Posted: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 11:30
Today marks the official start of Nathan Clark's apprenticeship and we're delighted to welcome him into the Cuttlefish family. Having built several sites, apps and other techy goodies already, Nathan is fast building up a fine 'geek pedigree' and we're looking forward to working with him and sharing our expertise over the coming year. Alongside his formal higher education at Loughborough College he'll be getting stuck in to lots of projects in the coming year so if you haven't spoken to him already we're sure you will soon. Ladies and gentlemen, please raise your mugs of tea, I give you Mr Nathan Clark!
Posted: Fri, 27 May 2011 12:08
Every year it seems that all we hear is "exams are getting easier" - not so according to getrevising.co.uk - the site had 5 million page views and over 670,000 unique visitors this month - the highest ever figures and a real testament not only to the site's usefulness but to the students working hard for their GCSEs and A-Levels. Good luck to everyone taking exams this Summer from the Cuttlefish team :)
Posted: Mon, 16 Nov 2009 15:02
Cuttlefish developed the Get Revising educational site in conjunction with Connect Publications, so we're very pleased to hear that it is on the final shortlist for the BETT Awards 2010 in the category "Tools for Learning and Teaching".
The BETT Awards is an annual scheme that highlights exemplar digital products intended for the education marketplace. The BETT Awards is produced by Emap Connect, the organisers of the largest educational technology show in the world – BETT. The BETT Awards is made possible by working in association with Becta, the Government's lead agency for ICT in education, and BESA, the trade association representing the educational supply industry.
We would like to wish all the best to our friends at Get Revising, good luck!
Find out more at http://www.bettawards.com/
Posted: Tue, 07 Jul 2009 13:02
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We believe that all websites can be made accessible, yours as well. For all websites accredited with 'See It Right' check the RNIB Accessible Website Directory.