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Independent schools can do things differently and save c£250k on ICT by Alan Hodgin

The following article was written for and appears in the Spring 2016 issue of ‘The Bursar’s Review’, the termly magazine sent to members of the Independent Schools’ ... Read More

4 Ideas to Try in Your Classroom by Becca Wren

Talks from our technology partners and discussion forums during our debate revealed some interesting new ways teachers are engaging their pupils and helping to equip them ... Read More

Future Trends & Emerging Technologies by Becca Wren

Future Trends & Emerging Technologies Technology is constantly changing to adapt to the needs of our classrooms. Platforms, apps, programs, tools and games are making ... Read More

Data and what you need to do with it by Lesley Smith

In the last of our series on using data to raise, monitor and prove attainment, we look at what Ofsted expects schools to be able to do with its data. As far back as 2008, ... 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

School data: where to start? by Lesley Smith

So, you’ve faced up to the fact that neither running nor hiding is going to help. In the second of our series of blogs on school data we look at where to start when getting ... Read More

Why now is the time to tackle your school data by Lesley Smith

This is the first in a series of five blog posts on how to use your school’s data to raise, monitor and prove attainment. If data isn’t high on your school’s agenda yet, ... Read More

Involving your stakeholders in creating your e safety policy by Lesley Smith

  Your e-safety policy applies to all members of your learning environment, including staff, students/pupils, volunteers, parents/carers, visitors and community users; ... Read More

Free e-safety guide for parents – a Christmas present from school! by Suzanne Kyle

Parents play a crucial role in e-safety education, but may be unsure where to start when it comes to keeping their children safe online. The bewildering world of social ... Read More

Why parents need to step up to the e-safety challenge by Suzanne Kyle

It's the final week of our e-safety series and this week we are focusing on how parents can help their children stay safe online. We are delighted to welcome back Ken ... Read More

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