Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Free twilight session for your school

Contact us for more details.

An informal gathering of
teachers in a casual
setting to network and
share best practices.

Thursday 27th November
5.30pm - 9pm
The National College, Nottingham

Keynote Speaker: Jonathan Lear
Award-winning teacher, Deputy Head and
Independent Thinking associate.

Free buffet at 6.00pm, and a late bar to
purchase drinks.

For ticket requests and to sign up to
share your ideas, log on to the wiki:

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Thursday, 30 October 2014

NELC Production Services

Nottingham e-Learning Centre offers a variety of production services for your school or Academy.

Capture those magical performances for ever!

For more information and prices then please contact James Hancock & David Ellis on 0115 915 9511

Friday, 24 October 2014


ScratchJR is here!

ScratchJr is available to download for free on the iPad.  It is ideal for pupils in Key Stage 1 and early KS2 learning to program.  It’ll prepare them to move on to Scratch.

Follow ScratchJr on Twitter: #ScratchJr

Friday, 19 September 2014

Using Padlet in the classroom

Using Padlet in the classroom

Why not use Padlet to create an online board where staff and pupils can share ideas and collaborate live?  It’s easy to use and free!
At the Computing conference held at the e-LC we used Padlet to share ideas of what works well in our schools. 
We have found a great website which explains how it all works.  Have a go.

Click on the Padlet logo to visit the official website

Nottingham e-Learning Centres are part of Nottingham City Children and Families