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Epsom College gets award double whammy

The college followed its Digital School of the Year title with wins in all three categories of...

One in five young people lose sleep over social media

Teenagers wake up through the night to check social media, new research finds

The importance of hands on learning in education

Alex Dalton, Managing Director of woodworking machinery specialists Daltons Wadkin, takes a lo...

Virtual Reality brings lessons to life in Kent school

Students use VR to learn across the curriculum

Free cyber security lesson plans for Computer Science

Brand new lesson plans give teachers practical ways of teaching fundamental cyber security con...

Video in education, predictions for 2017

By Jeff Rubenstein, VP at video technology company Kaltura

Making a success of learning tech in schools

By Adam Hodgess, Learning Technology Manager, Lipson Co-operative Academy, Plymouth

Digital transformation: Back to the future

For years Logicalis have studied the digital behaviours & potential impact the 'Realtime Gener...

Curriculum failing STEM careers

Survey finds teachers believe practical lessons in science and maths classes are key to encour...

Technology in the classroom: friend or foe?

Helen Jeys reflects on whether technology has made a positive change to Alderley Edge School f...

In the digital age, what place does the pen have?

The pen, they say, is mightier than the sword. But is it mightier than the keyboard?

An IT boost for school partnership

Hybrid Cloud transforms student IT experience at The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership

Bill Gates unveils Youth Grand Challenges

British Science Association and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announce new education i...

Platten Fund donation brings Raspberry Pi to Northumberland

Cutting-edge equipment will help boost students' STEM subject skills

New careers guidance tool for secondary schools

Free online tool for schools evaluates and monitors improvements in their careers education

Lock 'em up!

LocknCharge discuss the serious issue of stolen tablets in schools

Building the engineers of the future

LEGO Education offers advice on how to encourage creative young minds and how to introduce eng...

Students get a (virtual) trip of a lifetime

Pupils were able to visit rainforests, space, and even inside the human body with the technolo...

New SciTec vision for Oundle School

HRH The Duke of Gloucester has officially opened the completion of Oundle School's SciTec visi...

Without infrastructure, vision is nothing

Being as good as the rest simply isn't enough, says Andrew Howard

Truro School unveils new Computer Science facility

Computer Science is a compulsary subject for pupils in Years 7 - 9 at Truro School

Back to school in the digital age

Chris Neath says modern 'back to school' preparations are about more than a new pencil case

Back to school safe and secure

Calibre Secured Networks Ltd's Graeme Walker considers choosing an MDM solution in the light o...

Anything but a straight line

As Myddelton College opens its doors for the first time, Headmaster, Andy Howard, explains why...

GDST launches online courses with FutureLearn

Girls' Day School Trust partners with FutureLearn to offer free, online CPD courses for teache...

Edtech's sweetspot

We need to empower our teachers through technology, says Fredrik Olofsson, CEO of Sensavis

Lessons in data

Giovanni Goduti explains how to backup when it seems the odds are against you

Jisc launches e-book for FE service

Colleges making up English and maths GCSE shortfall given lifeline with free e-books

Sixth form student designs pet care app

A new pet care app is being developed by a sixth form student through the University of Northa...

Why innovation is a growth mindset

In the latest EdTech Podcast, Sophie Bailey talks to Kirsty Tonks, Principal Designate at Shir...

EdTech Podcast #23 - flipped learning and a new tech school

This week's podcast follows Sophie Bailey's visit to Shireland Collegiate Academy in the UK

Is a reboot of blended learning required?

David Bainbridge discusses the need for evolution in blended learning

Virtual reality for education: accessible for all

The Edtech Podcast looks at virtual reality and its uses for education

Female students double for GCSE Computing

The number of girls studying computing at GCSE level have more than doubled since last year

Students given a taste of engineering in Gloucestershire

Global engineering company Renishaw gave students the chance to work for them for a week in Ju...

Collaborate and listen

Put down the whiteboard markers and flip the classroom - today's pupils want to break away fro...

Coming soon to the big screen

Nicola Yeeles examines imaginative touchscreen teaching from across the education sector

Keeping Britain's future leaders interactive

Technology is a tool which should be used with set objectives in mind and not replace good old...

How the study of emojis lead to a place at Oxford

One A-level student's Extended Project Qualification gained her an A*, cementing her place on ...

Are you a leader?

Leaders have to have a strong moral purpose and clear set of cultural expectations before anyt...