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Research reveals a quarter of teachers believe digital learning boosts exam results by at least one grade
The world’s biggest youth film festival returns, featuring over 2,700 free screenings & events - 4TH – 20TH NOVEMBER 2015
Exhibitors kept busy by record attendance at ICT for Education conference Newcastle!
Schools are “crying out” for training and support to help them make the most of budgets and prepare for a funding ...........
September 25th will see student planning experts – Penstripe – make their debut at the ICT for Education exhibition at St James’ Park, Newcastle.
“Children living in rural areas currently miss out when it comes to music education......
A Minute of Listening for every day of the school year ........
Pupil exposure to ICT continues to rise despite its value being questioned
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, says the way that computers have been used in schools until recently could ...........
"Every Child Can Code " Initiative
Leading classroom management specialist, NetSupport, has released the latest version of NetSupport School to coincide with the worldwide availability of Windows 10.
Python overtakes French as the most popular ‘language’ taught in primary schools
LGfL launches The M Room - a new History and English resource for KS3/4 on the secret listeners who bugged the Nazis in WW2
The Prodigals Online has been produced to engage, educate and empower young people to confidently face the challenges and opportunities of independence and adulthood.
Survey suggests many schools remain undecided about how they will move forward with pupil assessment
Digital literacy is as important as literacy and numeracy says BCS .......
London, 30th June 2015: Digital Schoolhouse, a games industry-led initiative to get more children interested in coding and to help schools teach the new Computing curriculum in innovative and engaging ways is under threat unless more funding can be secured.
Schools can take advantage of a new commercial IT support package specifically designed to meet the requirements of the education sector.
Freely available to all UK schools, the new ‘Counter-Extremism - narratives and conversations’ resource from the London Grid for Learning aims to help schools prevent pupils from being radicalised online.
New advanced addition to SMART kapp product line is the interactive display reimagined
Tablet use in schools continues to rise as barriers to adoption shift, new research from the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has revealed.
LocknCharge offers schools that extra peace of mind, with a one-year electrical warranty completely free (three years in total) on all iQ 30 Carts ordered before the 31st July.
− Discovery Education, as part of its core mission to empower teachers and engage pupils with high-quality, engaging digital content, adds more than 230 learning activities to Espresso to accommodate school partners’ needs. −
Talented teens show celebs and royals winning ideas for a ‘better, simpler or easier’ future at TeenTech Awards 2015
Revision Buddies joins the market leading interactive touchscreen provider, Clevertouch on its educational app store