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5 most recommended apps that can help you to learn to program

Technology nowadays is growing constantly, this is most likely to result in new careers and opportunities for those passionate about programming. Coding is considered a major to have a major role in that world and it is a vital skill. If you have the passion to learn to code, but not quite sure how to begin or have the capability to go to school to take a course? Luckily, some ways to learn to code like a real professional is now available just by using a smartphone.

Here are the top 5 apps that can help you learn how to code:

Udacity

For programming assignment...

Exeter achieves global top 150 status in influential rankings 

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Wed, 06/09/2021 - 10:15pm

The University of Exeter has broken into the top 150 in the QS World University Rankings for the first time.

Exeter is now ranked 149th in the prestigious QS World University Rankings 2022 – a rise of 15 places compared to last year – placing it among the very best institutions worldwide.

This is the 18th year that QS has published its World University Rankings. They are based on six indicators and were compiled by considering more than 1,300 universities.

In this latest ranking, Exeter’s rank improved in four of the six indicators – academic reputation,...

Future skills at heart of new partnership between Exeter College and Exeter Chamber of Commerce

Future skills at heart of new partnership between Exeter College and Exeter Chamber of Commerce

Authored by Mary Youlden
Posted: Thu, 06/03/2021 - 11:18am

The city’s leading business organisation, Exeter Chamber, has teamed with award-winning, Ofsted Outstanding rated Exeter College in a two-year growth partnership deal. The two organisations will work together to enhance the connection between business and education in the city.

The partnership deal will focus on providing a gateway for businesses into the college, offering Chamber members enhanced access to the College’s world-leading facilities, and a route for businesses to find the next generation of talent. Exeter Chamber members will have access to discounts and services at...

Find online tutor jobs that match your skills

Authored by Ellie Green
Posted: Thu, 06/03/2021 - 6:25am

Mathematics is really the study and study of the properties of quantities and therefore the relationship between them through the utilisation of numbers, also because the discussion of structures, shapes and transformations. This data is assumed to possess originated or evolved through the abstraction and logical reasoning of basic factors like counting, counting, measuring, and studying the shapes and movements of objects.

Mathematicians examine and discuss the concepts and concepts listed above. Their purpose is to derive formulas for brand spanking new conjectures then to...

Jack Sadler Award in memory of former pupil

Jack Sadler Award in memory of former pupil

An Exeter School Sixth Former has been awarded the Jack Sadler Award for his outstanding contribution to the Combined Cadet Force contingent (CCF).

WO2 Stan Hart was presented with the brass trophy of an artillery shell case and an engraved medal by Contingent Commander Sqn Ldr Simon Smale on 7 May during a CCF awards ceremony.

The Jack Sadler award is made annually in memory of former pupil and trooper Jack Sadler who was tragically killed in Afghanistan.

Jack was a popular and respected senior member of the Army Section who was very much viewed as a soldier’s...

The New School welcomes new head into the community

The New School welcomes new head into the community

Authored by Mary Youlden
Posted: Thu, 05/27/2021 - 10:52pm

The community of The New School, an independent pre-prep for boys and girls from nursery to Year 2, is delighted to welcome Daniel Ayling, as its new head from September 2021.

Situated in a converted chapel and nestled in the village of Exminster, Devon, The New School has been part of the Exeter School family since March 2021. New head Mr Ayling is an innovative, dynamic teacher and leader, who is passionate about early years education. He was educated at Sutton Grammar School and then gained a place at Cambridge University, graduating with an MA in Education and English. He...

LiveWest donates 30 laptops to Queen Elizabeth's School in Crediton

Housing Association’s Gift to Support Digital Access for Community

Housing Association LiveWest has donated thirty laptops to Queen Elizabeth’s School in Crediton.

Rupert Poole, Principal of Queen Elizabeth’s School, said: “QE is very grateful for the generous donation of laptops from LiveWest and it will help our students immensely.

Clearly everyone has been through a challenging year, a year where the importance of developing students’ IT skills and ensuring good internet access has been highlighted.

This donation will not only ensure greater online access for our...

Ace performance from ECS pupil

Exeter Cathedral School Pupil, Sammy, who is in Year 4, represented Devon Tennis at the Under 9 County Cup Regional Group Event in Bath on Saturday 15 May.

The team of 5 boys had a busy day and played 22 matches over 5 hours against 4 other counties including 6 doubles and 16 singles matches. Sammy was selected to play in 6 matches and was the only one to be undefeated!

The Devon Boys Team had a fantastic event, beating Somerset 5-1, Avon 5-1, South Wales 5-1 and Cornwall 4-0 and finished the day as South West Regional Champions!

Sammy’s family has enjoyed...

Taylor Wimpey creates new football pitch for Exeter College

Taylor Wimpey is investing almost half a million pounds in Exeter's sporting stars of the future through the development of new facilities for Exeter College.

The housebuilder is creating a new pitch and changing rooms for the college as part of its Riverside Walk development off Wear Barton Road.

The ground was levelled last year and the pitch has now been seeded. The changing rooms are currently under construction and both should be ready for handover to the college by the summer, weather permitting.

Once open, the pitch will be available for the community to...

E-learning benefits

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Tue, 05/18/2021 - 10:05am

Recently, the system of education we are accustomed to has been rapidly changed by a new trend, E-learning. It is based on the use of computers and the Internet as a major component. Using technology benefits not only teachers, providing them with an enormous variety of materials, but learners as well, shaping their educational possibilities.

This article is about the undeniable advantages of autonomy learning online for young e-learners, especially now when this pandemic has resulted in restrictions being put in place, affecting ‘normal’ work and school and preschool...

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