Monday 1 May, 2017

By now you’ve probably heard of the new initiative launched by the BBC – the Micro:bit; a pocket-sized computer that is being given free...

The London Digital Inclusive Network (LonDIN) is a Kickstarter campaign with the tagline: “Where everyone is included so that no-one gets left behind.” When...

In July 2015, new research from Edge Hill Master’s Student, Rachel Binder, found that introducing Charanga’s digital Primary Music Scheme into schools can have...

Education software specialist Crick Software has announced that it will be sponsoring another exciting technology-focussed CPD session aimed at primary SENCos during the autumn...

Mathseeds, the fun-filled maths programme for 3 – 6 year-olds which offers a huge range of carefully structured lessons that build mathematical skills over...

Zondle requires your help: the web-based educational tool that allows users to create and play games to support individual learning needs is set to...

Minecraft (for those of you who may not have heard) is a sandbox game; a game with no storyline and no ‘end result’, where...
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Leading provider of e-learning resources for primary schools and BETT Award winner, EducationCity, will be showcasing its improved, new look online platform at BETT 2015 in January.

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EducationCity has announced that primary schools can now try its Computing module free of charge.

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Despite the significant changes in Government policy, schools appear to be increasingly positive in their outlook, a recent survey has revealed.