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Autumn Term Programme Mary Sumner House Led by: Graham Dring. We are very pleased to announce that we have now completed the preparation of a new 2½ day support programme for the Strategic Leadership of ICT in schools.

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Autumn Term Programme

Mary Sumner House

Led by:

Graham Dring


We are very pleased to announce that we have now completed the preparation of a new 2½ day support programme for the Strategic Leadership of ICT in schools.

The programme is designed to follow on from the highly successful London SLICT programme that so many LA schools attended.

The first cohort for schools in each LA will be led by a highly experienced tutor in conjunction with an LA ICT Officer and, where appropriate, an LGfL Curriculum Consultant.


The Next Generation Learning programme is aimed at head teachers and members of the senior leadership team, including the ICT subject leader

ALL schools will be eligible, whether or not members of staff have taken part in previous SLICT programmes

It will provide an opportunity to work together to further the knowledge, skills and understanding needed to continue developing Digital Technology and Institutional Change


Schools from 4 Las attended and evaluated a rigorous 2 day pilot which led to a considerable programme review

So far 90 delegates from 49 schools and from 6 LAs have attended the first 4 two day events

Evaluations, both verbal and written, have been very positive

The programme continues to evolve in the light of these comments and other developments


Safeguarding data pilot which led to a considerable programme review

Safeguarding pupils

Safeguarding data

Safeguarding pupils


Schools from mixed LAs pilot which led to a considerable programme review

Training for LA Officers

£150 per delegate

Maximum 40 delegates per 2 day event


Schools from mixed LAs pilot which led to a considerable programme review

Training for LA Officers

£150 per delegate

Maximum 40 delegates per 2 day event


“I don’t need ICT, my school is doing well enough as it is”

Stephen Crowne – Chief Executive Becta

Then schools are “Failing to deliver the outcomes they could be delivering, were they to use ICT effectively, and not merely use it as a bolt on.”


This programme seeks to help you understand how to answer some very basic questions.

As far as ICT in our schools is concerned:

  • Where are we now?

  • Where do we want to be?

  • How do we get there?

    1 may be said to be relatively straight forward.

    3 – bit harder and 2 harder still.

    Do we know enough about what is possible with ICT – to know where we want to be and how to get there?


This Next Generation Learning Programme is all about: some very basic questions.

  • Change Management

  • Changing People

  • The engagement of SLTs with this programme of change

    But change for what:

  • Current ICT development needs and national targets

  • Rose – implications for Primary and Secondary schools

  • BSF – a large budget percentage is ring fenced for ICT

  • PCP – ICT budget not yet ring fenced, but still essential


  • ICT to be made a core skill in the primary curriculum some very basic questions.

  • Recommendations of the Sir Jim Rose Review

  • Harnessing Technology: Changing the way technology is used across education and skills

  • Building ICT and personalised learning into your school’s strategy for change from the onset

  • Assessing and improving your school's use of ICT: BECTA’s Self-Review Framework

  • Planning and budgeting for the long-term sustainability of ICT infrastructure

  • Allowing learners to access ICT, anywhere, anytime: Mobile devices and wireless technology

  • Preventing access to unsuitable material

  • Enabling work to be produced, submitted and marked electronically

  • Enabling learners to track their own progress and set their own goals

  • Taking advantage of LEPs established from BSF to deliver an ICT managed service under PCP


  • Children and young people don’t lead linear lives, their lives outside of school are complex and multi layered

  • Will schools change to adapt to these new lifestyles in time?

  • Employers were asking a similar question at NAACE conferences years ago.

  • Literacy, numeracy and ICT must be prioritised and are prescribed in the recent Rose report.


A Future Curriculum? lives outside of school are complex and multi layered

Partnership for 21st Century Skills (adapted)

C21Content

Life Skills Set

Areas of Learning

(Specific ICT requirements identified)

Learning & Thinking Skills

Set

Global Awareness.

Financial, economic literacy.

Civic literacy.

Health & Well-being awareness.

Interpersonal.

Collaborative.

Self-directional. Accountable. Adaptable.

Socially responsible.

Eng, comms & lang.

Maths.

Science & tech.

History, geog & social understanding.

Physical devel & wellbeing.

Arts.

Information manipulation.

Communication.Critical thinking.

Problem solving. Creativity. Intellectual curiosity.

ICT literacy

C21 Assessment

ICT used to enhance ease of recording


Some hurdles we face: lives outside of school are complex and multi layered

  • Understanding the value and the life cycle costs of our ICT infrastructures 20% on hardware and 80% on people costs (change)

  • Teacher confidence (change)

  • Providing time for professional development (change)

  • Continuing tussles over the curriculum (change)


Some tasks: lives outside of school are complex and multi layered

  • Ring fence ICT in PCP as it is in BSF

  • Demonstrate the value of Managed Services

  • Ear mark funding for Change Management

  • Have a statutory self evaluation framework for ICT


Safeguarding data lives outside of school are complex and multi layered

Safeguarding pupils

The

Learning

Platform

Safeguarding data

Safeguarding pupils


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