ICT and Computing Advisory Team

We have worked with our advisory schools to help develop our computing and ICT resources. We have also worked extensively with HES and the schools in Havering to trial our computing resources.

Oakdale Junior School, London
Scargill Junior School, Havering 

ICT and Computing Advisers

Phil Bagge, CAS Primary Computing Master Teacher

Miles Berry, Senior lecturer and subject leader for Computing Education at the University of Roehampton

Dave Smith, Hsis - Havering School Improvement Service

Dave Smith is the Computing and ICT Adviser and Business Development Lead at Havering School Improvement Services. He provides ICT advice and support to educational establishments, recently working as part of the development team with Rising Stars publishers to create Switched on ICT

Claire Lotriet, ICT Co-ordinator and Google Certified Teacher

David Mitchell, Education Consultant

David is a Google Certified deputy head, freelance consultant and keynote speaker – on a mission to get kids everywhere blogging to a GLOBAL audience. Find out more at www.asksir.co.uk.

Amanda Jackson, Hsis - Havering School Improvement Service

Amanda Jackson is the Inspector for Standards and Effectiveness for Computing and eSafety, working for HES.  She has 16 years’ experience working across the primary and secondary sectors in Computing and ICT education, including 9 years in school improvement. She is part of the team that was awarded the BETT Awards (highly commended) for 'ICT Service and Support' in 2013 and shortlisted for the Naace ICT Impact Awards in 2013. She is a School Improvement Professional for primary schools in Havering and has completed full Ofsted pre-accreditation training.  She is also the NQT Coordinator for the London Borough of Havering, quality assuring the provision as the Appropriate Body.

Amanda has worked with Rising Stars on the development of Switched on Computing. She has contributed to other computing projects including the CAS/Naace guide to the computing curriculum for primary teachers, and the same document for secondary teachers.  She runs a CAS Hub in Havering to bring together colleagues from across the region to develop computing in schools.   Amanda is a Naace ICT Mark Assessor and has assessed and supported primary, secondary and special schools. 

Dawn Hallybone, Headteacher, Oakdale Primary School

Penny Patterson, Hsis - Havering School Improvement Service

Part of the development team for Switched on Computing.  Naace Lifetime Achievement Award 2013, BETT award ICT service and support – runner up 2013, shortlisted 2012; 2009 ICT Excellence Awards – ‘Support for Schools’ (Winner). More than 30 years’ experience in primary and secondary Computing and ICT education, including 16 years in school improvement – specialising in ICT.  Accredited CEOP eSafety Ambassador. Completed full Ofsted pre-accreditation training.

John Woollard, Programme Director for PGCE Primary at School of Education, University of Southampton

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