ERA Awards 2016 Finalists – Primary ICT

Finalist – Education Resource Awards – ERA Primary ICT

ERA Awards 2016ERA 2016 FinalistWe are delighted to announce that for the second time this academic year we have been shortlisted for a prestigious award in education.  iCompute leads the way in providing schemes of work and innovative digital resources that support the teaching of primary computing.  The nomination for an ERA Award in Primary ICT recognises the contribution we make in education and we are especially thrilled as this is the first time our new cross-curricular computing resources will be looked at by a judging panel alongside our whole-school primary computing and iPad schemes.

Organised by Brilliant Marketing Solutions and The British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA), The Education Resources Awards (ERA) are now in their 18th successful year and are firmly established as the premier annual event to celebrate outstanding success for the suppliers and teaching professionals of the education sector throughout the UK.

The awards highlight and reward the quality and diversity of educational products, resources, services and people as well as the best educational establishments and the most dedicated members of the teaching profession. The ERA’s aims to encourage the raising of educational services & product standards throughout the industry and is recognised throughout the sector as the Accolade of excellence.

Winners will be announced on Friday 18th March 2016 at the awards ceremony at Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham and we’ll have our fingers crossed!

For further information on the ERA Awards, please visit: www.educationresourcesawards.co.uk

For a short video about iCompute for Primary Schools, visit here.

About Liane O'Kane

Liane is a Computer Scientist (BSc (Hons)), Software Engineer & author of iCompute for Primary Schools which supports schools with schemes of work for teaching computing in the EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. ERA Awards Finalist 2016-2019, BETT Awards 2014-2018. Featured on BBC Bitesize for Primary Computing and The Hour of Code (code.org)
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