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Gaia Primary Computing Package Transforms Learning at Reginald Mitchell Primary School

In 2018, Reginald Mitchell Primary School in Stoke on Trent embarked on their primary computing adventure with Gaia Technologies as their guide. Using the Gaia Primary Computing Framework together with face to face and remote support from a Gaia Education Technologist they transformed not only their computing curriculum but their wider use of technology across the school. The school felt that the use of technology, and the computing curriculum, needed an overhaul.  “As a school we identified that the children weren’t getting the best computing curriculum that we could offer them.” reflects Computing Leader Sarah Else.  “We’d got an ICT suite that wasn’t being used, we’d got staff that felt that their skills needed updating and we were crying out fo...

Five Challenge Partners Schools Win Primary Computing Framework

Gaia is delighted to announce the winners of the Primary Computing Framework competition. 

New Interactive Panels at Springwell Junior School

Springwell Junior School in Hounslow is a member of the Cranford Group of schools, a cluster of primary schools working closely with Cranford Community College.

GDPR – Are you ready?

Data Protection law is changing on 25 May 2018 and organisations need to be ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). 

Social media guide for teachers and support staff

Childnet has produced a short information booklet aimed at teachers and support staff in schools. It outlines how best to use social media services in both a professional and a personal capacity.

Gaia Primary Computing Framework shortlisted for BETT Award 2018

The Gaia Primary Computing Framework has been chosen to progress to the finals of the BETT Awards 2018. Recognised as the ultimate showcase for the exceptional and the innovative, winning a Bett Award is without doubt the industry’s highest accolade. A statement on the BETT Awards website says

Ysgol Hiraddug – Stop Motion Project

In May 2017, Gaia Technologies ran a stop motion animation project with pupils at Ysgol Hiraddug, in Denbighshire. This is one of the multi-disciplinary projects featured in Gaia’s Primary Computing Framework.

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