In the classroom

Larkhall Academy's digital transformation by Ann White

Larkhall Academy embark on a rapid journey of digital transformation due to the HP Community Tech Fund. Dual screen technologies, trolleys of Chromebooks and voice typing ... Read More

Blue light to room 1 – is your emergency ICT call-out effective? by Jonathan Kilpatrick

Some days your ICT probably just works like a dream – in fact you wouldn’t even know it’s there. Other days however, your Wi-Fi might play up, your laptop develops a faulty ... Read More

What to watch out for when your ICT falls flat on its face by Michael Oakes

Schools are becoming increasingly digitised, for instance recording attendance online and digitally monitoring progress and assessments. ICT is therefore becoming an ... Read More

How to gain more control over your ICT to support whole - school progress by Michael Oakes

Technology in schools can be great. We’re not just saying that because it’s what we do. We truly believe that technology has the ability to improve engagement and connect ... Read More

Not just computers, more teaching assistance by Jonathan Kilpatrick

On the whole, the jury is no longer out regarding the effectiveness of ICT in schools. Most people agree that students spend so much of their time engaging in life through ... Read More

Work Experience with RM by Rebecca Moore

It’s always daunting for anyone to go into a new business, questions start to pop into your head like it’s your first day at school; Will I get lost in the building? Will ... Read More

How to improve productivity using Microsoft Teams by Steve Forbes

Last year the BBC released findings which found that most full-time teachers work an average of 48.2 hours per work, but one in five works 60 hours or more – 12 hours above ... Read More

5 easy ways to avoid the summer slide by Katy Beardall

Learning loss over the summer months, otherwise referred to as the ‘summer slide’, is a commonly cited problem in primary schools everywhere at the start of the new academic ... Read More

We don’t GO online, we LIVE online! by Louise Jones

The World Wide Web as we know it is now a little more than a quarter of century old, you could say it’s wiser and more mature than it’s 25 years on the planet! We really do ... Read More

Would an extra £32,000 fill any gaps in your school’s budget? by Lesley Smith

  If you total up the cost of your IT staff salaries including the ever-increasing National Insurance and pension liabilities, and then add on the extra cost of any support ... Read More

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