Staying ahead of the latest developments in the fast-moving world of ICT is a challenge – but one that today’s schools and colleges must meet if they’re to give their students the best chance of success. With our years of experience in IT and in education, we can help you meet it.
Hear how Heronsgate Primary, in Greenwich, continually recycle and refresh their technology, keeping it up-to-date and reliable, ensuring a positive and ongoing impact in the classroom.
Apple have always had a very real dedication to education. Over the years, this has manifested itself in many ways. From apps to entire training schemes like ‘Apple Teacher’, they have proved time and time again that they are willing to create useful resources for pupils and teachers alike. What’s more, they are all free!
Many schools have had iPads for a while and enjoy the creativity and the engagement they bring to the primary classroom. Tracking and managing work, however, can be a challenge. Seesaw really provides answers to many of these challenges and is free to use.
We are well into the school year and also coming to the point where many schools decide how their technology budgets are spent. If you already have your kit and a great wifi set-up, you could be looking beyond the iPad and Chromebook to engaging add-ons like robots.
Ever since the arrival of the National Curriculum subject ‘computing’ in 2014, figuring out how exactly to teach computer science and coding in a Primary school has become a hot issue.