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The One Editorial ICT blog brings you topical articles, created by sector experts.

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One Education provide high-quality and reliable ICT services in the education environment.

Using our extensive experience of working with schools our experts have created a blog, with the sole aim to provide you with sector specific ICT news and information.

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SIMS Annual Conference 2018

By One Education on

One Education were proud to host their second SIMS annual conference at the Etihad stadium on the 25th September 2018.

The event was well attended by schools across Manchester with the majority of delegates being headteachers and business managers.

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Spring clean your Website ready for OFSTED

By Mark Seddon on

With little notice of an impending visit, keeping your website up-to-date could save time and hassle during that all-important Ofsted visit countdown!

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Your school's data and GDPR 2018

By Mark Seddon on

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force in the UK in just over six month's time – on 25 May 2018. It will be the biggest reform of data protection laws for 20 years and brings with it a raft of changes and new obligations which will impact on all schools.

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What's new in SIMS 2017?

By Guest Writer on

Looking back over the last few upgrades, Capita have come up with some new functionality within SIMS that schools have been raving about.

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School Internet Security

By Mark Seddon on

Yet again in the news, there has been a recent ransomware hack affecting many institutions, not only in the UK but across the world. So why is this important to teachers?

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ICT Challenges for School Leaders

By Mark Seddon on

In this article we cover some of the most common challenges we come across when talking to schools and academies about ICT. When we ask schools about their ICT strategy for the next three years, there is frequently a shuffling of feet and a break in eye contact, as this is one of the jobs that hasn’t been prioritised.

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