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Naace Impact Awards 2011 - T+C's

The new Naace Impact awards are to recognise the impact of ICT on learning across and beyond the school curriculum. They are awarded to the practitioners who can best demonstrate the impact that technology has had on learner outcomes.
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A brief history of Naace

Naace was established in 1984 and since then, there have been some major events in the Association's history including close associations with government, increased membership and merger with other subject associations .
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The Future of Technology in our Schools: What Next?

The Future of Technology in our Schools: What Next?

Naace was delighted to partner with The Policy Exchange to consider 'The Future of Technology - What next?'

This invitation only event, on the morning of Thursday 8 September, kicked off the autumn term with a flourish as eminent speakers gathered in London to share their wisdom and engage policymakers, the press and a wider audience in a lively debate about the Future of Technology in our schools. With support from Naace Sponsoring Partners - BESA, Intel, Pearson and Wyse - Naace hopes to establish a clear rationale for ensuring that policymakers are well briefed about the value, impact and cost efficiency of technology use in schools.

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St Loys Primary School

St Loys Primary School
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Naace 3rd Millennium Hothouse - summary

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The last few weeks have seen such a buzz and hum building up to the first ever Third Millennium Hothouse, which took place in Crewe on the last two days in July. Crewe is one of those places that many pass through on a train, or even change at the station, but relatively few disembark and venture beyond the station doors, so there were lots of participants that had never been to this part of the country before. But the visit was decidedly worthwhile, with a range of workshops, masterclasses and keynotes aimed at an audience of 50 teachers who had given up 2 days of their summer holidays to find out more about the Naace ICT Curriculum Framework and the principles behind Third Millennium teaching and learning. Despite rain and dodgy wifi, none of which put a dampener on proceedings, the event was felt to be a great success by all who came along.
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Mamelodi Trust

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For several years Naace has provided support to Zakhele Primary School in Mamelodi, South Africa, through money raised at our conferences and events. The Chair of Trustees for the Mamelodi Trust was the first General Secretary of Naace, Steve Bacon.
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