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Published by Ben Goodwin on 2018-09-24
Living in a Digital Society is an attempt to bring the Legal and Ethical concepts covered in KS4 courses down to KS3, whilst still keeping the course relevant to students without a direct interest in t...
Published by Julia Adamson on 2018-09-21
Julia Adamson, Director of Education shares plans around the new BCS School Curriculum and Assessment Review Committe.
Published by Shahneila Saeed on 2018-09-24
Ukie's Digital Schoolhouse powered by PlayStation, delivers its annual esports tournament to schools across the UK, which aims to engage students with careers in esports and the video games industry.
Published by Claire Davenport on 2018-06-20
The winners of the recent CAS Hub Group Awards were announced at the CAS Conference Saturday 16 June, University of Birmingham.
Published by Val Proctor on 2018-09-24
Calling all teachers! Do you want to inspire your pupils to become interested in engineering as a career? If so, then read on and get involved in the first Tomorrow's Engineers Big Assesmbly
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