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More of the Bard on the BBC

BBC opens its Shakespeare archive to UK schools, colleges and universities

Safer Internet Day 2016

Primary School hosts event with Islington Council and Discovery Education

Is your print costing too much?

Reviewing your print operations in 2016? UTAX (UK) have the solutions

Research emphasizes impact of extra-curricular STEM

STEM project work leads to positive effect on students' GCSE grades and future choices, says B...

BBC to broadcast Live Lessons

Live Lessons are interactive broadcasts that allow schools to bring the curriculum to life in ...

BYOD: Stronger encryption needed

John Michael discusses the security implications of BYOD as teachers take work home and carry ...

Fujitsu boosts Education Ambassador Programme

Fujitsu announced expansion of Education Ambassador Programme with 20 new education establishm...

Coding on the go with micro:bit

At this year's Bett, Samsung and the BBC had hands-on samples of the soon-to-be-launched micro...

Apps for Good winners to launch apps on Google Play

Students develop apps from 'concept to coding to launch' in fifth Apps for Good competition

A tech boost in the natural world

Plymouth partnership uses tech to enhance children's understanding of the natural world

Bett 2016, full STEAM ahead for edtech

ET Editor Rebecca Paddick returns to the ExCel London for Bett 2016, the leading learning tech...

Wi-Fi in education: what do schools need now?

New devices and teaching styles have lead to more reliance on a good connection, says Perry Co...

First robotics curriculum launched

Robotics curriculum launched at Bett Show to inspire future engineers

Teachers: we want to choose classroom tech

TES survey highlights teacher demand for involvement in selecting tech for the classroom

Introduce computing early and watch the interest grow

Nicola Goodey says early experimentation with computing can encourage pupils to choose compute...

What can we expect at Bett?

ET editor Rebecca Paddick gets ready for this year's leading learning technology conference an...

Education sector makes further moves to combat extremism

Government announces 'co-ordinated response' to safeguarding issues in schools

New app set to boost children's reading skills

Primary school teacher and Plymouth graduate creates new app to improve children's reading ski...

Celebrate STEM at the Big Bang fair

Birmingham's NEC to celebrate the Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair, a celebration...

Safer Internet Day, play your part

Schools across the UK gear up for Safer Internet Day 2016 on 9 February

Clicker 7 is here!

Crick Software's child-friendly literacy tool, Clicker, is now in 1000's of global schools to ...

Bristol children to experience music tech programme

Education programme developed by Bristol Music Trust and Renishaw rolls out to more schools af...

BTE Academy students harness the power of robots

Students at Bristol Technology and Engineering Academy build and operate their own mini robots...

Pupils challenged to invent wearable tech of the future

Leeds Beckett launch wearables challenge to inspire next generation of entrepreneurs

Edtech in 2016: Rosetta Stone's top trends

Donavan Whyte lists five key themes in learning and development for 2016

Pupils' internet access to be restricted and monitored

Nicky Morgan unveils plan for schools to control web use to protect children from bullying and...

Are video games just child's play?

Can games-based learning be a force for good in the classroom? Alice Savage reports

The future of the VLE in academies

Craig Ring says a new virtual learning environment has benefited teachers and students

A year in edtech

Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts, was 2015 a success for edtech, and what dev...

How can digital learning improve 'character skills?'

Research from Techknowledge for Schools explores how the daily use of tech in schools can prep...

Students develop life-saving first aid app

Ormiston Sudbury Academy students invent 'First Aid Buddy' app

Bright sparks

We got a sneak peek into just a few of the new edtech tools you'll find at Bett 2016

Code Club counts down to space mission

Coding charity offers free resources to celebrate astronaut Tim Peake's ascent to the Internat...

Code breaking whizz kids from Haileybury

UK's top teenage code breakers have battled it out in the 2015 Cyber City games

The future of educational assessment?

David Hawley explains how the IB Middle Years Programme makes use of e-assessment

Virtual sets and augmented reality in learning process

Ricardo Montesa, CEO of Brainstorm Multimedia, explains how broadcast techniques can benefit e...

MATS: It(s) experience that counts

Shaun Phillips, technical director of education network specialists Calibre Secured Networks, ...

Leading digital schools head to Discovery Education event

Teachers from some of the UK's pioneering digital schools gathered at a major digital educatio...

Addressing the STEM skills gap

With growing importance on data analytics, we need to inspire more students to join the indust...

Olympic Park transformed into one-day-only tech hub

TeenTech City saw the innovators of tomorrow take part in experiments held by some of the UK's...