The White Horse Federation Represented at LearnED Roadshow
On Thursday, two members of The White Horse Federation spoke at the LearnED Roadshow in Bristol. James Summerson and Leah Newbury were asked to feature on the panel to discuss the ways we have used technology to support the delivery of high-quality education across our schools.
The roadshow, which was facilitated by the British Educational Suppliers Association and backed by the Department for Education, was a one-day educational technology training course. Its aim was to teach school leaders and ICT leads how education technology can be used to improve outcomes, increase efficiencies, and reduce teacher workload at schools and multi-academy trusts.
James Summerson represented The White Horse Federation on a panel that explored the ways technology can help teachers have more time to teach, while Leah Newbury spoke on our behalf on a panel discussion about using technology to better support teaching and learning in the classroom.
In recent years, the federation has devoted a lot of time and resources to integrating technology at our schools. James and Leah, our primary ICT and online safety leads, have been instrumental in this process and have helped us achieve fantastic results.
We are extremely proud that both James and Leah were asked to talk at the LearnED Roadshow and that their work has been recognised on a national stage.
The White Horse Federation remains committed to utilising technology at our schools to further improve outcomes for pupils and staff.