Check out the Birmingham Grid for Learning (BGFL) - it provides lots of tips.
What does BGfL stand for?
BGfL stands for Birmingham Grid for Learning
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They will then be added to the Birmingham Grid For Learning website, where bands will be voted for by 200,000 pupils within every school around the city.
The video project, backed by Birmingham Grid for Learning and funded through the Excellence in Cities Scheme, is the first of its kind in Britain.
Our Birmingham Grid for Learning is nationally acclaimed, bringing together learning resources for children, families and teachers.
These will be added to the Birmingham Grid For Learning website, www.
In this age of technology, we hope to see the city's results reflect the national improvement in ICT with schools benefiting from increased investment in new technology and from using the new Birmingham Grid for Learning.
One aim is to make it easier for pupils to learn outside of traditional school hours, for example by using the education department's Internet service called the Birmingham Grid for Learning.
They will boast the latest computer and Information Technology equipment and each of the six 'hubs' will house up to 30 terminals connected to the Internet and the Birmingham Grid for Learning computer network.