We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2018 HR Excellence Awards HR Director of the Year award
Last week, Year 12 pupil Sophia from Kettering Buccleuch Academy was announced as winner of United Learning’s Group Art Competition for 2018.
HR magazine is delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2018 HR Excellence Awards
The reopening of an outdoor activities centre after two years will give residents ‘the chance to have adventures again’, the new manager has said.
Four schools in Bournemouth and Poole teamed up for the national 600-mile bike challenge RideABC.
An educational technologist and a head of sport have cycled 600 miles from Kent to Cumbria to raise money for Sport Relief and pupils at United Learning schools.
Over the last few months we’ve been using webinars at United Learning to connect school leaders who lead on particular issues. Here’s a summary of our recent webinar on Pupil Premium, with thanks to colleagues leading on this who shared their insights so freely.
In a recent article in Schools Week, Laura McInerney argued that flexible working for teachers would only deepen the current recruitment and retention crisis in a similar way to that of GPs in the last decade.
Pupils and staff in Paulsgrove have joined forces this week to promote the power of sport as part of national Sport Relief challenge RideABC.
United Learning’s Group Director of Technology and Jose Picardo, Deputy Head at Hampshire Collegiate School have been named in the UK EdTEch 50 which celebrates the people, products and projects shaping the education and technology sector across the UK.