This service is available for Maintained schools, Academies and Other schools and settings


Support for development of the computing curriculum and the use of technology across all curriculum areas. This includes advice with curriculum development, strategic leadership of ICT, online safety, in-class support and online resource development.

Academic year 2017/18

The service is delivered by an experienced teacher and professional with considerable knowledge and expertise of working in Ealing to support curriculum development and whole school improvement.

We also broker support from other high quality practitioners and professionals to ensure we have the appropriate capacity and expertise to meet your needs.

Additional / buy back services 

Access to expert advice, guidance and support on the use of technologies to enrich learning across the curriculum within the context of Ealing’s membership of the LGfL.

Office hours:

As negotiated.

Planned improvements:

Consultants have up to date knowledge of evolving pedagogies involving emerging technologies and are involved with the Department for Education, London Grid for Learning (LGfL), NAACE and educational technology suppliers.

Service directors:

Julie Lewis

More detailed information:

Mark provides training, support and advice (see SLA details) for any aspect of the computing curriculum or anything related to the use of technology to enhance learning across any subject of the primary curriculum. The support under this SLA is provided in whatever format suits your school. We will meet and discuss your priorites, needs and requirements, and will formulate a bespoke programme of support accordingly.

If you register for the Computing / ICT SLA you receive four days (28 hours) support spread over the academic year.

For one-off or occasional support you should consider PAYG. Support agreed under PAYG rates will need to account for preparation time. Minimum invoice is two hours.

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    Last updated: 14 Mar 2018