Earlier this year we hosted a Governors event in London to address three key areas identified by 3 governor curators as points of concern.
On Tuesday 17th May we’ll be hosting our annual golf day fundraiser, for customers and partners, to benefit our sponsored charities for 2016 – Katharine House Hospice and Donna Louise Trust. It’s a unique opportunity to play at the beautiful Brocton Hall Golf Club with fellow-minded business people. The Golf Club is a picturesque 18-hole parkland course situated … Continued
2016 marks our 25th birthday celebrations. With a nostalgic lens, we’ve taken a trip down memory lane to look at some of our big hits over the years.
We're thrilled to announce that we've become a Gold Microsoft Authorised Education Partner (AEP), earning a level of distinction through our commitment to education.
As part of our mission to improve the education of people in the UK through technology, we’re putting together a list of EduTech game changers for 2016. We want to work with those individuals who are walking their own path, attacking the status quo and using emerging technology to do amazing things
We’re excited to launch Stone Unity, a cloud and infrastructure services solution designed specifically for Multi-Academy Trusts (MATs).
Summary Augmented reality, MakeyMakey and more gamification tools and techniques 15 minute lessons on the hour (primaries) and every day delivered by innovative teachers BETT stand exclusive talks by David Brown, Ofsted Lead for Computing and Online Safety Free Lessons-in-a-Bag for all primaries, secondaries, colleges and universities Exclusive first look at 5 new technology services … Continued
Despite growing concerns over recent years that the PC market is in decline and that tech is apparently disruptive to a student’s learning experience, we wanted to quash those rumours and let you know that tech is here to stay for the foreseeable future – especially ours!
Did you know that 81% of organisations in the UK reported a cyber-security breach in 2014? And so far this year, 40% of public sector organisations alone have reportedly been hit by a cyber-attack.
Cyber-bullying. Sexting. Grooming. Terrorism. Radicalisation. Extremism. We’ve all heard about it. In fact it’s often all over the news. And these are only some of the many areas that can lead vulnerable young adults to harm and put them at risk of victimisation. Online safety is key. It’s one of the most powerful foundations you … Continued