Demonstrator Schools and Colleges
What is the Role of Demonstrator Schools and Colleges?
The DfE and delivery partners have identified twenty schools and colleges which have demonstrated excellence in their use of technology to support teaching and learning and have the capacity to help others. There are plans to extend the reach of this programme over the coming weeks.
These schools and colleges represent a wide range of contexts, from rural to urban and primary to further education and include a number of Trusts with special needs provision. Demonstrator Schools and Colleges will offer packages of support, ranging from guidance, online tutorials, webinars and recorded content.
Advice and training will be available to some schools and colleges across the country which are most in need of support, for example those which have recently deployed a new online learning platform and those with the most disadvantaged learners.
The Demonstrator Schools and Colleges
Basingstoke College of Technology - South East
Beauchamp College - East Midlands
Broadclyst Community Primary School - South West
Danesfield School - South East
Darlington College - North East
Heronsgate Primary School - London
Kibworth Church of England Primary School - East Midlands
King Ecgbert School with Notre Dame High School - Yorkshire and the Humber
Lea Forest Primary Academy (Academies Enterprise Trust) - West Midlands
Mount Hawke Academy, Aspire Academy Trust - South West
Sandringham School - East of England
Skipton Girls' High School - Yorkshire and the Humber
"We aim to show how EdTech provides a toolkit that augments (rather than replaces) the human, compassionate, mentoring, empathetic craft of great Teaching and Learning. At BCoT we have been supported by management to build a Digital team around students and apprentices who support all subjects and are always led by the pedagogy and the future expectations of industry - we are honoured to have the opportunity to help other Educators around the UK and prepare all students for their future"
Basingstoke College of Technology
“We are thrilled that our collective expertise and experience is being harnessed by this programme to support a wide range of schools. The current situation has forced all schools to be highly dependent upon remote learning, adjusting to a very new way of working. We look forward to supporting colleagues in other institutions, aiding their students to experience the very best teaching, learning and wider support which can be afforded by remote learning solutions. “
Paul Edge, Ribblesdale High School