Having a network that works reliably is hugely important to keep teachers teaching and learners learning. So making changes to your network may be the last thing you want to think about. But products schools still rely on (Windows XP Professional and Windows Server 2003, for instance) will no longer …Continue Reading
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“Mum, what shall we do?”
“Mum, can you help me with my homework?”…
“Mum, I can’t do my maths”
…bombarded by my three little …Continue Reading
Did you know that around 6% of all books are now sold in digital format? The ebook market is growing at over 50% per annum but, to date, schools have faced too many barriers in embracing this potentially transformational concept. We think that’s about to change. Find out more…Continue Reading
Education Secretary Michael Gove has unveiled the draft Primary National Curriculum Programmes of Study for English, maths and science on 11th June 2012. They will be subject to an informal consultation before being re-published for formal consultation later in the year. The final programmes …Continue Reading
A guest blog by Kristian Still, Assistant Head Teacher at Hamble Community Sports CollegeContinue Reading
The Department for Education has announced the reforms to special educational needs in its formal response to the public consultation on its Green Paper “Support and Aspiration“. Legislation will be put in place via the Children and Families Bill, announced in the Queen’s speech last week.
The changes represent the …Continue Reading
The ASCL 3rd annual Business Management Conference. Take part in the Budget Challenge to see how much your school could save on broadband, utilities, print and MIS. Visit us on stand 22 to receive your personalised savings statement. We’re delighted, as an ASCL Premier partner, to be headline sponsor of …Continue Reading
This extra special round of Technical Seminars took off today at Stansted airport, where we’re celebrating our 20th anniversary. With that in mind, we thought we’d track down* the very first seminar presenter, David Brooks, and ask him to reflect on his experiences way back when. Over to you, David…Continue Reading
The 7th BETT Radio Show will be broadcast live from the RM Technical Seminars, National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham and will feature many special guests from the world of education technology including Simon Burton, founder of Wired Teachers, on the importance of social networking for educators plus lots more!Continue Reading
Latest statistics from the Department for Education reveal that there are now 1,776 academies open in England (as of 1st April).
This number is made up of 355 sponsored academies and 1,421 converted academies. Between March and April, 123 new academies opened; which brings the total number of academies that have …Continue Reading