Saturday 21 October, 2017
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The UK's most outstanding educational resources, suppliers, educators and institutions were today accounced as finalists for the Education Resources Awards (ERAs) 2015.

Nasen, the UK’s leading professional organisation for all those working with young people aged 0 - 25 with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), endeavours to keep stakeholders informed of governmental policy changes and offer best practice support and advice for those in the SEN sector. At the Macron Stadium, Bolton, nasen will be hosting nasen Live 2015, providing a ‘one year on’ update on the implementation of the SEND reform from the 20-21 May 2015.

A couple of weeks back, several UK newspapers and many tech websites reported on the findings of a recent study which indicates that the use of...
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Children in 20,000 schools across the UK are being invited by Sir Richard Branson to share how technology is supporting their learning and helping to shape futures.

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Education technology charity, Apps for Good, which equips students with the skills to design and make apps that solve real-world problems, has this...

Third Space Learning an award-winning provider of online Maths tutoring to primary schools is launching this week an unprecedented programme of 70 school events which...
BETT 2015

BETT 2015

Jimmy Wales, the founder of the fifth most popular website in the world, Wikipedia, has been announced as a keynote speaker at Bett 2015.

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Leading education technology provider RM Education has announced the return of its popular seminar series, which will take place over various dates and locations throughout March.

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Hit films, gaming, and current affairs are influencing and enriching British children’s vocabulary and inspiring creative, clever storytelling, according to a new analysis of entries to BBC Radio 2's 500 WORDS competition by Oxford University Press.

Are you a teacher in a forward thinking secondary school? Would you like to be part of an exciting pilot programme and get paid...