education magazines uk

More people are accessing UKEdChat articles, resources, videos, magazines and podcasts than ever. Unlike many organisations, we haven’t put up a paywall – we want to keep our content open for all. So you can see why we need to ask for your help. Maintaining and improving our content takes a lot of time, money and hard work. But we do it because we believe our open educational platforms matter – we hope it matters to you too.
Our magazine was launched in January 2014, being the idea and development of editor Martin Burrett (@ICTMagic). The magazine is free to read online or to download as a PDF.

Education magazines uk
Designed for KS2 and KS3, these are useful and accessible sources of information for pupils at your school.
Take a look at our magazines for schools which have been developed for any child or young person who wants to know more about epilepsy, whether or not they have the condition.

Since then, my writing has evolved and my audience has grown to 12+ million readers across the world.
I have written about education in journals and publications since 2004; focusing solely on teaching and learning, design technology, the Arts, staff well-being and most recently, classroom resources for every teacher. This has evolved (c)2008 into writing more and more about school leadership; staff development, wellbeing and educational policy. (May 2020)

If you’ve not picked up a paintbrush since you left school, now could be the perfect time to get creative, says Laura Heap, the head of art and design at Rossall School.
With schools closed and exams cancelled, there are many ways you can help children to continue learning

With schools closed and exams cancelled, there are many ways you can help children to continue learning
We’ve chosen some of our favourite books that were inspired by the that take your outside while staying in.

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http://www.youngepilepsy.org.uk/for-professionals/education-professionals/resources-for-schools/magazines-for-schools.html
http://www.teachertoolkit.co.uk/publications/
http://www.lancashirelife.co.uk/education
http://www.hampshire-life.co.uk/education
http://www.nea.org/home/1814.htm