Tag Archives: education

Bringing energy into performance

According to research carried out by Leeds Beckett University, children who take part in lessons, which include physical activity, show an increase    ... more

The age of reason

When it comes to voting age, most countries seem to have agreed on a minimum age, often specified in their constitution.    ... more

Pursuing academic performance

Since the year 2000, when PISA evaluations have started, Finland has consistently ranked at the top of the international assessment test results.    ... more

A century of childhood

The “Century of the Child” movement was coined by Swedish visionary Ellen Key, who in 1900 stated the 20th century should    ... more

When Berlin takes back the night

For many, Berlin may have an extensive and potentially interesting history, especially regarding the previous century, and this summer may be    ... more

A changing approach

A change in the education system announced by David Cameron aims to modify the curriculum, modifying Sex Education studies as a “compulsory”    ... more

Inclusive learning

The University of Birmingham aims to take steps to ensure that its curriculum is inclusive towards those with lesbian, gay, bisexual,    ... more

Forming history within a valley of beauty

On the 10th October 2014, the Norwegian Nobel committee made history as the youngest ever co-recipient was announced of the 2014    ... more

Encouraging specialised education

With students across the country going back to school this month, Local Growth Minister, Penny Mordaunt, has announced a new plan.    ... more

Reform for religious education

In recent reports there has been news about a number of British citizens leaving the UK to join ISIS (Islamic State    ... more

Improving children’s school grades

“If moderate to vigorous physical activity does influence academic attainment this has implications for public health and education policy by providing    ... more

Need some Monet to get degas to make the Van Gogh

Ever wondered what it would be like to combine the art world with a racing legend? Well here is your answer.    ... more

‘Troops to Teachers’

A scheme titled ‘Troops to Teachers’ has been launched by the Government, in which former personnel of the AF are being    ... more

Edinburgh University MOOC course offerings

Online course revolution

They seemed to have been promoted as the catalyst for a global learning revolution in which anyone with an Internet connection    ... more