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					                                   Preface

To qualify for ICT in Schools funding, under current legislation, the Government
requires each school to complete a satisfactory ICT Strategic plan.

Cambridgeshire’s philosophy on ICT in schools is underpinned by two
fundamental principles:

   The LEA is convinced that ICT, properly implemented and managed, can play
    a significant role in improving the performance of any school.

   All decisions about how an individual school intends to exploit ICT in order to
    improve its performance rest with its governing body and are published in its
    school development plan.
                 Strategic Planning for ICT

  Supporting Whole School Improvement and Learning



The Vision

Before effective strategic planning can begin the school needs to be clear in its
vision of what ICT can offer in raising school standards. ICT, well planned and
implemented, provides an opportunity to make a substantial contribution to whole
school improvement, including standards in literacy and numeracy. Success will
be difficult to achieve unless those involved see the big picture, understand how
they fit into it and take ownership of the areas which involve them.

Opportunities should be sought for governors, parents, teachers, pupils and non-
teaching staff to contribute to the development of the vision and for developing it
with other institutions, the LEA and the wider community.

To quote from Nelson Mandela:

                    A vision without action is just a dream

                  Action without vision just passes the time

                  A vision with action can change the world




The ICT Development Plan


Why have a Development Plan?


The ICT Development Plan, although a government requirement for ICT in
schools funding, should be viewed as a valued means of achieving educational
goals such as raising standards and increasing effectiveness. Its aims and
objectives need to be in tune with the DfES and funding conditions (see enclosed
DfES Guidance on Strategic Planning). For example, schools should show how
they plan to develop content which could be shared with other schools over the
Grid. They should also show how they plan to make ICT facilities available for
after-hours use by pupils and the community and reflect the school’s values,
including equal opportunities.


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There are specific stages involved in development planning. These are:

 Where are we now?                               The audit

 Where do we want to be                          The vision

 What do we have to do to get there?            Target setting and
                                                 implementation

 How do we know we are getting there?            Monitoring

 How do we know when we have arrived?            Evaluation



To ensure that your Strategic Plan covers all essential areas, please check that:

   Targets are clear

   Success criteria relate to improved pupil outcomes

   Evaluation methods evaluate the degree to which success criteria have been
    reached

   Tasks needing to be done are identified

   Timescales are clear

   People responsible for tasks are named

   People responsible for monitoring are named

   Costs, as far as possible, are identified

   A copy of your Strategic Plan is sent to us electronically




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                      Strategic Planning
           For Primary, Nursery and Special Schools

The original Strategic Planning activity for Primary Schools in Cambridgeshire
took the form of a consultancy visit followed by a written report and supporting
documentation. The second stage of this process was to review the progress the
school had made on the original strategic planning activity and identify
outstanding and urgent issues to be resolved.

The following framework extends the main areas considered in the second
Strategic Planning Report. It is intended to be an audit tool to assess a school’s
current situation and help to determine what the next steps may be. Future
developments will be built into the school’s ICT strategic plan in the context of the
school’s whole development plan.

Schools will need to use the audit to establish their key areas for development
for the coming year. The Framework itself will not provide a strategic plan
which needs to consider key objectives, personnel, time frame, resources and
monitoring procedures.




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Contents

1.    Preface                            page 1

2.    Strategic Planning                 pages 2-5

3.    School information                 page 6

4.    ICT Strategic Plan                 pages 7-8

5.    Policy and Procedures              pages 9-10

6.    The Curriculum                     pages 11-12

7.    Assessment of ICT Capability       pages 13-14

8.    Staff Capability                   pages 15-16

9.    Hardware                           pages 17-18

10.   Networking                         pages 19-20

11.   Internet Access                    pages 21-22

12.   Software                           pages 23-24

13.   Management Information Systems     pages 25-26

      Resources                          page 27

      Useful Websites                    page 28-29




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                             ICT Strategic Planning



                               School Information



School :

Address:

Telephone

Fax:
E-mail :

Head Teacher:



ICT Co-Ordinator (s):


Number of years in post:


Other posts of responsibility held:


Number of pupils on role:


Number of full time teaching staff:


Number of Part time teaching staff:


Number of support staff:




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ICT Strategic Plan
            Success Criteria                        Evidence            Briefing
                                                                        Papers
                                                                      See also
M1a. The senior management team and             School                Useful
the governors have articulated a clear          Development Plan      Websites in
vision for IT in the school and are active in   in place and          this
supporting its implementation.                  annually reviewed.    publication.

                                                                      Becta:
M1h. The school regularly reviews its           ICT Policy reflects   Connecting
curricular, resource and training provision     the ethos and         Schools,
for IT, and uses the outcome to inform          culture of the        Networking
development planning, setting appropriate       school.               People 2000
targets which reflect the vision of the
governors and SMT for the use of IT                                   Becta: How
across the school.                                                    to set
                                                                      appropriate
                                                                      targets
M1i. The school has identified a series of
actions which address the issues raised in      ICT Development       Appendix 4
the development plan(s), and are                Plan.                 of this
consistent with the school’s IT policy and                            document:
are achievable in the timescale specified.      Active ICT Working    DfES
Actions are planned to take place in a          Party                 guidance for
logical order (for example curriculum                                 development
planning before resource acquisition).                                planning




                                                                      Government
                                                                      and local
                                                                      guidance on
                                                                      vision eg.
                                                                      NGfL Advice
                                                                      to Schools




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ICT Strategic Planning



Target areas for development       Comments and further
identified by the Audit:           information:




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Policy and Procedure

             Success Criteria                            Evidence            Briefing
                                                                              papers
                                                                           See also
M1d.There is an IT policy which reflects the         School’s ICT Policy   Useful
aims and values of the school, articulates           including an          Websites in
the contribution which IT makes to the               Internet access       this
pupils’ attainment and progress, and details         policy/ statement     publication
the framework of principles supporting day-
to-day procedures.                                                         BECTA Site-
M1m. Arrangements exist which ensure                                       Senior
compliance with the law on copyright and             MIS Policy            Management
the provisions of the Data Protection Act,           Data                  information
the Computer Misuse Act and Health and               protection/data
Safety regulations.                                  security criteria.    Kent Internet
M1n. The school is aware that the                                          Access
possession of some computer data                                           Policy 2000 -
(pornographic images, for example) and the           Backup/Failure/       a template
distribution of other data such as textual           Recovery              for schools
material likely to incite racial hatred is illegal   Procedure
in the UK. Procedures are in place to deal                                 NGfL in
with such possession or distribution by                                    Cambridge-
pupils, and to minimise the extent to which          Information Ethics    shire:
such material cam be obtained, copied or             Policy.               Advice to
distributed through the use of the school’s                                Schools 1999
IT resources.                                                              – 2000
                                                     Inclusion Policy      Part 4
                                                                           Recommend-
P4a. Provision is made for pupils to
                                                                           ations
understand what is healthy and safe use of
IT and, wherever possible, to put this into
practice. Safety in the context of IT use
may extend to, for example, taking care to
retain the security of passwords.
                                                                         NAACE
                                                                         Promoting
P5a.The school takes steps to increase
                                                                         the
parents’ awareness of the ways in which IT           Statement in school Responsible
can support their children’s learning.               prospectus          Use of the
                                                                         Internet in
                                                     Failure/Backup      Schools
                                                     procedure set up
                                                     and known by all
                                                     staff




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                          Already   Already    To be      Further
Policy and               Achieved   Planned   Planned   information
Procedure                                                   and
                                                         comments

ICT Policy:
 Needs reviewing
 Is up to date and
   reflects schools’s
   aims and values
 Is embedded in
   whole school
   development plan

Internet Access
Policy:
 In place
 Staff and pupils
    observe a code of
    practice for usage

MIS Policy:
 In place
 Curriculum and MIS
   relationship
   reviewed
 Importance of IMS
   in teaching and
   learning addressed

Health and Safety in
the use of ICT policy
statement

Inclusion Policy

Statement about ICT
in school prospectus

Backup or Failure
/Recovery Procedure

Policy for ICT
provision
management,
including safe and
environmentally
friendly disposal of
equipment



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The Curriculum

            Success Criteria                      Evidence          Briefing
                                                                    papers

P2a. IT is used to enhance both teaching      Progressive
                                              scheme of work for    See also
and learning in a range of subject contexts
                                              both key stages.       Useful
and in each National Curriculum Year;
                                                                   Websites in
expectations of outcomes of such uses of
                                                                      this
IT are high; trivial uses are rare.
                                                                   publication
P2b. The curriculum for each key stage is
planned to deliver the full IT Programme of                        QCA
Study to all pupils.                          Equal access         Schemes of
                                              policy/practice      work.

                                                                   Cambs. ELH
                                              ICT curriculum
                                                                   ICT Service
P2e Curriculum options and teaching           development plan
                                                                   Scheme of
arrangements ensure that all pupils have
                                                                   Work.
equal access to resources and equal           Use of ICT is
opportunity to develop IT capability.         planned into         Implementing
                                              Literacy and         IT
                                              Numeracy Hours
P2j. Where IT capability is developed in
part through a taught course, skills are                           TTA
utilised and consolidated in other subjects                        ‘Expected
                                                                   Outcomes’
                                              Monitoring
                                                                   ELH ICT
                                              procedure in place
                                                                   Service ‘Three
                                                                   Steps to the
                                                                   ICT
M1j. Effective procedures are in place for                         Curriculum’
monitoring by the SMT and others,
progress against the development plan and
for evaluating the success of actions in
improving pupil attainment.




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                             Already   Already    To be      Further
The Curriculum              Achieved   Planned   Planned   information
                                                               and
                                                            comments

Progressive scheme of
work developed
with reference to:
Curriculum 2000, QCA
Scheme or other
source(s)
 Teachers aware of
    NC ICT requirements
    and some are met
 Teachers understand
    NC ICT requirements
    and most are met
 NC requirements are
    fully met as a
    minimum entitlement
    for each pupil
 Identified teaching
    objectives and
    learning outcomes
    followed by all staff
 Monitored and
    reviewed periodically

Equality of access and
opportunity for all
pupils
 Inclusion issues
   under review
 Inclusion Policy in
   place

ICT integrated into
Literacy work

ICT integrated into
Numeracy Work

ICT planned to enhance
teaching and learning
across whole
curriculum

Effectiveness of ICT is
regularly monitored




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Assessment of ICT Capability
       Success Criteria                              Evidence            Briefing
                                                                         papers

P2p. A range of tasks across the curriculum Monitoring procedure
                                            in place                     See also
and through the key stage are clearly
                                                                          Useful
identified as providing opportunities for
                                                                         Websites
assessment of IT capability
                                                                          in this
                                                                        publication
P2q. There is effective co-ordination and       Included in Scheme of
moderation of assessments between               work – lesson plans
                                                                        Inspection
teachers and across key stages.
                                                                        documents

                                                                        BECTA
P2r. Pupils are involved in their own           Pupils record sheets
assessment and have an awareness of the         or evidence of          DFEE
progress they are making.                       discussion of work

P2o. Effective assessment procedures are                                QCA
in place which recognise that IT capability                             Scheme of
is as often demonstrated in the process of      Process as well as      Work
using IT as in the quality of the outcomes of   outcomes is monitored
                                                                        Cambs. ELH
pupils’ work.
                                                                        ICT Service
                                                                        Scheme of
P2t. Attainment data is regularly monitored                             Work
and used to gauge the effectiveness of the
school’s planning and provision for the         Portfolio of evidence
development of IT capability.

M1K. The school has set appropriate             Reports to parents at
                                                end of key stages
quantitative targets for improvement of
pupils’ skills, knowledge and understanding
in IT, and their competence and confidence
in the application of IT to other subjects of
the curriculum. Progress towards such
targets is monitored by SMT and others.




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                            Already   Already    To be      Further
Assessment of              Achieved   Planned   Planned   information
ICT Capability                                                and
                                                           comments

Whole Key Stage
monitoring procedure

Individual tracking of
pupils progress

Pupil involvement in
own assessment

Assessment procedure
monitors process as
well as outcomes of
pupils work

Portfolio of evidence
(Screen or hard copy)
 Annotated
 Linked to
   Curriculum 2000
  Matched to national
   expectations, or
   better
  moderated

School has set
quantitative targets for
improvement of pupils’
ICT skills

Reporting to parents at
end of Key Stage (in
order to meet DFEE
regulations)




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Staff Capability
Success Criteria                     Evidence                Briefing
                                                             papers
M1f. All staff are clear       ICT Policy
about their individual         Job Descriptions as       See also Useful
contribution to, and           appropriate.              Websites in this
responsibility for, the                                  publication
operation of the school’s IT
policy and these are
reflected in job
descriptions.                                            ELH ICT
                                                         Professional
M2h. The professional                                    Development for
needs of those expected to     ICT Policy                School Staff and
offer leadership and                                     Governors
support in IT are identified
and appropriately
addressed.

P1a. The majority of
teachers have knowledge
of IT adequate to enable
them to develop pupils’ IT
skills progressively.

M2d. The school has            Training opportunities
enough internal and            for all school staff
external sources of advice     particularly those with   NOF Expected
and support for both           roles of ICT              Outcomes
technical and curriculum       responsibility
matters; teachers and
pupils know how to access
them.

M2g. The professional                                    NOF Individual
development needs of all                                 Staff Action Plans
subject staff in regard to IT NOF Training
are identified and
addressed through a
programme of INSET which
is coherent with the
development of the            School’s INSET needs
curriculum                    analysis
                              NOF Training



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                               Already   Already    To be      Further
Staff Capability              Achieved   Planned   Planned   information
                                                                 and
                                                              comments
Management and Co-
ordination of ICT:

   Responsibility
    designated
   Specific time
    allocated to ICT
    management
   Management team
    includes co-
    ordinator, senior
    manager and a
    governor
   Roles/
    responsibilities of all
    staff are clearly
    defined

Staff
 Personal skills audit
Eg. All, some, few have
reached Level 6

   ICT training for
    some staff

   Planned Training
    programmes to
    develop personal
    skills/ classroom
    teaching

   Support for
    individuals in their
    use of ICT

   Training Programme
    for all members of
    staff
   Ongoing
    professional
    development to
    ensure a consistent
    high standard of
    teaching


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Hardware
  Success Criteria                                  Evidence                 Briefing
                                                                             papers
M2n. There is adequate
access to IT resources            Purchasing linked to hardware and
throughout the school building.   software audit, and schemes of work.       See also
                                                                              Useful
M2o. Resources are sufficient                                                Websites
to deliver the school’s planned
                                  Plan for managing, developing and
IT curriculum.                    sustaining ICT provision, including the     in this
                                  safe and environmentally friendly         publication
M2q. Sufficient diversity of      disposal of equipment is in place
hardware, software and                                                      DFEE
peripherals exists to provide                                               statistics
tools which are well matched
to tasks.
                                                                            DfES
M3a. The school recognises                                                  guidance on
the changing nature of IT and                                               school
provides pupils with access to                                              development
the full range of suitable                                                  planning
applications. The IT policy and
the school’s financial plan       ICT Policy
together ensure that IT                                                     BECTA:
resources are replaced as                                                   Connecting
they become either unreliable                                               Schools,
or out of date.
                                  Hardware and software audit linked to
                                  scheme of work.                           Networking
M3b. Where necessary,                                                       People
financial planning over more
than one year makes possible                                                Cambridge-
major purchases of IT equip.                                                shire’s NGfL
                                                                            Equipment
M3e. Technical support is
delivered in an effective &
                                  Long Term Financial Plan                  Recommen-
cost-efficient manner.                                                      dations

M2w. There is a planned                                                     QCA
programme of preventative                                                   Scheme of
maintenance and effective
arrangements for repair.                                                    Work.

                                                                            Cambs.
                                                                            ELH ICT
                                                                            Service
                                                                            Scheme of
                                                                            Work

                                                                            Curriculum
                                                                            2000



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                          Already   Already    To be         Further
Hardware                 Achieved   Planned   planned   information and
                                                           comments

Long Term
   investment plan
   replacement plan
   plans for growth

Maintenance, repair
and technical
support
programme

Provision
   one computer per
    class available in
    classroom or
    centrally grouped

   Computer pupil
    ratio to meet
    Government
    baseline targets:
    1:11 by 2002
    1:8 by 2004

Organisation of the
learning
environment as
appropriate for the
school:
   Computer suite
   Classroom
    computers
   Library/Resource
    Area
   Set up coherently
    across school

Interactive whiteboard
Laptops
Palmtops
Programmable
equipment/toys
Peripherals eg,
scanner, digital
camera, control
technology, large
screen…..




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Networking
Success Criteria                       Evidence                    Briefing Papers

M3a. The school recognises the         ICT Development Plan        See also Useful
changing nature of IT and provides                                 Websites in this
pupils with access to the full range   Costed Investment Plan      publication
of suitable applications. The IT
policy and the school’s financial      Plan for managing,          BECTA: Connecting
plan together ensure that IT           developing and              Schools, Networking
resources are replaced as they         sustaining ICT provision,   People
become unreliable or out of date.      including the safe and      2000
                                       environmentally friendly
M3g. The deployment and                disposal of equipment is
availability of IT resources           in place
promotes high utilisation; these
arrangements are regularly
monitored and reviewed

M3i. The acquisition of IT             Monitoring of ICT usage
resources is linked to curriculum      across the curriculum
development and INSET provision
and produces improvements in
pupils’ attainment and progress                                    Curriculum 2000

                                       Schemes of work             QCA Scheme of Work

                                                                   Cambs. ELH ICT Service
                                                                   Scheme of Work




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                        Already        Already    To be      Further
Networking             Achieved        Planned   planned   information
                                                               and
                                                            comments
Curriculum
Networking of
classrooms:
 25% of classrooms
50% of classrooms
75% of classrooms
100% of classrooms
Computer suites
networked

Clusters networked

Management
School offices
networked
Management team
networked
Middle managers
networked
Staff room networked

Whole school
networked
Network
technology

Ethernet


Cat 5

Wireless




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Internet Access
         Success Criteria                           Evidence            Briefing papers

M1h. The school regularly reviews its                                    See also Useful
curricular, resource and training provision                              Websites in this
for IT, and uses the outcome to inform         School Development
                                               Plan                        publication
development planning, setting appropriate
targets which reflect the vision of the                                 Cambridgeshire’s
governors and SMT for the use of IT            ICT Development
                                               Plan                     NGfL Targets
across the school.
                                                                        Government
M1k. The school has set appropriate
                                                                        Targets
quantitative targets for improvement of
pupils’ skills, knowledge and
                                                                        Reviewing IT
understanding in IT, and their competence
and confidence in the application of IT to
                                                                        Implementing IT
other subjects of the curriculum. Progress
towards such targets is monitored by SMT
and others.
                                                                        Curriculum 2000
                                               School’s Assessment
S2k. Pupils’ respect for other people-         scheme
groups is enhanced by the use of
communications technology (which               Policy and system for
enables access to sources outside the          monitoring access in
classroom and thus increases                   place.
understanding of the views, beliefs and
cultures of others).
                                               Participation in
                                               Internet Projects as
                                               appropriate, including
                                               European links




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                            Already   Already    To be      Further
                           Achieved   Planned   Planned   information
Internet Access                                               and
                                                           comments

Access to WWW:
Library
Central area
Suite
Classrooms
Staffroom
Out of school hours
access

Teacher e-mail
accounts:
 some
 most
 all, as a matter of
   course

Pupil e-mail accounts
 class e-mail
 group e-mail

School web site:
 contributions by
   pupils
 contributions by
   staff/parents

   Participation in
    Internet Projects as
    appropriate
   European Links
   Worldwide links

Community Access
 Under review
 Policy in preparation
 Policy in place




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Software
Success Criteria                          Evidence                 Briefing
                                                                   papers
M2o. Resources are            ICT Development Plan.
sufficient to deliver the     Software maps                       See also
school’s planned IT                                                Useful
curriculum.                                                      Websites in
                                                                    this
M2p. Wherever possible        Criteria for selecting software    publication
the range of computers        clearly defined.
and generic software                                            NGfL in
furnishes a common IT         Responsibility/procedures for     Cambridge-
environment for pupils        choosing hardware and software    shire: Advice to
throughout the school.        clearly defined.                  Schools 1999 –
                                                                2000
M2v. Simple help sheets
are available to remind
pupils how to use the                                           BECTA
principal facilities of the
school’s main software                                          DFEE
tools.                                                          statistical
                                                                analysis
M3h. Hardware and             School’s ICT Policy.
software are organised
and configured for
maximum ease of use.                                            NOF Training –
                                                                Expected
                                                                Outcomes

                                                                Inspecting
                                                                IT




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                           Already   Already    To be      Further
Software                  Achieved   Planned   Planned   information
                                                             and
                                                          comments


   Inventory of
    curriculum software
    in school

   Up to date software
    map identifies core
    resources for
    schemes of work

   Plan of cross
    curricular software
    usage to meet
    teaching and
    learning objectives
    in all subjects

   Criteria and
    procedure for
    selecting software
    clearly defined

   Software is
    upgraded regularly
    and properly
    licensed

Software ‘Help’ sheets
for staff and pupils




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Management Information System
       Success Criteria                         Evidence     Briefing
                                                             papers
New administration hardware
                                             MIS Policy
                                                            See also
                                             IMS Strategy   Useful
Administration network
                                                            Websites in
                                                            this
Whole school network                                        publication


Use of additional administration software


Use of SIMS Assessment software


Virus checker software on administration
machines


Additional administration staff


Training for new administration staff



Use of administration software by members
of staff other than Head and secretary


Budget for maintenance of administration
machines


Investment plan for replacement/upgrade of
administration machines




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Management              Achieved   Planned    To be       Further
Information                                  Planned    information
Systems                                                and comments

New administration
hardware


Administration
network


Whole school network



Use of additional
administration
software (PDRS,
Attendance)
Use of SIMS
Assessment software


Virus checker
software on
administration
machines

Additional
administration staff


Training for new
administration staff


Use of administration
software by members
of staff other than
Head and secretary
Budget for
maintenance of
administration
machines
Investment plan for
replacement/upgrade
of administration
machines


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Resources

Useful Publications

British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (Becta):
Connecting Schools, Networking People 2000

ICT Planning, Purchasing and Good Practice for the National Grid for Learning

Cambridgeshire Education Information Technology Services:
IT at Key Stage 3

A Framework for an Entitlement Programme

Centre for Information Technology in Education,
Cambridgeshire: Information Ethics Policies in Schools

ELH ICT Service, Cambridgeshire: Three Steps to the ICT Curriculum

Guidance for school progress

National Association of Advisers for Computers in Education:
Promoting the Responsible Use of the Internet in Schools

An overview of issues for school managers

NAACE / NCET

Implementing IT. An ongoing information series to help educational
professionals to implement IT effectively.

Inspecting IT. Quality Indicators for Information Technology in Education.

Reviewing IT. Materials to help schools review their IT provision.

National Council for Educational Technology: Delivering and Assessing IT
Through the Curriculum

Practical Schemes of Work for Key Stage 3

Croner Publications: The Head’s Legal Guide




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Useful Websites


Assessment for KS1 and 2                                        http://www.surreycmc.gov.uk/ict

Cambridgeshire:                                               http://edweb.camcnty.gov.uk/ngfl/

Designing computer suites and workstations in schools
                              http://www.becta.org.uk/technology/infosheets/pdf/workstation.pdf



Developing a school website                                     http://www.surreycmc.gov.uk/ict

Finance: comparing school finances, controlling and managing
                                                   http://www.schools.audit-commission.gov.uk/

Heads / Senior Managers                          http://www.becta.org.uk/info-sheets/head.html
                                   http://www.becta.org.uk/schools/smanagers/schools/tools.html

Inclusion                                                           http://inclusion.ngfl.gov.uk/

Inclusion Case Studies              http://www.becta.org.uk/inclusion/sen/resources/casestudies

Information Management Strategy                        http://www.dfee.gov.uk/ims/default.shtml

Kent                                                   http://www.kent.gov.uk/ngfl/policy.html/

Laptops: guidance on purchase
                              http://www.becta.org.uk/technology/infosheets/html/portcomp.html



Lewisham:                                       http://www.lewisham-pdc.org.uk/SupDevPl.html

MIS checklist for implementation                        http://www.dfee.gov.uk/ims/handout.doc
                                                                         http://www.easea.co.uk

NAACE               National Association of Advisers for Computers in Education
                    – there is an ‘open’ part of this site which holds useful
                    materials, including ‘Implementing IT’, much of which has
                    recently been updated.                       http://www.naace.org.uk



NGfL Managed Services Website:                                http://managedservices.ngfl.gov.uk

Northern Counties                                                   http://www.northerngrid.org




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Parents and ICT                  http://www.becta.org.uk/technology/infosheets/html/parents.html

Parent’s Gateway                                                  http://www.dfee.gov.uk/parents

Parent’s Information Network (PIN)                                          http://www.pin.org.uk

Pupils:
Gridclub: Online service for 7-11 year olds                              http://www.gridclub.com
Using computers at home                                      http://www.naace.org/Papers/11.html

Schemes of Work                                                            http://www.qca.org.uk

SEN Management                           http://curriculum.becta.org.uk/docserver.php?docid=1307



Senior Managers in Schools, ICT Policy and Planning on the Virtual Teachers
Centre in the National Grid for Learning:
                                        http://www.vtc.ngfl.gov.uk/vtc/schoolman/annex_f_p.html
                     http://www.becta.org.uk/supportproviders/buildingthegrid/planningschool.html

Sheffield:                                                               http://www.citinet.org.uk

Standards                        http://www.becta.org.uk/news/reports/primaryfuture/contents.html



Superhighways Safety                                                     http://safety.ngfl.gov.uk/




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