Until the end of January, HP are offering up £100 trade-in against the cost of new HP Chromebooks. Further details here.
TES has made its safeguarding special issue available as a free download. One to share with staff and parents.
Anonymous Apps and websites have been around for some time in various different shapes and sizes such as 4Chan, Strangermeetup, Sarahah, AskFM, Whisper and Omegle. Due to the rise of their use and the issues that they bring with them, NEN colleagues in Kent have produced a really helpful blog article on them, what they […]
Children’s Commissioner launches social media giants’ terms and conditions ‘jargon-buster’ to give kids more power in digital world. Click here for the full article and downloadable resources.
From May 25th 2018, the legislation covering the way data is protected in our country will change. The Data Protection Act 1998 will disappear and into UK law will come the General Data Protection Regulations. This half-day course, on November 9th, led by a qualified EUGDPR Practitioner will look at the new regulation, the key aspects that […]
I wrote a blog about CoSpaces recently and now it’s time to show some of the work that has been completed. Enjoy. Red Riding Hood Village Scene Parkour Mania Super City Nature
RM and ICT4C are pleased to announce their latest free CPD event for senior teachers and decision makers in primary schools, secondary schools and colleges in Hull and the surrounding areas. With constantly changing threats from cyber criminals, and the legistational changes coming from the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) from May 2018, how […]
I know this is a very popular app used and one that I use myself. However, after reading this blog, I’d be tempted to switch.
The DfE updated the requirements on what is information it is statutory to publish. This was updated November 2016, so if you haven’t checked since then, the new requirements are here. If you don’t want to go through and check yourself, you can commission a report, for £200, from here.
J2Blast, the latest addition to the J2E Toolkit has just had an update. You can now try practice papers for KS1 and KS2 maths. I could explain further, but why read when you can watch a video?