We can
offer support, consultancy, or training in:

  • Strategic leadership – review, planning and consultancy aligned to Wolverhampton’s e-Strategy priorities
  • Support for e-Safety and digital copyright
  • Guidance on statutory requirements for school external websites
  • Promoting classroom learning models to embed technology into teaching and learning – reflecting best practice identified by OFSTED
  • Curriculum planning – support for curriculum changes
  • Supporting Technology Enhanced Learning, including the use of mobile technologies (iPads, smartphones)
  • Developing the ICT capability of learners – including programming and computer science
  • Learning Platform support and development
  • Guidance on the assessment of ICT capability and the use of ICT to assess pupil progress
  • Supporting schools in developing and training a digitally literate workforce
  • Supporting the engagement and involvement of parents in using technology


Key Benefits
to your school

  • Support from an award winning, highly specialised team which has been judged to be delivering effective value for money services
  • An understanding of e-Safety issues that can affect students, staff and parents
  • An in-depth awareness of statutory requirements and best practice
  • Extensive experience in the use of the NAACE Self Review Framework (SRF) and ICT Mark Assessment
  • Expertise in the integration of technology to support the raising of standards
  • Access to a team who understand and are influencing changes to the Computing curriculum (especially programming and computer science)
  • Engaging with a team which links closely with Wolverhampton ICT Technical Services and Education Data Services
  • Access to training, professional development and teacher networks – linked to accredited schemes such as Masters in e-Learning, Microsoft Partners in Learning and SMART
  • A direct link to the most up to date collaborative research and innovation, including links to major international technology companies