Poor broadband connection in the U.K. hinders online learning, E-learning Index finds

As COVID-19 centres the role of e-learning in education, this study examines the digital infrastructure of 30 countries in the OECD to uncover those best prepared for the digital shift Internet Broadband speed in the U.K. is 67.2 ...

University of Surrey students to get free access to textbooks following landmark BibliU deal

Learning centre Images In an innovative partnership with the digital learning platform, BibliU, the University of Surrey will provide all full-time undergraduate and postgraduate taught students with free digital access to selected key course ...

Maverick AV Solutions launches Teams Platform training to educators

Woman sit at desk looking at computer screen where collage of diverse people webcam view. Indian ethnicity young woman lead video call distant chat, group of different mates using videoconference app Distributor Maverick AV Solutions and unified ...

Quarter of Teachers Have Less Time to Focus on Their Mental Health

Latest research reveals the knock-on effect of virtual learning on mental health issues In recognition of the incredible challenge ahead, a new mental health course to look after the UK’s educators has launched today and will be available for free ...

EDUCATION INVESTOR AWARDS 2020: DISCOVERY EDUCATION ANNOUNCED AS GRAND PRIX FINALIST

Digital learning provider shortlisted for ‘Ed Tech Firm of the Year’ industry prize Discovery Education, the global leader in curriculum-aligned digital resources and professional learning for primary and secondary schools, has been announced as a ...

TOP SPEAKING LINE-UP CONFIRMED FOR INAUGURAL EDTECH SUMMIT

An impressive line-up of speakers has been finalised ahead of the inaugural EdTech Summit, which will be taking place online on the 18th and 19th November. The event will be run alongside the bi-annual Schools & Academies Show ...

A world first in Cambridge: IB special autism school to open in 2021

The Cavendish School, the world’s first International Baccalaureate (IB) special autism school is set to open on the outskirts of Cambridge in Autumn 2021. Based in Impington, The Cavendish School will also be Cambridgeshire’s first state maintained ...

Covid-19 and the classroom: what has been the impact on NQTs/trainees?

Last month the Education Support charity published a new report on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the mental health and wellbeing of education staff which revealed “a profession feeling unsupported and unappreciated”. The ...

BRIDGING THE EDUCATION GAP NEW ‘CONNECTED EDUCATION’ PILOT LAUNCHES IN NEWBURY SCHOOL

Vodafone launches Connected Education: a suite of digital tools and services including tablet devices, connectivity and security.Includes mobile Wi-Fi to boost school connectivity and specialist training to help teachers with digital ...

Danone’s Eat Like a Champ programme launches updated healthy, sustainable lifestyle resources for primary school pupils

Danone has revitalised it’s popular Eat Like a Champ resources, placing sustainability at the heart of the free, evidence-based healthy eating education programme. Since it’s launch in 2010, the programme has already reached over half a million ...

Quarter of Teachers Have Less Time to Focus on Their Mental Health

Latest research reveals the knock-on effect of virtual learning on mental health issues In recognition of the incredible challenge ahead, a new mental health course to look after the UK’s educators has launched today and will be available for free ...

Education world putting more focus on planning compared to six months ago reveals Plandisc

A 32% increase in downloads in the last four weeks is a tangible indicator that planning is back at the top of the agenda according to Plandisc, the world’s first ...