In support of National Careers Week, which takes place between 6-11 March, Into Film, in partnership with BFI, have produced a new resource pack called Switched On: Careers in the Screen Industry. The resource is designed specifically for Careers Advisors or anyone who helps students with their options after school.Read More →

Microsoft describe this as ‘the first step on a journey of digital transformation’ and it is designed for educators who are new to Microsoft tools in teaching and learning. Its focus is on best practice and some basics for facilitating a blended or hybrid learning environment.  Most people achieve theRead More →

Canva is a design tool that is ideal to use in education to create stunning projects, and for education establishments it is totally free. With Canva, students can access ready-to-use templates, share and review their work with others, access premium content and graphics and work together in groups and teams.Read More →

BandLab for Education is a music focused learning tool for schools that allows teachers and students to collaborate on music-based learning. This free-to-use platform features virtual and real-world instruments and is a digital audio workstation that is similar to what professional producers use when creating and mixing music. No installationRead More →

Now available for Google Meet on mobile. 3600 video backgrounds have been added to the existing library of immersive backgrounds. Users on mobile can use several new 3600 video backgrounds, including a beach and a temple. You can use your device’s gyroscope to create a dynamic experience that moves withRead More →

Adobe Creative Cloud Express replaces Spark as the ultimate way to design banners, flyers and more with ease. It is an online image creating and editing tool that works across computers and apps for smartphones and tablets. All work is stored in the cloud, so you can work between devices.Read More →

Duolingo is well known as a language learning app, but it has launched a new app called Duolingo Math which comprises of thousands of five-minute lessons, all visually appealing with a gamified interface. The app, which is only available for iOS at the time of writing, aims to help studentsRead More →

This certification builds on the skills learned in Level 1 and the pedagogical knowledge gained through Level 2 (both of which are recommended but not required for the Certified Trainer qualification), combining them with the development of training and leadership skills. Topics covered during the self-paced units are: These unitsRead More →

Google Classroom is arguably the most widely used platform for online learning and communication between teachers and students. To make the platform even more functional and user-friendly, Google has now introduced in-line replies for email notifications. This means that teachers and students can easily stay on top of their communicationRead More →

Rolls-Royce Schools Prize for Science and Technology is now open. To enter you are invited to submit a Stage 1 application outlining an idea for a sustainable science, mathematics or technology project for development the next academic year.  This could be a new idea or the progression of something youRead More →