Worried about student exams? Find out what COVID-19 means for GCSEs, A-levels, and more
We have experienced and spring and summer term this year unlike any other, resulting in the key A Level, BTec and GCSE exams being cancelled and grades awarded in an unprecedented way. Here we explore the impact of this on the education of our children.
Ofsted inspections to focus on blended learning & remote education
It’s been announced that Ofsted will not begin ‘proper’ inspections until January 2021, but from September will instead have conversations around the ‘blend of classroom teaching and remote education’. How will schools respond and students benefit from this approach?
Characteristics of effective learning
From how children learn to how you as teachers can use the characteristics of effective learning to best effect in the classroom.
Top 10 reasons why online education software is effective for Key Stage 2
From improving digital literacy, to being able to adapt to different learning styles and ensuring learning is accessible to all, here's our listicle of all that's positive about online education software for KS2
New to online learning? Our complete guide for educational institutions
Distance learning is nothing new, but online teaching and learning for many schools and educational institutions, who normally rely on traditional classroom teaching, isn’t something that comes naturally for all.
Do your EdTech solutions fit the bill for your school?
And will they satisfy Ofsted’s focus next term?
How to successfully plan for the new school year - after lockdown
Planning for the new 'normal' has been something teachers have been thinking about since March, but what does 'successful' look like in the current climate? Read on to hear our suggestions.
How to maintain student well-being during a pandemic
Whether you're a teacher or a parent, there are ways you can create a positive well-being environment for children, which is always important but especially relevant now. Read on for our top tips.
Now is the ideal time for social learning platforms to come into their own
Social learning platforms use intuitive design matched with a social platform’s familiarity, connectedness and ease of use to facilitate a delivery medium that’s more relevant than ever before.