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Revising with RM Education by Imogen Naylor-Higgs

With reports this morning from ChildLine and NSPCC suggesting that there has been a significant rise in the number of young people suffering from exam-related stress, it is ... Read More

RM Education sponsors the National Conference on School Improvement 2015 by Sanker

RM Education has announced that it is sponsoring the National Conference on School Improvement on Thursday 10th September at the QEII Centre in London. This is an important ... Read More

How do you prepare your students for the world of work? by RM Unify Administrator

It is becoming increasingly recognised that young people need to develop their employability skills, alongside qualifications, in preparation for the world of work and ... Read More

Life after levels: Is it getting any clearer? by Hugh Lorimer

There has been a lot of confusion around how schools should approach ‘Life after Levels’. But months on from the changes, there are still a lot of questions. Hugh Lorimer, ... Read More

8 steps to really successful ICT by Lesley Smith

How effective is the use of ICT in your school? How do you know? Here are some suggestions for areas that you might want to benchmark your school’s IT service against… 1. ... Read More

Take part in the National Literacy Trust’s research project studying the impact of ebooks as an educational tool by Lesley Smith

We are looking for primary and secondary schools to take part in the National Literacy Trust’s exciting new research study into the impact of ebooks on children’s and ... Read More

100 school in-depth study into impact of ebooks on students’ reading by Lesley Smith

Today the National Literacy Trust and RM Books embark on a joint study over 16 months and across 100 schools to explore the impact of ebooks on student’s reading motivation ... Read More

ITN investigates why ebooks for schools are proving to be a huge hit by Lesley Smith

Digital books and learning materials make sense on many levels. Physical books have an obvious shelf-life: they get torn, broken and defaced – and they can get out-of-date ... Read More

Using school data for tracking and monitoring progress and attainment by Lesley Smith

In the third of our blog posts on using school data for raising, monitoring and proving attainment we look at how to get your data in shape so that it can help you track and ... Read More

Education debate explores the future of ICT in teaching and learning by Lesley Smith

As a strategic partner with the Association of Colleges and School Leaders (ASCL) RM Education hosted a mini debate at BETT 2014 focused on the use of ICT in schools and ... Read More

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