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A packed lunch from home or a meal in the canteen – it seems school lunches are a subject of hot contention today, with school staff, parents and education leaders weighing in on the best solution for students when the bell rings for...


The move from secondary school to further education is simultaneously an exciting and nerve-wracking step for students. Heading into the great unknown of college represents a new-found maturity and freedom that many may have eagerly anticipated for months, if no...


Biometric attendance is a powerful approach for secondary schools, colleges and universities. With biometrics, you let students register their attendance without the need for a smartcard, PIN or password. It’s flexible, simple and cost-effective. What’s the best way t...


The Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson, has addressed fears that school food standards could drop in the wake of a no-deal Brexit. There was concern school food could have a drop in quality after the leak of a no-deal Brexit Government...


School budgets are something that are very hard for schools to be confident in currently. The current Government’s announced plans of an extra £7.1 billion funding by 2022 is promising, but in these uncertain political times, things can change quickly. Schools that are...


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