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EDT Launches Virtual STEM Education Programmes on TCS iON Digital Learning Platform

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation, has supported the Engineering Development Trust (EDT), its long-term STEM skills…

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The Missing Months – exciting lessons from lockdown.

For many schools, the missing months from Easter to the summer holidays will be a mystery in terms of what our children learned, certainly until they can run assessments in autumn. 

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Pupils at West Yorkshire academy produce video to ease coronavirus fears

Ahead of pupils returning to school in September, key worker pupils from West Yorkshire academy Thornhill Junior and Infant School have produced a short video for their fellow classmates…

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Canva for Education growth fuels $6B valuation

Canva for Education, the free design and collaboration platform for schools that launched at the start of 2020, has seen its total monthly active users increase tenfold since March, highlighting…

Pupils' winning flavour becomes brand new retailed Carb Killa® bar from Grenade ®

Pupils' winning flavour becomes brand new retailed Carb Killa® bar from Grenade®

Grenade ® is excited to announce it’s bringing a brand-new tasty limited-edition flavour to the Carb Killa® range, following the announcement of the winning entry of The National Enterprise…

Passageways

Passageways partners with The Confederation of Schools Trusts to support boards of academy trusts in England

Passageways, a leading provider of board management software solutions for boards and leadership teams has today announced it is partnering with The…

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QRoutes launches instant eligibility calculator for home to school route travel funding

QRoutes, a provider of software solutions for local authority transport planners, has launched a…

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First-ever online safety hub to prevent children from falling victim to online risk

A new online safety hub from Internet Matters, is being launched today to help children with special educational needs navigate connected technology safely. 

As part of a joint initiative…

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Record number of teens sign up to learn cyber security skills in digital summer courses

A RECORD number of tech-savvy teenagers are taking cyber security classes this summer as courses have been moved from classrooms to their laptops. 

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC…

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Youth Music fund aims to smash barriers to working in music industry

Youth Music has launched a campaign and a new £2 million

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Consistent communication is the biggest challenge of staggered school return, say teachers and school leaders

New research from Renaissance, which creates educational software tools to improve outcomes and accelerate learning, has revealed that consistent…

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Headteacher’s pride as Bradford primary children embrace changes driven by Covid-19 crisis

The executive headteacher of two Bradford primary schools has praised the resilience of her children throughout the Covid-19 crisis for the way that they have embraced the changes brought about by…

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Back to school (and nursery) from August 12

Following the announcement by Depute First Minister John Swinney on Tuesday 23 June, Aberdeenshire Council is now hoping to…

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Top tips: how to make the most of digital education platforms

Both G Suite for Education and Office 365 Education are intuitive to use and already successfully used daily by thousands of schools of all sizes across England with pupils from 4 – 18 years old…

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Teacher feedback crucial to better student performance, reveals new Cambridge International research

Teacher feedback is crutial on their work and are not receiving enough, which is having a knock-on effect on student performance, according to new research sponsored by Cambridge International.…

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Schools and parents turn to virtual tuition as children risk falling behind

Schools and parents across Britain are urgently turning to virtual tuition services to prevent pupils from falling up to a year behind in key subjects like maths.
 
It is widely…

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Call for education professionals to help with recruitment of child participants for groundbreaking language technology project

Education professionals are being urged to inform parents of children aged between four and eight to use the extra family time the pandemic has presented to participate in a groundbreaking…

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Majority of education professionals feel stressed about finding a new role in the current climate

A brand new study from the UK’s leading independent job board, CV-Library, reveals that a staggering 75% of education professionals feel stressed about…

Sophie Howe, who is calling on Welsh Government to further consider replacing the qualifications.

New GCSE qualifications must reflect our changing world

GCSEs in Wales don’t reflect the needs of society as we rebuild after the coronavirus pandemic - and leave teenagers unprepared for life, says the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales.…

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Online learning platform Firefly acquires SchoolPost to improve teacher parent communications

Firefly Learning, the leading provider of education technology for learning continuity and parental engagement, announces the acquisition of SchoolPost, a leading school-home communications tool…