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The Digital Schoolhouse powered by PlayStation National Esports Tournament is in full play and whilst teams battle through their in-house heats to become reigning school champion, we’d like to take a moment to thank our tournament supporters including XMA-Viglen, Blizzard Entertainment, SEGA Europe and GAME for making this competition possible, and already inspiring hundreds of students across the UK.
It’s that time of the year again and we’re thrilled to announce that applications for joining the Digital Schoolhouse programme are now open!
This academic year, the programme confidently hit it’s 30-school milestone and in September 2018 we aim to propel this figure to new heights; expanding to further reaches of the UK and inspiring even more students in computing education. To do this, we need you.
Last week the programme hosted it's second Ingenuity Day - formally known as Lead Teacher Meeting - of the academic year. Due to the ever-expanding number of schools involved in the programme, the day was hosted in two different locations for our teachers across the UK. Namely, The Studio School Liverpool and the Ukie offices in Central London.
We are delighted to introduce our newest supporter for the Digital Schoolhouse programme, Scirra.
Founded in 2011 by brothers, Ashley and Thomas Gullen, Scirra develops and markets software which enables people who don’t know how to programme, to make video games.
Returning for a second year and with much anticipation, the Digital Schoolhouse National Esports Tournament 2018 has finally kicked off!
The much awaited Royal Society review on the state of computing education in schools was revealed last Friday. “After the Reboot: Computing Education in UK Schools” presents a comprehensive picture of the current delivery of computing and highlights just how far the UK is falling short of its targets.
Since PlayStation joined as the programme’s headline partner in 2016, enabling expansion of the programme throughout the UK, Digital Schoolhouse (DSH) has continued to grow; most recently acquiring two schools in different pockets of the UK, De La Salle College in Belfast and Millais School in Horsham.
Digital Schoolhouse is excited to announce its return for a second year, with more than 1,000 pupils across the UK expected to take part.
The tournament, the biggest of its kind in the UK, launches at the end of 2017 with regional heats and the grand final taking place in London as part of the London Games Festival.
Last week, Digital Schoolhouse (DSH) hosted its first Lead Teacher Meeting of the new academic year, bringing together our community of Digital Schoolhouse teachers to harness and grow their programme outreach and development.