iPad for schools

Whats new with iPad?

Does the iPad deployment in your school; Encourage, Enhance and Empower?

 

The iPad is a fantastic tool for encouraging creative and independent learning.

 

Enhancing traditional teaching.

 

Empowering less-able students.

 

As technologies naturally evolve so should our understanding.

 

Bespoke training and awareness sessions for your school will ensure your chosen deployment makes a difference.

 

To book or enquire click here.

 

 

 

 

Art lessons with iPad.

The iPad will never replace art materials or the magical experience of using them.

 

With or without the Apple Pencil, the iPad can enhance and support art lessons for students of all ages.

 

A tool for; research, deconstruction, practice, planning and celebration, the iPad has a place in art classes.

 

Spend a day at the National Gallery in London, exploring the potential the iPad offers your art lessons.

 

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Sphero Challenges

 

How can the Sphero support coding in Schools?

 

Build confidence through hands on coding activities using the Sphero.

 

Use programming and coding principles to tell solve problems, express ideas and encourage collaborative experiences.

 

Hands-on fun for Teachers that teach coding and IT lessons.

 

Add yourself to the mailing list and find out when the next Sphero training day is.

 

 

 

  • “Oscar delivered the training really well and I felt it was at the right speed for me to understand and make progress at a good rate. He has a great friendly manner and I would definitely recommend his training sessions to colleagues that were interested in learning more about using the ipads effectively in school. He is obviously very knowledgeable but explains things with humour and in a way that is easily accessible to learners!”

    Ben John
    Primary teacher, Minty School
  • “Brilliant training session with fantastic inspiring ideas to engage the children in the classroom and streamline the work load for teachers. Thank you!”

  • “Thanks, often training not suitable for youngest children but this was.”