The ICT service

The ICT Service

We are driven by a commitment to education. We believe that ICT can make a significant difference to children’s learning and well-being and that it is business-critical for schools. We believe that Britain’s future depends upon the development of citizens who are creative, confident and responsible users of technology.

Our ambition is to be recognised across the East of England as leaders in the field of educational ICT.

The ICT Service has a broad range of expertise and experience working with schools in Cambridgeshire and beyond.  We understand the demands facing school leaders and practitioners and work closely with them to develop a coherent approach to strategies for ICT.

education technology news

  • Tapping into Codecademy at …

    John Partridge, at The Minster School, uses Codecademy with students for Computing. He explains why  I started …

    10-07-2014

  • Mobile learning for the mas…

    Unesco recognises that mobile devices have massive potential for learning. So what needs to be done?Chilean academic …

    15-09-2014

  • Why twist a curriculum when…

    Apps for Good offers rich and flexible ways for schools to broaden 'Computing'. Tony Parkin explainsAs the new Comput…

    19-07-2014

  • A lot more than coding – …

    Kodu is a relatively unsung hero of free software for coding in schools. Gerald Haigh meets some expertsIt’s not un…

    24-07-2014

  • Teachers + edtech entrepren…

    Tony Parkin mixes with the teachers, entrepreneurs and dragons at Ed-invent BrightonTeachers frequently criticise the…

    25-07-2014

  • Ulster students' hot perfor…

    Mountain bike app brings plaudits for Cookstown 13-year-olds, writes Sal McKeownThe school motto at Cookstown High Sc…

    14-09-2014

  • OCR assessment shock hits G…

    The OCR exam board withdraws controlled assessment from Computing students, reveals Tony Parkin In a major blow to th…

    30-06-2014

  • More than half teachers 'no…

    Computing starts in England's schools next term, but a Nesta/TES survey reveals the depth of disquietCritics of the n…

    11-07-2014

  • There's more to learning th…

    Dave Smith asks why so many educators are prone to edutech knee-jerk when they have many optionsWhy do people working…

    09-09-2014

  • The computer keyboard is de…

    Despite dire predictions, touch-typing is still an asset for those fortunate to aquire it, writes Gerald HaighIn abou…

    09-09-2014

  • New role for ex-head Jim Wy…

    Founder of Education Fast Forward on the move againJim Wynn, one of the most successful UK school leaders to cross th…

    03-09-2014

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what people say…

  • I don't know what I would do without the ICT helpline. I have always found them to be friendly and supportive whenever I have called

    Primary School Secretary

  • We have used The ICT Service now for many years, and have the highest praise for all the departments we deal with (we couldn’t live without our ICT technician or the helpdesk!).

    Weatheralls Primary School

  • Our Technician always goes the extra mile for us. He understands our school needs and limitations. He is considered to be one of our school team.

    Primary School Headteacher

  • Thank you. The e-safety session was one of the best uses of time that I have had for a long while.

    E-Safety Course

  • I found the whole session incredibly useful. You gave us lots of useful resources to take back to school and even more to think about.

    E-Safety Course

  • ...really helplful during a very stressful time...

    Secondary School ICT Technician

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