Insufficient menstrual cycle education provided in UK schools

A UK-wide study led by Swansea University has found that menstrual cycle education needs to be addressed in schools.

Trainee teachers made sharper assessments about learning difficulties after receiving feedback from AI

A trial in which trainee teachers who were being taught to identify pupils with potential.

Sport improves concentration and quality of life

Study with primary school pupils confirms positive impact of physical fitness

Sexual harassment is reported to be common in Scottish secondary schools

Visual, verbal and personally invasive harassment is widespread, with boundaries rarely discussed

Requirement for adults to wear masks in schools has major impact on Covid-19 transmissions

German research highlights benefit of teachers wearing masks in reducing spread of virus

Post-pandemic widening of inequalities for children in the North of England

Research from Newcastle University.

Excess screen time impacting teen mental health

Research from The University of Queensland, Australia.

A love for video games can improve classroom learning, study finds

A love for video games should be harnessed by teachers to improve classroom learning, new.

Teachers want to encourage children to take a public stand against climate change

Teachers prepared to support activism from young people regarding climate change.

Pandemic adolescent mental health study reveals turnaround finding

Study from Lancaster University