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Wikis and Blogs   

Create wikis and blogs allowing students to work collaboratively and how to write for an audience. The National Association for the Teaching of English has published 18 case studies evidencing how ICT can help improve pupils understanding...

Comment On This     NATE web-site resources link    
27/02/2009
Little Sutton Primary School win the Paul Shoesmith Award!   

Congratulations go to Little Sutton Primary School who are the 2008/9 winners of the Paul Shoesmith Trophy awarded, for their hard work and commitment in embedding the effective use of ICT, through the media of Video Conferencing in school life.
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25/02/2009
Practical content agreed in new Languages, Humanities and Science Diplomas   

According to the agreed proposed content of the new 'Phase 4' Diplomas, recently published for consultation, students of the Diplomas will learn how to:

  • take part in business meetings in a foreign language after learning the basic language...
Comment On This     The press release    
16/02/2009
Over 21,000 Birmingham pupils voted for their five new MYPs   

Following the most successful UKYP Elections since 2005, Birmingham's young people have voted in their thousands for the following five new MYPs:

Lexia   (1281)
Onyx  (1275)
Hannah W (1203)
Momodou  (1201)...

Comment On This     The UKYP Elections    
16/02/2009
KS3 Chills: Splatted - Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and The Stuff of Nightmares   

It's Week SIX of the KS3 Chills Book Award and only TWO weeks to go!  Thousands of you have voted and commented and, judging by the votes, the final FOUR books will be racing neck and neck to win the hugely popular nonline...

Comment On This     KS3 Chills: vote and comment here    
05/02/2009
UKYP Online Poll is now closed: Results announced Friday evening   

The UK Youth Parliament online poll is now closed! The five candidates with the top five votes will be announced as our new Birmingham MYPs and the runners-up will be offered the opportunity to become Deputy MYPs. 

The UKYP Election results will be announced in the Council House on Friday...

Comment On This     The online poll    
05/02/2009
Yes They Did!   

The Yes We Will initiative - from its December '08 launch to its January '09 Competition and final Celebration event - has succeeded in creating both a lasting memory of a moment in history and an inspirational experience for all Birmingham...

Comment On This     Details and Shortlisted entries    
26/01/2009
Cash for working in tough schools   

Good teachers are to be offered £10,000 in extra payments to encourage them to work in England's toughest schools.

Comment On This     Find out more    
16/01/2009
Intel's Classmate to be available in the UK   

Intel's Classmate - a laptop originally designed by Intel for the developing world is being launched in the UK.

The machine can be converted from a traditional laptop to a tablet PC to allow children to write and draw more naturally. It...

Comment On This     BBC News - Intel Classmate    
15/01/2009
Number of trainee science teachers has exceeded government targets   

For the first time the Training and Development Agency for schools (TDA) has released figures to show that the number of trainee science teachers has exceeded government targets. More than 3,400 people have signed up to train and a further 230...

Comment On This     Link to TES    
15/01/2009
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