iPad in Secondary Schools
Our team of education consultants work across the UK to support the adoption and integration of iPad in secondary schools. With the growing demand for modern technology use in education, the drive to provide equitable access to digital content, and the pressure to provide more flexible learning options, Secondary schools across the UK are adopting a 1:1 (one device per student) model.
In a typical 1:1 environment, all staff and students are equipped with the an iPad, allowing them to work, communicate and collaborate through digital means. Students are equipped with a device from their entry in year 7, and the device is updated on a fixed 2 or 3 year basis – ensuring that the they always have access to the current technology.
Beyond the provision of technology, our experts work with secondary schools to develop a strategy for adoption, which includes the end-to-end operational, technical, and curriculum components of the deployment. This typically includes helping schools to define their vision, audit their existing technology, create an ongoing CPD plan to support with adoption, and provide ongoing technical support.