ICT Innovation Award

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Awarded to the educational establishment in the UK that can demonstrate innovation in its approach to teaching and deploying Information and Communication technologies that further the learning experience of its students.

2016 Winner
Studio Schools, Merseyside

The Studio focuses on developing students’ skills and the knowledge that students require to pursue a career in the digital sector, hosting a monthly series of Coder Dojo events working with primary aged children from across the North West. An industry mentor link shares real world experience and gauges students on a level that the curriculum doesn’t, and a monthly masterclass provides career possibilities.

2016 ICT Innovation Award Winner - Studio Schools, Merseyside

Bolsover Church of England Junior School, Derbyshire
Shrewsbury High School, Shropshire
Westmorland Primary School, Lancashire
Plymouth School of Creative Arts, Devon

2015 Winner
Teesdale School, County Durham

Teesdale is a lead school in the Computing School’s Network. As the curriculum changed from ICT to Computing, Teesdale took the opportunity to share expertise with local students at the primary level, hosting computing days to help year 5 and 6 pupils with sequences of instructions and Scratch software.

Sandymoor School, Cheshire
Loughborough High School, Leicestershire
Boundary Oak School, Hampshire
Wick High School, Caithness, Scotland