Challenging ICT

Leading ICT provider RM Education is offering Education Technology readers a free ICT planning and strategy review

The ICT software and services provide is offering the free review as part of a drive to improve the use and value of ICT in schools. Paul Bruce, Solutions Architect with RM tells us more…

“It doesn’t take long for anyone working in education to realise that all schools are unique. Irrespective of standards, curriculum and governance all schools share the desire to provide their students with the best skills and knowledge to meet and fulfil their potential.

Over the past 20 years, I’ve worked with hundreds of state schools, academies and independent schools each facing distinct challenges and all differing in their approach to teaching and learning.

“As a Services Architect, I primarily listen to and would work closely with your senior leadership team to understand your schools individual aspirations, pedagogy and identified areas for improvement. Based on these learnings I can suggest and demonstrate relevant ICT services and technologies that deliver school wide transformation for learners, teachers and the wider school community, and show you how it doesn’t have to break your budget.”

Advertisement

Kris Jobson, Director of ICT at Cheslyn Hay Sport & Community High School comments: “ICT, and the use of, plays a major role in a student’s education. It is important in a time of austerity that you get the right solutions that have the right impact, and for this you need an ICT support company that TRULY understands Education. For Cheslyn Hay Sport and Community High School that company is RM.”

If you’d like Paul to visit your school to review your ICT plan and strategy and help your teachers and learners to use ICT effectively then please call RM on 0808 172 9534 or visit www.rm.com/flex-EdTech to book your free session.

Set RM Education the challenge – you won’t be disappointed!

 

Advertisement

Upcoming webinar

Innovation in IT networks

How to stand out from the crowd

February 10, 11am (GMT)