Tag: learning

Back to School

Let’s look at saving money…Over the last few months we’ve seen some schools reduce their teaching hours; many schools drastically altering the curriculum they offer; other schools have even opted to ask for donations from parents; and Justine Greening pledged an extra £1.3bn to go into education.Whilst funding per pupil has increased to £4,800 per […]

Using OneNote in Schools – some very quick uses for students

OneNote has the power to change the way you work within the classroom. Adapting resources and meeting the needs of your individual students can be a hefty challenge and require a huge number of printed resources, and OneNote can reduce this workload dramatically. We’ve put together a few ways in which students may benefit from using […]

Using OneNote in Schools – a very brief guide for staff

Moving to OneNote Now, any move and change within a school will face difficulties. Whether that’s being met by staff who believe there’s no reason to change, or general hiccups along the way. That’s not to say that change can’t be fun or really improve your procedures for the better. With a little work, and some […]

Inspire the Next Generation

In today’s world, we’re forever looking for new and creative methods to engage students in ways that promote collaborative learning and, perhaps more importantly, critical thinking skills. Often, these ways are to replace the traditional paper & pen with interactive learning using tablets and large touch screens. It’s thinking about this tendency that we’ve chosen to […]

Grafton Primary School – Clevertouch Case Study

Q&A with Stephen Hawke, Assistant Head and ICT Coordinator at Grafton Primary School, DagenhamGrafton Primary School is a large four form primary in Dagenham, a suburb of East London, with approximately 950 students between Nursery and Year 6 on the roll. Although the school is in the top percentile for deprivation the teaching and managerial […]