Case Studies and Articles
Staff and students at the Co-Opertive Academy at Brownhills are getting very excited about their new building, which is due to open its doors for the first time in September. This will mark the culmination of a lot of hard work which has been in the planning stages over the past few years as part of the wider Stoke on Trent Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme.
The Judd School, in Kent, has upgraded from a CC3 to a CC4 network, and finds that its ICT runs much more smoothly as a result.
The use of innovative technologies to enhance learning and teaching has proved to be an exciting, inspiring and engaging learning experience at Haywood Engineering College. According to Sian Hughes, Haywood's Head of Inclusion, all of the students even the harder to reach ones, embraced the approach with enthusiasm.
The merging of two schools into a brand new development to create a Short Stay school for BESD (Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties) students driven forward by the REACH programme. This school will concentrate on delivering educational content to mainly Key stage 3 and Key Stage 4 students to focus on the skills and access to opportunities to allow each student to become more pro active and successfully work towards their GCSEs and with the aim of aiding a quick return back into main stream education.
Watch our video and hear from Sally Eaton - Lead Proposer, Jane Sculpher -Head of School, Ziggi - Head of ICT and the pupils of Langley Hall Primary Academy. Find out why the school was set up...the school's vision for technology...why they chose RM Education and what the pupils think of their ICT...Plus get top tips to consider when setting up a Free School.
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