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Is careers technology keeping up with young people?

There are many careers that people do not know even exist, so how would they know how to searc...

Code Club launches teacher recruitment drive

Teacher volunteer recruitment campaign aims to increase the number of teachers involved with l...

UK business must work harder with schools to boost STEM

Building stronger links with teachers will help UK businesses support growth in STEM subjects ...

Securing the future of STEM

UK based lecturer is leading the way in encouraging teenagers to pursue a career in STEM subje...

Bernie Ecclestone rewards F1 in Schools world champs

F1 in Schools challenges students to create their own Formula One team

Self-learning computer game helps kids revise for GCSEs

Education expert launches intelligent game 'Tassomai' to help pupils study

Gathering STEAM

Newly-opened UTC@MediaCityUK is already making waves in the north-west digital scene. Stephani...

Durlston designs the future

Our investment in design and technology is helping to prepare pupils for a rapidly changing wo...

MinecraftEdu art project connects schools around the world

The new Creatubbles Minecraft mod allows students to showcase the artwork they create offline ...

Visit to Bristol tech hub inspires Code Club

West Town Lane Academy's Code Club visit startup businesses to consider future careers

Hands-on tasks + engagement = successful maths

Jessica Clifton from LEGO Education discusses how we can establish an enthusiasm towards maths...

Making the most of your ICT budget

Shaun Eason explains how to get the best out of your technology investment when budgets are ti...

Calling on next generation to safeguard energy

Dr Stephen Breslin, chief executive of Glasgow Science Centre, reflects on the need for contin...

Teachers spend whole day on marking

Teachers in the UK are spending the equivalent of a whole day every week on marking and report...

Call for end to 'exam factory' schools

Institute of Directors launch action plan for education in the age of technology and robotics ...

Digimap hits 1K milestone

The Digimap for Schools service has reached a new milestone with 1,000 secondary schools now s...

Overcoming the edtech obstacles

Purchasing and implementing new educational technology can be more of a hurdle than it seems, ...

FE leading the way in EdTech

The trailblazers - further education colleges leading the way in technology adoption

One hacker in every classroom

National survey reveals digitally literate teens able to code and hack

Benenden's internet equipment is UK school first

Benenden School is the first in the country to have its own high-speed fibre broadband exchang...

Age of machines

From exploring the universe to picking up dog poo - what 11 year-olds say robots will be doing...

Bluetooth-powered tech transforming classroom learning

Mary Immaculate shares international best practice in digital competency with cutting edge Bea...

Codebug crown awarded for wearable tech

The winners of a schools' wearable technology challenge announced at Leeds Beckett University ...

The evolution of language revision

Secondary school languages teacher Cyprien Marie discusses how GCSE students can revise langua...

South Wales celebrates Pi-less football match

Barry school and Cardiff City players celebrate Welsh links to Pi with Pi-less football match

Toot Hill School wins BP Ultimate STEM Challenge

Three young scientists from Nottinghamshire win competition with design for energy efficient w...

The 'intelligent flat'

Essex UTC launches tech facility that replicates a future home environment

Siemens teams up with GSA to get girls into STEM

Education programme from Siemens and GSA to inspire girls to study more STEM subjects and tack...

Future schools have IT at their heart

More and more of our classrooms are being wired for wireless learning success

The collaborative classroom of the future

Mobile tech in the classroom encourages students to develop communication, critical thinking, ...

Royal Hospital School becomes Apple-approved centre

Suffolk school to benefit from training and support thanks to new Apple Regional Training Cent...

The success of collaborative classrooms lies in the cloud

Neil Watkins, managing director at Think IT, offers his advice on using technology effectively...

Poor Wi-Fi hindering student prospects

Over half of IT managers in schools believe poor Wi-Fi access is negatively impacting student ...

Taking IT woes away from secondary school teachers

It's not too late to include 'getting control of your school's IT system' as one of your New Y...

F1 in Schools launch STEM video tutorials

F1 in Schools Learning Channel targets responsive learning with bespoke video tutorials platfo...

Scissor Sisters' Ana Matronic to front BBC Live Lesson

Scissor Sisters frontwoman Ana Matronic is set to host interactive BBC micro:bit session

Can you spot a teenage hacker?

Kaspersky Lab urges parents to question their teen's online habits

Brainstorm Multimedia launch Smart Set at BETT 2016

Brainstorm's experience at BETT 2016 was overwhelmingly positive as the company took its first...

Research emphasizes impact of extra-curricular STEM

STEM project work leads to positive effect on students' GCSE grades and future choices, says B...

Coding on the go with micro:bit

At this year's Bett, Samsung and the BBC had hands-on samples of the soon-to-be-launched micro...