Thursday 23 March, 2017

The new Computing Curriculum introduced the topic of coding last year in order to equip students with the skills they may require for the future...

Bett, the leading global education event, returns to ExCel London from 25 to 28 January 2017 with a fresh focus on game changers within...

So Nicky Morgan is directing an extra £3.5 million spend on building character and grit in today's schoolchildren. Including bringing in rugby coaches and other...

Exams can be life changing, not just for those going to university. Think about the driving test. It can make it easier to travel...

Tony Parkin switches his attention to post-16 education, and the future of apprenticeships over the next few years. If you use the word 'apprentice' in...
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Tony Parkin

I believe that I was among a significant minority who were recently unsurprised to read that an Ofsted inspector, Mr Marshall, had been given his marching orders for reusing comments. Some of his pithy remarks in the reports of the schools he was asked to assess had turned up in the verdicts of more than one school. ‘Cut and paste assessment’, as the Daily Mail and other media channels trumpeted; who’d have thought it?

When it comes to blogging everyone and their gran is at it; from travel blogs to cookery blogs, fashion blogs to technology blogs. And...

An article popped up on the BBC News Website a few days ago, commenting on the success (or lack thereof) of charter schools and...

BETT 2017 approaches. Always one of the high spots in the UK education technology year, and still home to some of the best networking...
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Apps for Good has today announced the finalists in the national Apps for Good Awards 2014, designed to inspire students and discover the country’s leading young digital entrepreneurs.