AWARD-WINNING MUSSILA LAUNCHES IN UK WITH WORDPLAY AN INNOVATIVE READING COMPREHENSION APP

And adds to their awards taking home the International Digital Education Resource Award at BETT 2022 Hot of their win at BETT 2022, Icelandic EdTech company, Mussila, is expanding into the UK market with its award winning Mussila Music and its new ...

Bett Awards 2022 Winners Revealed

24 winners, from robots to music apps, celebrate success at the 2022 Bett Awards London, 24 March 2022 A robot that can play football, an app that connects budding musicians with real-life professional instructors for a fraction of the normal ...

Win a Virtual LTA Youth Schools Q&A for your class with US Open Champion and BBC Sports Personality of the Year – Emma Raducanu MBE

Courtesy of the LTA and its flagship LTA Youth programme, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is being offered to teachers that could see teenage sensation, Emma Raducanu MBE, appear virtually in your very own classroom for a Q&A. Questions at the ...

ONANOFF unveils StoryPhones, offering independent, screen free audio entertainment for young children

Audio is proven to benefit children’s reading skills, as well as their mental wellbeing and emotional intelligence.      StoryPhones is an independent device offering screen-free entertainment that doesn’t need to connect to any ...

UK schools top of the global classroom for embracing technology, with majority of parents supportive of remote/hybrid learning

64% of UK schools use technology in everyday teaching and learning practices 55% of parents are supportive of EdTech in the classroom and remote or hybrid learning 57% of UK schools involve students in the planning of technology use in the classroom ...

Dynabook and Encyclopaedia Britannica partner to bring trusted learning content to education devices

23 March 2022, Neuss Germany – Today, Dynabook Europe and Encyclopaedia Britannica announce a partnership to bring Encyclopaedia Britannica’s trusted ‘Britannica School’ learning content to Dynabook’s fleet of education devices. The partnership has ...

Education vacancies hit two-year high while applications tumble

    Education vacancies hit a two-year high at the end of last year, while application numbers fell. That’s according to recent research from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo).   The data, provided by the ...

Schools to benefit from bolstered cybersecurity resilience package launched in response to National Cyber Security Centre alert

“LGfL-The National Grid for Learning is set to bolster online defences for schools in response to the National Cyber Security Centre’s alert to act now following Russia’s attack on the Ukraine,” says John Jackson, CEO, whose organisation has stepped ...

Belfast Primary School Leverages NSPCC’s Speak out Stay safe Programme to Complement PDMU Curriculum

A recent independent evaluation by the NSPCC confirmed an ongoing need for Speak out Stay safe (SOSS). Whilst most primary children have a good understanding of what abusive behaviour looks like and which trusted adults they can speak to, the ...

Bad Actors Innovate, Extort and Launch 9.7M DDoS Attacks in 2021 According to the Latest NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence Report

Ransomware Gangs, DDoS-for-Hire Services, and Server Class Botnet Armies Make Attacks Easier to Launch with Greater Sophistication London – 22 March 2022 – NETSCOUT SYSTEMS, INC., (NASDAQ: NTCT) today announced findings from its bi-annual Threat ...

Schools win big by sharing their inspiring stories in national competition

Promethean awards more than £60,000 in edtech to schools   It’s an excellent start to the new year for 20 lucky schools across the UK, celebrating wins in ‘Classroom Stories’ – a national competition run by global education technology ...

Improving student engagement with active learning

Giancarlo Brotto, Global Education Advisor at SMART Technologies One of the biggest struggles teachers have faced since the start of the pandemic is ensuring they remain connected with their students. Irrespective of where lessons are held – whether ...