Supporting SEN Students with the iPad, at the National Gallery- 18th November 2016

For All Teachers and Support Staff working with SEN Students.


This day long, hands-on course will be held at the National Gallery in London. It has been created by educators to ensure you develop confidence and ideas for using iPads effectively to support your students diverse needs.



We will explore a selection of key apps, and Accessibility features of the iPad during the day, ensuring you’re getting the most from this ever developing and relevant technology.


Click Here For More details and Booking Form.




iPad Training for schools.

As an Apple Education Trainer I can run a variety of iPad training sessions for teachers in your school. Full day, twilights or a series of sessions over the course of the academic year. These courses will ensure teachers develop confidence in using a variety of apps in class.


The iPad is the perfect tool to support creativity and independent learning in practically any learning environment. There are now many excellent free iPad apps to support this.


Students may look like they know what they’re doing, but do they use the technology effectively to support areas of their learning? How can we ensure students don’t use screens just for entertainment?


Find out more about iPad INSET here, click on the link below.


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  • “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.”