Is your school ready for the Computing Curriculum?
- Is the use of technology to support learning, embedded in your school?
- What measures do you have in place to ensure your investment in ICT is paying off?
- Are your teachers using ICT effectively?
- Do they have sufficient skills and confidence to embed technology in their lessons?
- Are you ready for the computing curriculum?
Link2ICT’s Curriculum Support, is an ICT Health Check that will help you identify your school strengths and weaknesses, and also provide advice on the next steps for a school. We will work with your ICT leaders to help you reflect on current practice, and give advice and support to ensure you move forward and engage with the new computing curriculum for 2015.
This is offered as consultancy from curriculum specialists. Initially a one day session is required to develop an action plan for your school; this involves a half day onsite and half a day to compile a report of recommendations.
Alternatively, multiple session support packages are also available.
- Understand how to purchase, deploy and review appropriate resources that reflect your school improvement strategy
- Develop a Software/Apps map
- Identify and address the training needs in your school
- Action plan devised to move your school forward
- Audit/Support development of new curriculum plans for computing
Endorsements from Head Teachers on the support we have provided:
“The support we received really helped us focus on our current strengths and weaknesses and then how we could improve provision. Link2ICT had a wealth of knowledge that was invaluable in our whole school development of ICT.”
“The support from Link2ICT helped us clearly map out our current provision to identify any gaps. We were then given some really good advice on how we could develop these areas.”
“The support we received really helped focus our thinking particularly as we have a new ICT co-ordinator. She felt that the support she received has given her a clear vision of where we want to be and how we are going to get there. The support has also really helped us identify the year group expectations and how this can be planned for in both discreet and cross curricular lessons.”