Since Friday 20th March, most students have been at home, learning remotely due to the Covid-19 school closures. Whilst days at school are shaped by a regular timetable, we know that it can be challenging to find some structure when learning from home.

At Hopscotch, we want to help! We’ve pulled together a suggested “learning from home” timetable to help children aged 4-14 (and parents!) manage their study time. We have also included some of our favourite resources, created by teachers or education specialists, to support pupils in this challenging time.

Each week we'll be posting a blog, direct from a teacher on the front line, about their experience and challenges they're facing following school closures. The first in the series is from a secondary science teacher in the North East.

Here at Hopscotch we love running regular HopMeet sessions, where a member of the team shares something interesting with the rest of us. This week, our intern Rosie shared her insight into understanding how motivation can successfully influence behaviour change.

Today's World Mental Health Day brings to light numerous news stories on the state of our young people’s mental health and reveals how much more needs to be done to combat the issue.

As technology continues to advance, it is becoming more and more integrated into how young people learn, create and discover themselves. To find out more about these developments, and their impact on education, in January some colleagues and I headed to Bett; the world’s biggest education technology event. Bett brings together educators, brands, media and anyone with an interest in the future of education under one (very large) roof at ExCel London.

Thanks to TV documentaries such as David Attenborough’s captivating Blue Planet II, plastic pollution is now firmly at the forefront of public consciousness. It’s therefore arguably more important than ever that business harnesses this heightened momentum to lever robust and collective action on environmental issues ...

TES recently reported that there has been a massive slash in the number of school governors, linked to the increasing number of academy conversions. Having been a school governor myself since 2013, I’m continually amazed at the level of responsibility we have and the decisions we’re asked to make, so this announcement is concerning.


Our mission is to create more sustainable and active journeys… what’s yours? We posed this question to a captive audience of primary school children from across London at the annual Transport for London STARS seminar series ...

Monday 4th December saw the launch of the long awaited #careersstrategy from @educationgovuk to support schools in raising young people’s career aspirations. The strategy forms part of government’s plans to improve social mobility with the clear-cut objective of ensuring quality, consistent, tailored advice for all ...


It feels like a long forgotten memory not but until relatively recently it was ‘summer’. What can only be described as a particularly drab and grey August, also saw the screening of Channel 4’s Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds (a title which I originally mistook for Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children) ...

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