A new report highlights how fewer girls in England are studying computing at secondary school since the curriculum became narrower in scope.

Education is one of the most affected sectors of cyber security breaches according to data from the Information Commissioner’s Office.

Xbox has partnered with Ukie’s Digital Schoolhouse to launch a series of interactive learning experiences to help young people learn through play.

Schools, communities and homes across the capital are set to benefit from a digital network to be installed over the next five years by London Grid for Learning (LGfL) and its partner, Internet Service Provider (ISP) Community Fibre.

Handwritten exams go against how pupils learn

A teacher who helps others with technology has claimed that paper and pens should become things of the past in school exams.

BCS report reveals low uptake of Computer Science at GCSE and A Level

The Roehampton Annual Computing Education report finds evidence of a growing digital divide

A share of £170m has been made available to employers, education and training providers to establish new ‘Institutes of Technology’ (IoTs), which will specialise in delivering the higher level technical skills.

More than half (53%) of Brits now believe that learning coding in school is just as important as learning a foreign language, such as French or Spanish.

A new deal developed by the DfE and Crown Commercial Services (CCS) could help schools save thousands on new tablets, laptops or desktop devices.

Children’s commissioner Anne Longfield has called for a digital citizenship programme in every school, warning that children are being ‘left to fend for themselves in the digital world’.

Despite the government push to promote computing in schools, new research suggests girls and poorer students risk being left behind.

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has partnered with social learning provider FutureLearn to launch two free online training courses for teachers focused on computing and digital skills.

The Micro:bit Educational Foundation has been officially launched to continue the the successful deployment of the BBC micro:bit.

The Sutton Trust has launched two new programmes that are designed to improve social mobility in the digital sector.

NSPCC Cymru has called for compulsory online safety lessons to be included on the curriculum, following concerns over online grooming.