All the gear, no idea

19th March 2019

Recent research reveals that just 15% of the 755 primary and secondary school teachers surveyed felt confident in using technology, and only 33% had received hands-on training in digital skills. It’s all well and good [read more]

From the magazine: Doing more with less

19th February 2019

With school budgets under increasing pressure one of the first casualties of any cost cutting, after staffing, is usually the ICT budget. Ben Whitaker, head of IT services at Bury Grammar School and co-founder of [read more]

From the magazine: Focus on the future

29th January 2019

Seaview Primary in north Belfast was named the UK school with the most ‘innovative use of technology in learning’ at the TES awards this year. Over the course of a Skype call, Marie Cahalane caught [read more]

Heading to the cloud

15th January 2019

Cloud systems have huge potential to benefit schools, but what should you consider before switching over to a cloud-based system, and are you prepared for any additional safeguarding implications? We caught up with Rick Cowell, [read more]

From the magazine; OK computer!

14th December 2018

School’s manage an abundance of data; it’s used to teach, capture progress, provide a financial overview, improve efficiencies…the list goes on. As management information systems improve, independent IT adviser Royden Gothelf says artificial intelligence will [read more]

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