In the classroom

BYOD: Is it Right for Your School? by Steve Forbes

Throughout this blog series on BYOD and 1:1 Tablet Implementation, we’ll learn about the types of BYOD scheme, the numerous benefits, the challenges of implementing these ... Read More

Are you using Microsoft Office Mix and Sway to their full potential? by Gerald Haigh

The great thing about Office 365 is that it never stands still. Because it’s cloud-based, updates, features and new applications are added, or become available, with ... Read More

Academies Opening in June 2016 by Rebecca Wren

The Department for Education didn’t release their list of open academies in June, so we thought we’d help. According to Edubase, as of 1st June 2016, there were 5,715 ... Read More

Dorchester teacher receives Inspirational Educators Award for fun new approach to learning by Becca Wren

A teacher at a Dorset school has been recognised at a prestigious awards ceremony in London for an innovative teaching method that has put her school at the forefront of ... Read More

Not all broadband connections are equal, some are more equal than others! by Lauren Champion

It’s true. The Internet continues to shape how we communicate, interact, as well as the way we teach and learn. The quality and service of an internet connection that a ... Read More

Stoke teacher receives Inspirational Educators Award for helping to transform students’ future opportunities by Becca Wren

Tracey Summer, who is Head of Computing at Watermill Special School, was awarded an Inspirational Educators Award at a ceremony hosted by The Worshipful Company of Educators ... Read More

Cost-effective access to apps and Office 365 by Simon Thompson

Loreto High School needed to give students and teachers easier access to their growing bank of online apps and resources while minimising the administrative overhead on ... Read More

Dragon’s Den at St Helen and St Katharine by Negin Niroomand

St Helen and St Katharine is the leading independent girls’ school in the UK with a proud tradition of high aspiration and academic achievement. The school is a happy place ... Read More

England v Wales - Over 10,000 viewers watched the match through RM Broadband by Becca Wren

On Thursday afternoon, whilst the majority of people in the country focused their attention on the result of the tense England vs Wales match on their screens, the focus in ... Read More

iOS9.3 educational benefits and impact by Neil Skipper, Apple Education Trainer, Senior Education Consultant

It has always been the focus of Apple that the most effective use of iOS devices is in a one to one deployment where the device is a personal learning tool and as a ... Read More

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