Emily Blackwell explains how LapCabby have been creating storage, charging and syncing units for over 20 years to store all ICT devices.

Graham Cooper discusses how SIMS provides teachers, senior leaders and support staff with the tools to efficiently manage daily school life and drive improvement in their schools.

Amanda Duncan explains how Scribeasy can help students discover amazing ideas that are worth writing about.

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 The NAPL programme will help teachers deliver Wales’ new curriculum.

Ofqual seeks views on proposals to revise its rules about music and dance performances.

The Bett Awards are a part of Bett, the world’s leading showcase of education technology solutions taking place 23-26 January 2019 at Excel, London.

Plans to support underperforming schools announced

Schools Minister Lord Agnew has announced plans to provide extra support for underperforming schools in England.

The UK’s first National Centre for Computing Education will run by a consortium made up of STEM Learning, the British Computing Society and the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

£50m for improved SEND support in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire County Council is investing £50 million in special schools to transform SEND support for local children and young people.

£8 million initiative to boost T Levels skills

Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton has announced a new £8 million initiative to help teachers and leaders prepare for new T Levels.

Increasing safeguarding pressures highlighted in report

A new study has found a substantial increase in calls from the public and professionals worried about a child.

The second round of the Strategic College Improvement Fund (SCIF) has opened to enable colleges that need support get help from stronger colleges

Ofqual has launched a consultation on long-term arrangements for the assessment of programming skills in GCSE computer science

Education Secretary Damian Hinds has committed to only asking for pupil attainment data if a school is at risk of failure

Five hundred new or improved breakfast clubs have been established since March under a government-funded programme worth up to £26 million.

Training university students and recent graduates to give disadvantaged primary pupils small-group tuition can boost their maths results by three months

The school will provide a custodial setting for young people which is focused on education and health services, with the aim of opening in 2020.

The handbook sets out Ofqual’s general conditions of recognition and the rules it has set for all the qualifications and organisations it regulates, as well as how to comply.