, spotted at BETT 2013, looks very interesting for schools introducing mobile devices into the classroom as it allows pupils to work together designing a school app.
It is a website where pupils can build apps freely and very easily. It is all done by dragging and dropping components and would make a great site to be used in a computer club. If your students do make any completed / working apps they can be added to an app stores. To find out more visit
From the web site:
“AppShed Academy is a versatile and comprehensive online tool to facilitate student development of apps in education. Intuitive, step-by-step learning allows teachers to include app development in the ICT curriculum without the need for an in-depth understanding of the app creation.
This exciting technology allows students to express their creativity through a powerful app building tool which can be tied in with school projects and assignments as well as extra-curricular activities like sports teams.”