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When parents and carers get involved in their children's education at home it can help them to achieve more
A new eight-part series following Elm Park Primary School and its quest to become an ICT Centre of Excellence.
There are loads of ways in which you can show your support for Next Generation Learning. Tell us who you are, find out what others like you are doing and get inspired.
Finding your way through the wealth of material on the internet is daunting. Before you start why not take a look at our useful Here's How guides on, for example, using information found online responsibly and smart searching.
Here are some online games and sites you can use to have fun at home with your child, whatever their age.
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The Big Calculator can be downloaded for free from Sensory Software International Ltd who specialise in software to help disabled users do things that others take for granted.
Baa Baa Black Sheep on the CBeebies website has been specifically created by the BBC and parent-led charity, TreeHouse, for children on the autism spectrum.
Use this handy search tool to locate resources for you to enjoy with your child.
Some simple things you can do to help children learn how to surf safely and feel confident about learning online.
We've picked a few useful online resources to help your child get ahead
Next Generation Learning Charter is a simple way for your child's school to publicly show its commitment towards best use of technology for learning.
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