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Conference 2012 Sponsors

The strength of Naace as an Association is that a number of commercial companies wish to be associated with us and to work with us in partnership to make things happen.

We are proud to detail below this year's conference sponsors
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The Four Nations Maths Challenge

Link to http://www.fournationsmathschallenge.co.uk
The UK’s largest maths competition is coming! The Four Nations Maths Challenge is the official lead up event to the World Education Games 2012. Every single school in the UK is invited to take part. Join us in a celebration of numbers as children from the four nations unite in their quest to reach the top of the leader board by answering thousands of maths questions. We are looking for as many UK schools and students as possible to join this exciting maths event.
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Naace Hothouse 2013 - Speakers

Naace Hothouse speakers
Confirmed speakers for Naace Hothouse 2013
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Naace Hothouse - Summer 2013

Following the resounding success of the Naace 3rd Millennium Hothouse, we are running a similar event this Summer, with regional Hothouses taking place during the Autumn term.


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Assessment Resources

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Along with increased freedom and flexibility for their curriculum design, the 2014 English National Curriculum provides increased scope for schools to adopt an assessment system that works for them. In a world without DfE-led levels, the resources shared by our members will give teachers and schools some concrete examples as they consider their own approach to the assessment of Computing.

Some resources are freely available, whilst others are part of commercial packages. Some provide an approach which reflects the world of levels from which we are moving, whilst others provide criteria-based assessment. All have taken into careful consideration all of the Computing content in the English National Curriculum.

Choose the resources that are most appropriate for your own school and - as you would for an "off the shelf" curriculum package - adapt to meet the needs of your own school, giving due acknowledgment to those who have kindly shared their work with our community.

Files can be downloaded from the bottom of this page and links have been included to sources within the table below.

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The Compelling Case for ICT; helping schools assess and evidence the impact of ICT - 30 June 2011 - Birmingham

The compelling case for ICT.
In these challenging times we recognise that schools cannot afford to invest in anything that does not impact on their fundamental performance indicators - pupil achievement, learning, pupil numbers and school effectiveness and efficiency.

Naace is keen to empower school leaders to see clearly the impact of ICT on their KPIs and to assess how great the return on investment is from both their ICT and CPD investments.

This course had particular relevance for strategically focussed LA managers, e-learning managers, advisers, consultants, Directors of ICT in Academies, Free Schools and Federations of Schools. It was also appropriate for ICT Co-ordinators, Heads of Departments, leaders of senior management teams and others responsible for the implementation of strategic initiatives in all schools.

All delegates received a participatory certificate and will have the opportunity to enrol on the Naace ICT CPD Award upon completion of this course, to work towards further accreditation. For further details see www.naace.co.uk/cpdaward.

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Press Release: Emergent Issues & Expert Recommendations from The Future of Technology in our Schools: What Next?

On Thursday 8 September, a highly expert group (attendees listed as appendix) gathered at Policy Exchange to discuss the Future of Technology in Schools: What Next.

While both schools and students have a greater access to technology than ever before, concerns remain over whether this capacity is being used to best effect, and over the future direction of the role of technology in education. Since the election of the Coalition Government, technology has not featured prominently either in ministerial statements or in policy developments emanating from the Department of Education. Given the Government's focus on structural school reform through the Academy and Free School programmes, this is understandable, but it has fuelled fears in some quarters over a lack of clear policy direction in this area, especially given the transformative effect it can have.
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Press Release - ICT Mark Awards at Bett 2012

Press Release - ICT Mark Awards at Bett 2012
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The Minster School

The Minster School
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New Invention Infant School

New Invention Infant School
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