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Rising Stars launches e-safety week

Leading education sector publisher, Rising Stars has announced its e-safety week, commencing 1...

E-safety: ignore at your peril

Schools need to recognise e-safety issues at an early stage and act to intervene as soon as po...

Online safety accreditation for Loughborough

One of the UK's oldest independent girls' schools has been recognised for its commitment to ke...

A game changer

As games-based learning continues to grow, are teachers still hesitant to blur the lines betwe...

What is digital literacy?

Gemma Sharland explores the responsibilities and opportunities for children surrounded by tech...

Mobile solutions for school staff

Tablet devices are used by over half of independent school staff, according to a recent Capita...

Participation equals ownership

If pupils are involved in the creation of a school's e-safety policy, they are more likely to ...

Childnet launch new e-safety programme

New peer education programme to help transform e-safety in secondary schools

DDoS Attacks: Is your school prepared?

RM Education's Mark Conrad highlights the threat and consequences of a Distributed Denial of S...

Badger software launched

Two housemasters at King Edward's Witley have used their own experiences to design software ai...

Do rather than don't

We need to give young people the opportunities to be empowered digital citizens, says Will Gar...

Greater guidance

Parents and teachers need to combine efforts to become more clued up on internet safety, says ...

Utilising Google

Teacher and blogger Gemma Sharland shares her top tips on how to make the most of Google Apps ...

Managing screen time

Parents and pupils at a Manchester school have been hearing about the risks of spending too mu...

The World Education Games are back

Pre-registration for the world's largest online educational competition is now open to schools...

Cloud for everyday education

Cloud computing is no longer a strategy, it's an everyday tool, says Nicola Yeeles

Sex, lies and teenage tapes

New report shows an increasing amount of so-called adult content is actually being produced by...

Reaping the rewards of an effective school website

Five tips on how you can ensure your school website complies with DfE and Ofsted requirements

Bullying, from the schoolyard to the smartphone

One in five teens have been subject to cyberbullying, according to new research

New Raspberry Pi project to build students' computer skills

Oracle Academy and Raspberry Pi Foundation launch global computing and science project, Weathe...

1:1 tablets schemes, the way of the future?

Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts, how can schools implement 1:1 tablet schem...

Ancient and modern

One of the UK's oldest independent schools has hosted a conference on the use of digital techn...

Safety net

Clive Turner at Groupcall examines child e-safety concerns, and explores the role parental eng...

We're in the hands of Generation Tech

The age-old excuse of 'the dog ate my homework' has been replaced by 'my computer crashed', sa...

Global gaming

Despite there being around 200 million gamers in China, 'gamification' has not yet made it int...

Samsung launches Tab 4 Education

Samsung Electronics has unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Education, a tablet built exclusivel...

Each to their own

Students can set their own personalised learning targets with a tablet, says Helen Bradford-Ke...

More teachers abused on social media

Huge rise in the number of teachers being targeted for abuse via social media in the last year...

WATCH: Teaching the computer science curriculum

OCR's Rob Leeman discusses teaching the new computer science curriculum in Codio's second 'Ask...

Consider your options

When it comes to implementing 1:1 tablet schemes in schools, there is no one-size-fits-all mod...

Is your ICT as independent as your school?

If your future depends on recruiting the best students, then you need to make sure your ICT is...

1:1 transforming education

1:1 schemes encourage schools to think independently about their technology estates, says Dale...

The rise of the e-parent

Julie Booth, head of SIMS Independent, explains how you can use technology to keep parents inf...

How to use Wi-Fi to improve the teaching experience

The right wireless network has become the most critical component to help teachers do their jo...

What tech do teachers really need?

By Freddy May, Co-founder of Codio, the cloud-based platform for teaching coding in schools

Independent learning

One device per pupil allows learning situations that, previously, wouldn't have existed, says ...

Software helps school prepare for inspection

A Bristol school is the first in the independent sector to benefit from a new web-based manage...

Going for 1:1

Mary Palmer from research charity Tablets for Schools answers some common questions about 1:1 ...

Win a classroom visualiser!

Take part in 'The Use of Technology in the Classroom' survey and you could win a classroom vis...

Computing teaching needs support

A nationwide baseline test taken by 55,000 children has identified the areas in which schools ...