The last time I wrote this blog, I was preparing for an exciting visit to Kathmandu Valley in Nepal. The trip did not disappoint and although it was only a week long, we were able to see and experience so much!
Next week we embark on our first festival of the summer, but forget the wellies and wet wipes, we’re headed to Wellington College for the Festival of Education. From Thursday 20 June - Friday 21 June, in an event which brings together education’s most forward-thinking advocates, practitioners, policy makers and teachers, we’re delighted to be joining their prolific roster which includes the BBC, BFI Film and David Baddiel.
The highly anticipated grand finale of the Overwatch Digital Schoolhouse Esports tournament came to an explosive end yesterday at Gfinity’s London arena, as eight teams battled it out for the title of UK Esports Champions 2019.
Throughout March we’ve been fully immersed in esports; travelling across the length and breadth of the country to host our knockouts before the grand finale event on 10 April. Still, we’re not the only ones who have been busy. Behind the scenes, a whole host of people have contributed to making this tournament the biggest and best yet.
Half term is always a great chance to recharge, revitalise and review – and our very first computing week is quite a week to look back on!
Applications for Digital Schoolhouse are now open and there are a whole host of reasons why you should consider applying!
We are thrilled to announce that Digital Schoolhouse (DSH) will receive £200,000 from the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) as announced today by Creative Industries Minister Margot James at Dudley College.