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Broadclyst Community Primary School is a 200-year-old village school in the heart of a rural Devon community. It is also a Microsoft Showcase School with two Microsoft Educators (MIEEs) on its teaching team, and it has embedded technology throughout – something that has enhanced the sense of community through collaboration between teachers, children and parents.
The following is a guest post written by Gerald Haigh, looking at South Lee, an independent school in Bury St Edmunds that is well on the way to being a true serverless school. They have achieved this with supplier Tekpool and the Microsoft Azure Cloud as part of a complete IT refresh managed by ‘Think-IT’.
February 9th is Safer Internet Day; a valuable reminder of all the ways we can help ensure kids have the safest, most secure web experience possible. And if there’s one place parents have a right to expect the highest standards, it’s at school.
On Tuesday 23rd February, Microsoft will be hosting an Office 365 in Education event for students and teachers in partnership with Coretek. This guest blog comes from our education partner Coretek outlining what you can expect from the Office 365 in Education Event.
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Microsoft Partner HP, exhibited at BETT 2016. As a premier provider of technology solutions for education, HP showcased their latest education portfolio which is built for especially for schools and designed for learning. Read on to find out how they facilitate anytime anywhere learning with Office 365.
Microsoft are pleased to announce that teachers all teachers (even those who not have an Office 365 account) can now sign up for OneNote Class Notebooks for their class for free!
PowerBI represents a significant breakthrough that puts the power firmly back in the hands of the data analyst rather than the BI developer. This means that self-service BI – the end user exploring the data to find the information they need – is one giant leap nearer to the data manager or IT savvy SLT.
Nine students from England & Wales have already secured their place in the UK finals from the first qualifying round, and they will be joined by a further nine from the second qualifying round (which is still open), as well as the two top students from this year's inaugural MOS Scotland competition.