latest news from JEM NE

Online Safety Session At Hardwick Hall

We’ve just delivered a session on Online Safety at Hardwick Hall.  It was great to talk to new people. The session focused on new Online Safety developments, including the recently published “Growing Up Digital”, the report by the Children’s... read more

Not Able To Travel to BETT?

If you won’t be able to get to BETT this year, there is a new opportunity being held in the North East.  This new and exciting development offers a great opportunity to develop and enhance your school’s IT. The event will be held at Hardwick Hall in... read more

Assessing Attainment and Tracking Progress

Is your school struggling to assess attainment and track progress in computing?  Does your IT Co-ordinator worry about helping teachers assess computing attainment? JEM’s Assessment Materials have been well received and are being well used by schools. When... read more

Children Fending For Themselves Online

The Children’s Commissioner, Anne Longfield has said that children are ill prepared to use the internet and have to fend for themselves when using social media.  Read the BBC’s report by clicking here.  Children Fending for Themselves . JEM has a range of... read more

Protecting Personal and Professional Reputations

Last week, at a twilight session in Sunderland, JEM worked with staff from Dame Dorothy Primary School, Springwell Village Primary School and St John Boste Primary School.  We considered the online risks which can affect the personal or professional reputations of... read more

Computing Hour At The Dryden Centre, Gateshead

JEM is holding a Computing Hour session at The Dryden Centre, Gateshead on Wednesday November 2nd at 4.00pm. As many of the education professional associations say that they spend much of their time representing members who have breached schools’ Acceptable Use... read more
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