Subscribe to our free fortnightly newsletter and stay ahead with the latest news in edtech


Benenden's 'Phone Fast' to become regular event

Pupils said they felt liberated by being separated from their phones and social media

Discovery Education to host day of digital storytelling

Discovery Education will host the 'Day of Discovery' on 18th April to mark the start of Nation...

Information management: Are you investing where it counts?

Many schools aren't making the most of their management information system, says WCBS CCO, Ian...

Have you had your daily huddle?

Huddle rooms - or huddle zones or huddle spaces as they're also known - are a significant phen...

How schools can future-proof their IT spend

Avoid the temptation to spend money replacing old computers, says Crucial's Senior Product Man...

Tips for managing iPads in the classroom

As many teachers know, mobile devices are a staple in the modern classroom. One device, howeve...

Best practice application control, blocking doesn't conquer

We live in a world where young people and children are digital natives

Discovery Education helps schools to digitise lessons

Discovery Education's 'Spotlight on Strategies Challenge' aims to help schools make every less...

How tech can help schools address funding constraints

Schools should open their facilities for hire by the community, says Chris Smith of Kajima Par...

Take the VEX IQ Challenge

Chris Calver explains why schools should take STEM to the next level by participating in a rob...

ConquerComputing launched at Education Show

Online tuition service launched to help teach computing at primary school level

Future demand for social skills will be big, says new report

Report says kids must learn to think like a human in an increasingly digital world

Online tutoring: effective, convenient and fun  

Simply Learning Tuition founder Nathaniel McCullagh looks at the advantages of online tutoring...

Unit4 Business World saves two Essex colleges £80,000

In its first year Essex Shared Services saves two Essex colleges £80,000 with Unit4 Business W...

Shakespeare Week 2017 goes digital

Mission Shakespeare will help children explore Shakespeare digitally this Shakespeare Week, 20...

Digital leaders in the primary school

Working as one of Microsoft's UK Teacher Ambassadors, Natalie Burgess has seen what makes scho...

Paving the way for next gen coders

Bett 2017 saw the launch of exciting new project KYOCodes, a competition to help discover the ...

Bredon Hill Academy wins BP Ultimate STEM Challenge

Three pupils won the national STEM competition with their design for a remote-controlled surve...

Why budget cuts don't need to spell the end of edtech

By Janice Prandstatter, Teaching and Learning Consultant, Promethean

21 schools scoop digital award

Scotland leads the way in digital teaching and learning as first 'Digital Schools' named

FutureLearn and AACTE join forces on global project

AACTE will be FutureLearn's first member association partner in the US

Teachers and AI not mutually exclusive

ET talks to Matthew Glotzbach, CEO of Quizlet about the future of AI, machine learning and how...

Why aren't more girls in the UK studying STEM subjects?

Microsoft research pinpoints when and how to engage more young British women in science and te...

Secure your network or face the consequences 

Security legislation, compliance and cyber-threats make it increasingly important for schools ...

Back to reality

Gregg Davies, Headmaster of Shiplake College, explains the positive impact of a mobile phone b...

Women in tech say some were discouraged in career choice

The Maynard scoops two prestigious UK awards

The all-girls' school is Edurank's best independent school for social media marketing

TES Education Hub: Smart working for school leaders

How to digitally transform your school processes

Student duo develop handy revision website

Two A-level students have created Exambrain, a searchable past paper revision site

School introduces 'phone fast' to reduce reliance on tech

Pupils at Benenden School will not be able to use their phones onsite for three days in March

49% of British kids scared to use the Internet

We need to help rebuild children's confidence in the Internet, says Kaspersky Lab

London Business School hosts app contest for schools

50 year 10 pupils competed at London Business School's Marylebone Campus in a Dragon's Den-sty...

Altogether now

Collaborative learning requires synchronised learning spaces, writes Simon Fry

Supporting SEN with edtech

Ben Behrens rounds up the latest edtech for children with Special Educational Needs

Balance of opinion

Is it possible to invest in technology while balancing budgets? Steve Wright asks a panel of e...


DigiBox took to the floor at this year's BETT show to demonstrate the latest innovations

Oxford's Rye St Antony School teach pupils online safety

Children and adults are learning how to be safer online this years Safer Internet Day

Schools hit by ransomwares demands

Schools Broadband warn about potential ransomware methods and advises what to do if your schoo...

Preparing for the Internet of Everything

The IoE has the potential to revolutionise schools, reshaping e-Learning delivery, says Steve ...

Edtech is an enabler of change

Technology is an enabler of change, yet schools, colleges and universities have differing prio...