Primary Computing Framework

Good news! The Primary Computing Framework has been updated with new and improved resources. This is now available for purchase and provided as a downloadable […]



Pupil internet survey

In preparation for Safer Internet Day on February 7th 2017 schools are being invited to take part in a pupil internet use survey.  This is […]


Brilliant updates for Book Creator

The latest update to Book Creator is now available.  The improvements include: support for sharing audio, video, image and text straight into Book Creator from other […]

Fisher Price Code-a-Pillar review

I have been trying out the Fisher Price Code-a-Pillar.  The first thing I noticed was that you need LOTS of room to play with this […]

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Dot Day Posters

International Dot Day is on 15th September.  Some great posters are now available to download, for FREE!  Even if you’re not quite ready for the […]

Join me on my Facebook page

Just to let you know that I have just set up a Facebook page to share quick news snippets and useful info with you, if […]

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Over 20 free quality apps

Chatterpix from Duck Duck Moose has been a popular app in schools now for some time.  The really good news is that the brilliant team […]

Life after levels

Summer holidays always go so quickly, it seems only a moment away when the holidays were just beginning and now they are just ending and […]


Living life online

Did you see the news report today that talked about the well-being and happiness of children, especially girls?  The report from the Children’s Society says […]

The legal implications of e-safety

The challenge of e-safety law is that it is constantly evolving and has many layers. Dr Brian Bandey and Ed Macnair discuss the implications for […]

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International Dot Day

Are you ready for International Dot Day, will you be celebrating with your pupils and celebrating their amazing creativity and individualism? I came across this […]