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Why pupils suffering homophobic bullying have an added hurdle by Suzanne Kyle

A guest blog from Teresa Hughes, General Manager at Securus Software and child protection consultant Last week, schools across the country marked Anti-Bullying Week with ... Read More

Nine Steps to E-Safety by Admin

As you well know, e-safety is more than a tick-box exercise. Sustained action is essential to embed e-safety into the culture and values of a school. But a checklist is a ... Read More

Why schools shouldn’t ban Facebook – RM launches free e-safety resources site for schools by Admin

When we ask schools about their ICT priorities, e-safety consistently tops the list.  Not surprising when you consider that e-safety now forms part of Ofsted’s inspection ... Read More

8 Considerations for Implementing a One-to-One Device Programme by Terry Freedman

Implementing a programme to give every student their own device is easy, right? All you have to do is raise some cash, buy a truck-load of stuff, and dish it out. Well, not ... Read More

Exploring the Mobile School by Terry Freedman

When Loxford School, Redbridge, had to shut its doors for two weeks while it moved to a brand new school building, there were no screaming headlines in the local or national ... Read More

Real e-safety is more than ticking boxes by Terry Freedman

In one of the stories about Mullah Nasrudin, an old Persian folk hero, he was looking under a street lamp for the set of keys he’d lost. Some neighbours came to ... Read More

Why move to the cloud? by Terry Freedman

There are a number of benefits of moving a school’s learning resources and infrastructure online – as long as you choose your Cloud services provider carefully. But more of ... Read More

E-Safety, what you need to know by Terry Freedman

E-safety is a big topic. It’s big in the sense of being in everyone’s minds whenever they hear “technology” and “young person” in the same sentence. And it’s big in the ... Read More

Academies update: November 2012 by Ina Zuncke

As of 1st November 2012 there are 2,456 academies open in England - 536 sponsored academies and 1,920 converted academies. In addition, another 431 schools have had their ... Read More

Academies Update: September 2012 by Ina Zuncke

The latest figures from the Department for Education reveal that as of 1st September 2012 there are 2,309 academies open in England. This represents a 10-fold increase from ... Read More

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