Remote Support Packages

tabletacademyukArticle, Computing, Consultancy, Free, G Suite, General, Google, Microsoft, Microsoft 365, News, Office 365

In addition to our free courses we have recently released,  we have also launched our new remote support packages for schools and colleges looking for more bespoke support. These including consultancy and remote teacher training sessions, all designed to help you adapt to delivering remote teaching and learning during the current school closures. Visit: We’ve even included a road map … Read More

Support for Remote Teaching and Learning

tabletacademyukArticle, Computing, Consultancy, Free, G Suite, General, Google, Microsoft, Microsoft 365, News

With the enforced school closures we understand many schools have had to move to cloud platforms such as Microsoft Teams or Google Classroom well in advance of their original timeline. In order to help with this, Tablet Academy had recently created free online training courses, to help support teachers delivering remote learning. We are delighted to say we have now added … Read More

Tablet Academy Supports Colleagues In Education During Coronavirus Outbreak

tabletacademyukFree, Google, Microsoft

Many governments are taking major contingency steps to curve the spread of the Coronavirus. There will be a massive impact on teachers, and learners of all ages, if governments find it necessary to close schools. Many schools are looking to use Google and Microsoft Technologies to support learners, but many may feel they lack the necessary skills to do this. … Read More

Some useful Blogs

David FullerApple, Computing, G Suite, Google, Microsoft, STEM

We are always asked about things and what we follow for both teaching and learning as well as educational technology. So here are some blogs that we would like you to check out. EdCompBlog – thoughts about educational computing from a secondary school Computing teacher. The Keyword – Google’s Blog Macrumors – A good website for Apple things … Read More

Tablet Academy at the Bett Show

David FullerEvents, Google, Microsoft, Partner, STEM

Tablet Academy enjoyed a highly successful BETT Show last week. With 16 consultants supporting the Microsoft, Google and HP stands, plus the BETT Escape Rooms being fully booked every day, it was one to remember. If you managed to book a time to experience the Escape Rooms, prizes winners for the quickest times each day will be announced later this … Read More

Where is the Tablet Academy at BETT 2020?

David FullerEvents, Google, Microsoft, Partner

Tablet Academy personnel are based on a number of stands at BETT 2020. So if you need to speak to anyone you can find us at the following: Escape Rooms – run by Tablet Academy – Stand NQ36 Microsoft – NG30 Google – SE30 HP Bus – SN30

Tablet Academy Convention – 5th March 2020 – RAF Museum, Cosford

David FullerCPD, Drones, Events, Google, Microsoft, Minecraft, STEM

Following on from the successful launch of the Convention last year, Tablet Academy are pleased to announce their second event taking place at the RAF Museum, Cosford on 5th March. We have designed this especially for busy educators who need to find out the latest possibilities for edtech to engage, motivate and raise standards in their institutions. Our convention is … Read More

Need CPD for your school? We may be able to get it funded for you.

David FullerConsultancy, CPD, Free, G Suite, Google, Microsoft 365, Minecraft, Office 365, STEM

At Tablet Academy we work with a large number of companies who provide funding for us to help schools. Consultancy, training, student workshops and even complete transformation programmes can be included in these offers, and often at no cost to the school whatsoever. Both Google and Microsoft have comprehensive offers for schools who are either considering moving their products, or … Read More

Google News: A new way for students to turn in their work

David FullerG Suite, Google

Graham Bowman has some recent news about G-Suite. Originality reports (currently in beta) allow students to check their work doesn’t include any accidentally uncited work. Also, teachers can check submitted assignments for sections of text that are found online but haven’t been cited correctly. This is useful in helping prevent students from submitting plagiarised work.  You can sign up for … Read More