Judged to be the very best that the education sector has to offer, the winners of the annual Education Resources Awards were celebrating their achievement last night.
Friday 20 March marks the entry deadline for this year's Animation 15 competition.
Open to all UK schoolchildren aged seven to 19 years and free to enter, this year’s competition follows the success of Animation14 which saw over 1,330 entries from 183 schools across the UK. In total, 41 prizes were awarded to students who submitted entries both as individuals and in groups. To see some of last year’s winning entries, click here.
The UK's most outstanding educational resources, suppliers, educators and institutions were today accounced as finalists for the Education Resources Awards (ERAs) 2015.
In January 2015, research conducted by Computing at School and Microsoft aimed to discover how well equipped teachers felt they were to teach the computing component of the new national curriculum.
Research findings released today have shown that schools’ budgets continue to rise significantly above the level of inflation.
Schools across the country could be in with a chance of winning year’s free site licence for Petra’s Planet Share, the tablet-friendly, cloud-based platform designed to help teach children how to become digitally responsible citizens.
Expert education practitioners are being invited to share their experiences at the Education Show 2015, the leading trade event for educators worldwide.
A number of talented students chosen as winners in the national Apps for Good Awards 2014 by business leaders are set to launch their apps onto the market next week.
Schools that achieve the Naace ICT Mark are more likely to be judged ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted over those without the ICT Mark, according to a recent study conducted by Naace, the national association for those promoting learning with technology in a connected world.