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The technology issue of Independent Education Today is here!

Editor Lucinda Reid reveals the themes of the latest magazine, including British schools overs...

More power to you, and your students

Preview: Supporting all students to achieve their best outcomes is a key theme of this year's ...

The ethics of Big Data

Preview: Wells Cathedral School's AIConf event in May will address the impact of artificial in...

Join 60 other senior education pros at the Education Forum

Preview: The Education Forum is a unique event designed specifically for education procurement...

Schoolchildren to help worldwide learning

Edtech firm, Quizalize, has launched a competition for pupils to design a game looking to aid ...

The May issue of UB magazine is out now!

The latest edition of University Business, the money issue, is now available to view online, f...

Postcards from the edge (of space)

A message to UK leaders and influencers about the future of technology, from Karen Field, CEO ...

The Edtech Podcast: Ian Dunn

#111 - The Deputy Vice Chancellor for Student Experience at Coventry University talks online l...

New Global STEM Award launched across UK

The new award aims to connect STEM subjects in schools with their real-world career applicatio...

NEW ISSUE: ET April/May out now!

From pencil and paper to stylus and tablet, how have upgrades in edtech affected teaching and ...

The Academies Show returns for 2018

Preview: Now in its eighth year, The Academies Show is the leading education event for all sch...

Shortlist revealed in Raspberry Pi's coding comp for schools

The nine teams of school children will be presenting their inventions to expert judges later t...

New challenge encourages kids to reduce food waste with tech

Ocado and Little Inventors have launched the challenge with the mission of fighting household ...

KS4 Royal Navy Engineering Challenge winners announced

The winning team from UTC Swindon proved their skill and teamwork ability during the national ...

The Edtech Podcast: Data for teachers

#109 - How teachers can make data analysis work for them

Digital awards entry deadline extended

The 20th annual Big Chip Awards is extending its entry deadline, giving tech companies and stu...

Inspiring female engineers in Sheffield

The University of Sheffield runs event to inspire the next generation of women in engineering

Tomorrow's cyber defenders battle it out at Inter-ACE

The Edinburgh team won the competition supported by GCHQ and aimed at inspiring graduates to p...

St Luke's in Formby win TSB science competition

KS2 students become space explorers in a session with TSB's CEO and space scientist Dr Maggie ...

Young Imagineers winner's idea brought to life

Finlay Minter's hover wheelchair was unveiled at the Science Museum, marking the culmination o...

Talis Insight Europe 2018 returns in May

The fourth staging of the conference will explore the impact of technology on teaching and lea...

Keeping UK feminism alive for a digital generation

A century since some UK women first got the vote, there's a problem in keeping the history of ...

Walton Priory School wins Ultimate STEM Challenge

The BP Ultimate STEM Challenge was held at the Science Musuem and the theme was on designing f...

Survey reveals mixed opinions on science in UK

Mixed messages could discourage future generation of UK young scientists

Royal visit puts spotlight on STEM

HRH Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit Millennium Point, Birmingham, to look at how we can a...

Safeguarding, big data and student protection webinar

Everything your IT team needs to know about big data & student safeguarding

The April issue of Independent Education Today is here!

This month we are talking about all things catering, including 2018 food trends and independen...

Winners of tech-for-good awards announced

Contribution of Edtech recognised at the annual DigitalAgenda Impact Awards

Ten teams compete in the final of CyberCenturion

The initiative from Cyber Security Challenge UK saw ten qualifying teams challenged by fiction...

Civica launches new programme to spark student innovation

CodeIT invites students to explore how emerging technologies can help transform public service...

Launch of the Edtech 50 highlights sector leaders

The awards recognise effective and impactful use of edtech in the UK, along with individuals w...

Schools compete at the home of the UK's first eSports degree

Staffordshire University will host the competition as one of the UK's leading providers of com...

The latest issue of UB magazine is out now!

The April edition of University Business, the estates issue, is now available to view online, ...

Deadline for Thank a Teacher campaign nears

March 9 is the deadline for entries to celebrate the nation's classroom heroes

Young engineers crowned UK's FIRST LEGO League champions

The team will now go on to compete for the international title in Detroit in April

Finalists announced for Ultimate STEM Challenge

The competition for 11-14-year-olds hosted by BP has announced twelve finalist teams from UK s...

FDM everywoman in Technology Awards winners announced

The prestigious awards were celebrated during a ceremony at the London Hilton on February 8

Film competition about online safety launched by Childnet

The charity has launched the competition, entitled 'Connect with Respect' to encourage young p...

UCISA18 Leadership Conference

Peter Tinson, UCISA Executive Director, gives us a preview of what will be on offer at UCISA18...

AI: huge existential threat, or super assistant?

Sponsored: Wells Cathedral School's AIConf will investigate the impact of AI on education, and...