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London CLC leading by example

London Connected Learning Centre (London CLC) is blazing an international trail by sharing its pioneering ways of working with Dutch and Danish delegations.  

Going global in Wales

How do we extend student's learning beyond the local context? How do we bring to life a curriculum with global content that develops children and young people as ethical and informed citizens of Wales and the world? The role of the Global Learning ...  

Watch teaching and learn more

Education Development Trust has joined forces with Oxford University to head up, on behalf of the Department for Education, the England arm of a pioneering international study.  

Helping Syrian refugees in Jordan

Our new teacher development project in Jordan in partnership with Queen Rania Teacher Academy, is set to help some of Syria's refugee school children. Six years into the conflict in Syria, access to quality education for Syrian refugees remains an ...  

Supporting 'Liverpool Challenge' to improve educational outcomes

Education Development Trust will be working alongside Sir Tim Brighouse to work with schools in Liverpool, England to further drive up attainment in the city.  

London CLC and the Philharmonia Digital Leaders Day

Education Development Trust's London CLC is delighted to be working in partnership with the Philharmonia Orchestra, Southbank Centre and the Tate Exchange in London to deliver a series of digital enrichment days which allow young people to get hands ...  

Future Teaching Scholars National Conference

The first Future Teaching Scholars National Conference took place in Nottingham on 15 and 16 September at the East Midlands Conference Centre.  

Education Development Trust to work with UNICEF developing guidance on secondary education in the areas of equity, gender and skills

Education Development Trust has recently started work on a new contract with UNICEF to develop programmatic guidance for UNICEF's regional and country offices on secondary education in the areas of equity, gender and skills.  

How I chose a school for my child: a parent's view

How an Oakfield pupil's parents made the decision on which school to send them to.  

Core Maths for the majority

Core Maths, a qualification designed to encourage young people in England to continue studying mathematics after the age of 16, has seen an 80% pass rate in the first sitting of exams.