This post is a follow up post to an article originally published on wired.co.uk on 13th Feb 2013. The article was titled “Primary school technology education is in a crisis” and was written by Laura Kirsop. Laura’s article focuses on poor school IT budgets and using out of date equipment. As an experienced IT Manager […]
Last week we got asked by one of our client schools to find some decent phonics apps for the iPad. The reception teacher had been downloading lots of free apps, a couple paid for but found nothing of any use. So we asked the question on Twitter, we got quite a few responses and […]
We have compiled a list of our Top 10 British educational blogs. There are some amazing educational blogs from around the globe. We have focused on British blogs purely because our readers tend to be in the UK and the content is more relevant to their lessons and the resources they need. We haven’t put […]
What is it? A couple of days ago a vulnerability was spotted which has been named “Masque Attack”. So named for it’s ability to emulate or replace legitimate apps with ones that contain malicious code. The way it works is by luring a user to download an app outside of the App Store. This could […]
When the decision is made by a school to invest in either a 1 to 1 iPad deployment or the purchase of class sets of devices, its very easy to overlook some of the technical prerequisites that you need to meet. In order to maximize the chances of the roll out being a success, you […]
The Microsoft Surface had a relatively slow uptake initially. There have since been various iterations which bring us to the latest Surface 3 Pro. We picked one up to have a play with and have now put several into some of our client schools.