School IT Blog

Should 5-year-olds Really Be Coding?

Mon 29 September, 2014

Computers evolve much more quickly than education. Computers that think for themselves are on the way, so do we really need five-year-old computer programmers?

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Ofsted: Inspecting The Computing Curriculum.

Mon 22 September, 2014

Is your school ready to be inspected by Ofsted? Here are some essential guidelines with regards to the new computing curriculum.

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Ipad App Review - Thinglink

Thu 11 September, 2014

ThingLink is a simple app that lets you add multimedia content to an image, but is it any good?

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Soft Egg Computing Curriculum Planning Formats

Thu 11 September, 2014

A computing curriculum planning format designed to save time and increase effectiveness!

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Bristol Primary Computing Network One Day Cpd Event

Wed 10 September, 2014

A free one day CPD event in Bristol preparing primary school teachers for the new computing curriculum. Sign up now!!!

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Soft Egg Primary Computing Curriculum Self Review Form

Wed 10 September, 2014

Not sure where to start with the new primary computing curriculum? Try our new self review form and get some help!

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A New Employee For A New (Computing) Curriculum.

Thu 04 September, 2014

Feeling scared and unprepared for the new computing curriculum? Find out how we can help.

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Two School Networks (Admin And Curriculum) Are No Longer Necessary

Wed 16 July, 2014

The time was when having two IT networks in a school (admin and curriculum) made complete sense. But not anymore.

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Windows Xp Support

Mon 14 July, 2014

If your school still runs Windows XP computers, read this article.

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Microsoft Education Licensing Made Simpler

Mon 14 July, 2014

Despite the long name, Microsoft Open Value Subscription Agreement for Education Solutions (also known as an OVS-ES agreement) can simplify your software buying radically.

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How Technology Partners Benefit Schools

Tue 01 July, 2014

Traditionally, schools use local IT companies to fix problems, software and equipment on an ad hoc basis when it breaks down or presents issues. But this isn't enough any more. Schools need technology partners who will help them achieve more.

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Best Practise For School Data Storage & Backups

Wed 25 June, 2014

How to keep school data safe, secure and fully backed up.

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