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2nd May 2018
School EdTech Competition Launched Nationwide

Promethean Grant Returns for Second Year –  Global education technology provider Promethean, has announced the launch of the UK Promethean Grant 2018. Following the phenomenal success of the initiative in…

22nd Dec 2017
Bah Humbug to Bullies: How we can make Christmas the most wonderful time of the year for young people

Behind the presents, the turkey dinner and the carol singing, Christmas time can be a dreaded occasion for many young people.  As December 25th draws closer, so does the fear…

7th Dec 2017
Alternatives To School Education

Bullying is traumatic for children and going back to the scene of the abuse can be a traumatic event in itself. Parents may look to alternative opportunities for education, such…

15th Nov 2017
Digital literacy and online safety legislation

For young people today, digital engagement is generally a given. Gone are times when only a minority of households would be digitally included and able to own and operate in…

14th Nov 2017
Digital Footprints

Naturally young people are curious beings and want to explore the world around them – which now includes the vast expanse of the digital world. Whilst exploring and finding their…

13th Nov 2017
The Importance of Digital Literacy

Today’s young people are born into a world where advanced technology exists and unlike their parents and many educators, have never experienced a world without it.

2nd Nov 2017
Bullying and ‘My’ Mental Health

Mental Health is a topical subject right now with conversations taking place both on and offline. One question that keeps cropping up is ‘can bullying affect our mental health’? Of…

21st Aug 2017
Helping Your Children Confront Their Bullies

The National Health Service reported in 2009 that nearly 50% of all children and teenagers of school-going age have fallen victim to bullying. Studies also show that up to 10% of…

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