Managing change as a project

14th October 2019

Royden Gothelf, director of RightICT, breaks down how to tackle a big change in technology when it inevitably comes The school is a busy place – every day is timetabled and carefully planned, and every [read more]

Girls are closing the STEM gender gap

4th October 2019

Research by Fresh Student Living has revealed that girls and woman are beginning to close the STEM gender gap According to recent findings from UCAS, women in the UK are 35% more likely to go [read more]

Don’t feed the phish

30th September 2019

Cyber-attacks pose a big threat to schools and many have already been targeted. Matt Britland, director of IT and digital strategy at Alleyn’s School in London, explains the importance of ensuring staff and students can [read more]

From the magazine: The Elements of a successful school

16th September 2019

Having opened in September 2018, Elements Primary School, in Middleton, Leeds, has taken a simple approach to edtech – avoiding ‘technology for technology’s sake’, while still maximising children’s learning journeys. Carly Wood spoke to executive [read more]

Are GDPR standards slipping already?

12th September 2019

On 25 May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect, sending many organisations into a frenzy to ensure they were dealing with sensitive data in the correct way. Mark Harper, of [read more]

Why pupils need access to STEAM

11th September 2019

Students across the country recently received their A Level results, which will shape their future plans. Education is now our first point of call when looking to upskill our younger generation for the future workforce, [read more]

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