Subscribe to our free fortnightly newsletter and stay ahead with the latest news in edtech

Secondary

The problem with technology

Back in the day, you mentioned the word 'technology' and much of the education world would cla...

Consultancy engineers new Studio School

Henderson Green is playing a key role in the development of the new Studio School on the Isle ...

Full steam ahead for Future Tech

Official ground-breaking marks start of work on Future Tech Studio, Warrington’s first studi...

A new computer age

A major new investment in computer teaching has now taken a school to the forefront of interac...

Virgin gives pupils voice in ed tech

Children in 20,000 UK schools are being invited by Sir Richard Branson to share how technology...

UCAS improves clearing process

UCAS, has improved the clearing process for students applying for HE places with HP Performanc...

3D printing for Watford Grammar School

Following the UK Government's commitment to introduce 3D printing into the school curriculum, ...

No more playing hide and seek with video

Panopto has just introduced the most comprehensive way to search inside video content availabl...

Casio launches first Ultra Short Projector

Industry leaders in lamp-free projection, Casio is bringing highly anticipated UST model to jo...

A cloud on the horizon?

Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts, is constantly developing cloud technology r...

Next generation Brunels at Bristol Uni

Talented Bristol pupils explored the worlds of science as part of a special programme to inspi...

The BYOD Club

Being England's oldest Catholic school doesn't stop St Edmund's College from being forward thi...

Leeds College of Art revamps website

Leeds College of Art has unveiled a new brand refresh and website which aims to help inspire t...

Don'™t tempt me!

Pupils preparing for exams should treat social media as a useful revision aid rather than a ti...

School prepares for Computing curriculum

New Mills School overhauls its IT infrastructure developing its students digital skills and pr...

One hundred hours of coding for schools

Leading UK educational games studio, Kuato, has pledged ‘100 Hours of Code’ sessions to sc...

IT skills as vital as the 'three Rs'

Chancellor and Education Secretary launch new campaign, Year of Code, to drive millions more t...

New solution to chart children's ability

A new launch from MyCognition is set to accurately measure and enhance cognitive ability in sc...

Schools €'shun Ofsted IT guidelines'€™

Casio research finds conflicting classroom priorities and Government budget cuts place increas...

Flipped learning: From cynic to believer

Penny Humm, a physics teacher at Bellerbys College Cambridge, puts flipped learning to the tes...

Balfour'€™s SEN School wins award

Balfour Beatty has won a prestigious award for creating the best new school building in the UK...

Thousands of computers '€œineffective'

According to latest data from BESA, computers purchased by primary and secondary schools have ...

Transforming assessment

Visitors to stand D100 at Bett 2014 will see how Frog'€™s ground-breaking technology will tran...

Christmas comes early for MOOC fans

The first MOOC for Computing in schools goes from strength to strength with the addition of br...

Teenage Clicks

A survey of more than 1,000 UK 13-17-year-olds points to a future workforce that is 'digital f...

Going Dutch

Implementing the use of tablets in schools is a growing global trend, with the Netherlands out...

Lights... Camera... Classroom!

FILMCLUB is a charity dedicated to bringing the wonder of cinema into schools - delivering a w...

Down to the wire

This is the Wireless Generation. Today's students depend on Wi-Fi connectivity for almost ever...

Learning to embrace edtech

Canvas VLE's Sam Blyth looks at some of the factors holding schools back from embracing edtech...