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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 know, I am occasionally a Visiting Lecturer at a nearby...

In an education landscape where mobile devices are becoming ever more common, the need for reliable, secure charging and storage solutions has become more prevalent. LapSafe, the market leaders in managing secure storage and charging...

Petra’s Planet Share has just launched a new interactive online magazine for children, free to any schools that signs up for a trial of the innovative online platform for schools. The magazine delivers high quality,...

The eSafety charity, Childnet, has launched Trust Me, a resource pack for primary and secondary schools aimed to develop pupils’ critical thinking skills while online. The free Trust Me resource which has been developed in...

Did you know Birmingham is the youngest city in Europe? According to the council website, nearly 40% of Birmingham's population is under 25. With 400 schools, plus15 universities, plus three university colleges within an...

The annual UK Schools Computer Animation Competition which is presented by The School of Computer Science at The University of Manchester is back for 2016 and sees the competition head into its 9th consecutive...
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Crick Software, the company behind the multi award-winning Clicker suite of literacy support tools, has just launched its newest product, Clicker 7; an upgrade that has been two years in the making. The bee-it...

For most children, their internet experience is happy and safe. However statistics show that one in five children aged 8 to 13 have reported seeing or experiencing something troubline in the past year. Today, February 9, is the annual...

Today, LEGO® Education announced LEGO Education WeDo 2.0, a hands-on science and computing solution designed for primary schools. The unique solution combines the LEGO® brick, classroom-friendly software and engaging projects based on National Curriculum...

Barrow Hills School in Surrey has recently been involved in trialing a pioneering game which aims to improve the awareness of the importance of e-safety, and is the first prep school in the UK...