 #Worldbookday
The 3rd of March 2016 saw the 19th World Book Day! During the week there were plenty of fun activities at schools to help appreciate reading and literature as a whole. Thousands of schools participated in fancy dress, based on fictional characters...
24 Feb 2016 It's A Colourful World
Although the use of colour is paramount in the interior design process, the idea of the mental effects of certain colours is often missed. Unknowingly, the colours in an educational environment may have an effect on pupils and students and their performance and engagement...
19 Feb 2016 Lighting The Dark with the Power Of Print
3D-printing is becoming increasingly more important in the design industry. The younger generation who are visually impaired are now able to make the most of the evolving technology thanks to a team at the University of Colorado, Boulder...
12 Feb 2016 Playing To Learn & To Be Inspired
Play is an essential lesson that we all learn from throughout our lives. From a very young age, we know that play creates the most fun that we can have. The playground at schools has an important role in education, ensuring that our younger generation is able to use their imagination, interact with others and enjoy themselves while burning off some excess energy.
29 Jan 2016 Class By The River: Floating Schools
Imagine a world where kids didn’t have to sit in a generic classroom all day…! Well, in Bangladesh they don’t... at least not sometimes! During the Monsoon season, the lessons are held on the flood waters...
22 Jan 2016 Books to Computers: Technological Evolution In Schools
Over the years there has been a significant increase in computers in schools and colleges. With technology always advancing, our reliance on computers is becoming more apparent. . A long way from those notebooks, all in a space of a few years!
14 Jan 2016 The First Day at School as a Website
After the years of planning and the months of organizing, the launch of this website has felt very much like watching our child attend the first day of school. I have found a couple of helpful tips to help us through these "first days"...