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10 Science Resources for your Interactive Whiteboard by Danny Nicholson

There are many ways an interactive whiteboard can be used to support science teaching. Your whiteboard allows you to run simulations, play videos and demonstrate practical ... Read More

Using Visualisers for Assessment by Terry Freedman

Assessment no longer needs to involve keeping the kids in silence for three hours. Well, not all the time anyway! Terry Freedman explores how visualisers could be used ... Read More

Using an Interactive Whiteboard for Assessment by Terry Freedman

Interactive Whiteboards are just glorified whiteboards, right? Wrong! Terry Freedman considers a few tools which make them great for assessing what pupils know. After ... Read More

‘Big up’ the New iPad Mini! by Admin

Great things come in small sizes … Or “the best things come in small packages” or whatever the expression is! Well finally the wait was over to find out about the new iPad ... Read More

Downlands School loves iPad... by RM Education

Background to the school Downlands Community School, located on Royal Signals Camp in Blandford, Dorset, is a Primary school catering for children aged 4-11. The school is ... Read More

Philippa Forrester on helping kids with maths when yours is useless! by Suzanne Kyle

RM At Home brand ambassador, TV presenter and mum of three, Philippa Forrester “Mum, what shall we do?” Every day…. "Mum, can you help me with my homework?”… I ... Read More

Apple at Oakmeadow Primary School by RM Education

When Oakmeadow Church of England Primary and Nursery School in Shrewsbury decided to buy a selection of Apple equipment for use in school, it chose RM Education to provide ... Read More

Sifteo Cubes cause a stir in the classroom by Suzanne Kyle

A guest blog by Kristian Still, Assistant Head Teacher at Hamble Community Sports College I have been waiting near on three years to get my hands on a set of Sifteo Cubes. ... Read More

New coloured screen cover makes Kindle accessible to the visually impaired by Suzanne Kyle

Many dyslexic and most visually impaired people will be reading impaired, which means they find it difficult to focus on and track text.  Leading provider of technology for ... Read More

Increasing confidence and self-esteem at The Learning Zone @ Wembley Stadium by Admin

There are many, many examples of how technology is helping engage and inspire young people in schools today. Some of the best we profile on the UK Schools blog, via our ICT ... Read More

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