News ASK programme hosts virtual event for National Employability Day 26 June 2020 On National Employability Day, Friday 26th June, the ASK programme and the London Enterprise Adviser Network will be delivering a unique virtual employability event for students of schools across Central, South and West London, comprising of a range of workshops and insights from a current apprentice at British Telecom. News EdDevTrust and IIEP-UNESCO publish new report on teacher management in refugee settings in Ethiopia 23 June 2020 As an organisation dedicated to changing lives through education, we know how important access to quality, equitable education is for children and young people all over the world – including refugees and internally displaced persons. We are therefore very pleased to announce the publication of a new joint research report, produced by Education Development Trust and IIEP-UNESCO, which examines a critical aspect of inclusive education in refugee contexts: effective teacher management. News Our Future Teaching Scholars secure NQT roles 11 June 2020 Education Development Trust’s Future Teaching Scholars Programme is a unique and innovative route into teaching, funded by the Department for Education. Following four years of hard work and dedication, we are very pleased to report that all of our first cohort of scholars have secured roles as newly qualified teachers in schools across England. News EdDevTrust’s independent schools re-open to more pupils 05 June 2020 After several months of almost exclusively remote learning, all three of our independent schools in the UK – Danesfield Manor School, Oakfield Preparatory School and St Andrew’s School – re-opened to more pupils on Monday 1st June. All three schools have remained open to the children of key workers throughout the period of Covid-19 school closures, but were able to open their doors to more pupils on Monday, in line with government guidelines. News New advice on how early years practitioners can help parents navigate home learning 14 May 2020 A new article by Lyn Challender sets out helpful advice for early years professionals seeking to help parents during Covid-19 closures. News EdTechX panel: Creative use of technology in the age of remote learning 13 May 2020 As schools have closed in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, remote learning has almost overnight become the ‘new normal’ for schools in the UK. In such circumstances, the London Connected Learning Centre (CLC) – part of Education Development Trust – has had a key role to play, using its expertise in using digital technology to support schools through these challenging times.