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Virgin gives pupils voice in ed tech

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

New school reaps benefits of 3Sys

Kingsley School supports range of different pupil needs with up-to-date, detailed information,...

Schools trial new PTA technology

PTAsocial, a parent and teacher networking service, recently launched and already has 200 scho...

3D printing for Watford Grammar School

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

Casio launches first Ultra Short Projector

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

Getting the right balance

MIS upgrade chosen for balance of effective and modern system at Cranford House School in Oxfo...

Phreaking - don't be a victim

What is phreaking? And what precautions can your school take to protect themselves from fallin...

Just what the doc ordered

Simon Fry puts the Ipevo VZ-1 HD VGA/USB Dual Mode Document Camera through its paces

BullGuard backs anti-bullying campaign

Anti-bullying charity to host virtual march to raise awareness of the problems caused by real-...

Call for educators to be '€˜wireless-fit'

A survey by Icomms Technologies reveals only 52% of educators believe their wireless network i...

The BYOD Club

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

Managing an online environment

Jonathan Valentine, MD at e-safety software specialist Impero, discusses how schools can prope...

SEN kids victimised online

Children with special educational needs and disabilities speak out about cyber-bullying and co...

Top apps to help primary pupils

Laura Celada and Holly Seddon from Quibly run through 10 of the best learning apps for KS1 and...

Don'™t tempt me!

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

Education sector data loss rises

Almost half of respondents to a survey at Bett 2014 admit to losing portable storage devices c...

BYOD: a nightmare waiting to happen?

A new study by Altodigital has revealed a potential IT nightmare waiting to happen as educatio...

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...

Bishop's Stortford benefits from 3Sys

How leading independent school Bishop's Stortford College has taken advantage of browser-based...

Website helps kids see wood from trees

A newly-launched website aims to develop youngsters into lifelong readers, bringing a new digi...

How secure is the data on your printer

Printers have far longer memories than you think. TA Triumph-Adler introduces new '€˜Security ...

Microsoft launches ˜first class computing

Microsoft unveils new suite of materials aimed specifically at primary school teachers getting...

Flipped learning: From cynic to believer

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

Cyberbullying a growing concern

ChildLine has said it has seen a large increase in the number of children contacting it about ...

Tech festival to inspire youngsters

Technopop London launches eight-week festival of cutting-edge science, technology, design and ...

Preventing online risks

A realistic approach to monitoring what students are up to online can be more effective in hel...

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...

Beating the online bullies

Securus Software reports on how today's technology may be leaving parents out of the loop as c...

Going Dutch

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

Spelling boost for kids via new app

Spell with Pip: An Oxford Spelling Game is a new iPad game recommended for children aged 4-8 y...

New Chromebook launch from Dell

The new Dell Chromebook 11 is billed as giving students and teachers affordable, easy access t...

All iPad want for Christmas

One million primary and secondary school children are set to receive iPads and tablets for Ch...

Sony FHZ55: world's first 3LCD projector

Sony has launched a new projection technology, the VPL-FHZ55: the company'™s first lampless ...

The 21st century primary

We'€™ve seen the future of multimedia learning. It'€™s at a primary school in Devon.

Down to the wire

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

NSPCC warns of e-safety '€˜timebomb'

The children'€™s charity has identified abuse via the internet and mobile phones as the major ...