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  • Blog Post: Free Microsoft software for charities

    I know that many schools get involved in activities with charities, and school employees are often involved in charities in their private lives. Did you know that we run a scheme that allows charities to obtain Microsoft software free? ( Well, almost free, as there is an administration charge from CTX...
  • Blog Post: Wembley Study Centre - First day of Christmas

    It's approaching Christmas, so here's the first in a list of 12 "Christmas presents" - some free software, some free resources, and details of some of the projects we sponsor in education. Earlier this month we took part in the launch of the Wembley Study Centre - A new, state-of-the-art Playing for...
  • Blog Post: e-Safety in schools - some help for you

    Becta have recommended that each school has a nominated E-Safety officer - which could mean that in staff rooms around the country, people suddenly make themselves busy when the head walks in with a letter in his hand! So, if you've got the job, or one of your colleagues has it and is looking for some...
  • Blog Post: Free software for UK charities

    I learnt this week that one thousand charities have so far benefited from free software through one of our most successful charity partnerships. The Computer Charity Trust manages a software donations program called CTX on our behalf, which enables charities, of any size, to access free licensed software...
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