Russell House School by Alan Hodgin

We spoke with Mr McCarthy and asked him about the differences between his IT provision in school, before and after RM. “Network stability was a big problem for us. We are ... Read More

The Chair of Governor’s role in choosing ICT support by Jonathan Kilpatrick

ICT isn’t just about a computer in a room or a network that manages your school information; it’s about the people who use it, the challenges they face and the value they ... Read More

WE-CT: Six ways to make your school more community inclusive by Michael Oakes

The benefits ICT offers stretch much further and wider than the classroom. Effective school ICT can improve office staff efficiency, and further afield, it can also ... Read More

Your ICT in the next one, five and ten years by Jonathan Kilpatrick

Where will we all be in the next year, five years or ten years even? Maybe you have dreams of escaping the rat race, packing a backpack and travelling the world? Or maybe ... Read More

Where to invest in ICT and ways to make savings by Michael Oakes

Last year a TES investigation used previously unpublished Department for Education (DfE) data to reveal how officials believe schools can save £3 billion. The finding was ... Read More

Ways to deliver competitive advantage through ICT by Michael Oakes

Regardless of the type of school you may be, you will always want your school to be perceived as doing a great job, appearing efficient, professional and forward-thinking. ... Read More

How to offer ICT facilities to the young, old and everyone in-between by Jonathan Kilpatrick

As a school and as educators it’s fair to say you really know your stuff. Your knowledge about education, the world of teaching, managing students, workload and staff ... Read More

ICT decision making as a School Governor by Jonathan Kilpatrick

It is estimated that Governors’ contribution to schools is worth around £1bn – according to the National Governance Association. In fact Governors represent the largest body ... Read More

Consistency and efficiency across MAT schools - How do you score? by Jesse Johnson

There has been a significant increase in the number of schools forming or joining MATs. This trend is predicted to continue over the coming years and the government expects ... 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

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