Sunday 22 October, 2017
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Night Zookeeper is introducing a new Night Zookeeper Classroom starter pack for teachers for just £5 to help get the term off to a flying start in September!

Robin Hood Primary School is located on a Local Authority housing estate in the north of Nottingham City. The school is in an area of high deprivation, with the number of children eligible for Free School Meals being 2. 5 times national average. The majority of our pupils come into the school nursery, at 3 years old, well below the levels expected of pupils of their age nationally. For many years the school has been trying to better engage parents with their children's learning, and recently discovered an exciting new system that facilitates school to home communication, MarvellousMe.

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     Most schools are now well on their way with the new curriculum but are having to  implement an ‘assessing without levels’ mindset with...

When it comes to blogging everyone and their gran is at it; from travel blogs to cookery blogs, fashion blogs to technology blogs. And...
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With over a decade of experience in securing, storing and charging school ICT, LapSafe Products is well-versed in managing mobile computing in the education sector. Following an increase in iPad and tablet usage in schools, LapSafe has been inundated with interesting questions regarding the best way to store, charge and synchronise iPads and tablets.

Here, industry expert and Business Development Director at LapSafe, Mark Exley, answers schools’ questions on multi-tablet chargers...

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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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After working in the animation industry for a number of years, Joe Collins decided to retrain as a teacher and in 2011, he became an IT Teacher in Homewood School and Sixth Form Centre, Kent. Several years on and Joe is now Acting Principle Teacher of ICT and Computing, with animation playing an important role in the lives of students at the school.

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“But we are training to be Key Stage 1 teachers, I don’t know why we would need to study algorithms!” As some of you may...
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St Ambrose College on the outskirts of Manchester is an ‘outstanding’ 11 – 18 Christian Brothers’ Roman Catholic boys’ grammar school. The school practices a very high standard of teaching and learning, with well-qualified teachers and a very select group of students.


Today sees the launch of Animation16, the 9th annual UK schools computer animation competition run by the School of Computer Science at The University...