We believe that partnership and representation are important and are delighted to have excellent relationships with key partners and as part of prestigious organisations and groups.
Paul provides contracted support to the SIF Association in the UK, working with their elected UK management board, providing support and leadership including for their quarterly meetings, and representing the Association in its work with the UK’s Department for Education and Information Standards Board for Education, Skills and Children’s Services.
We are proud to be partners with the Independent Academies Association (IAA), we have excellent relationships with the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) and with National Association of Headteachers (NAHT) for whom we provide specialist training programmes for their members.
Mike Briscoe is a Naace fellow – a prestigious status within the Naace community, earned through having made an active contribution to the ICT Community beyond that required by his job role in education. Naace is a community of educators, technologists and policy makers who share a vision for the role of technology in advancing education, members include teachers, school leaders, advisors and consultants working within and across all phases of UK education.
Mike is also a Toshiba Education Ambassador, a member of the network that is committed to sharing views on the use of ICT in the education sector, where the emphasis is on how teachers and learners can benefit the most from the technology available. As a community of practice, it is now in its 11th year, it is aimed at all parts of the education sector and welcomes contributions to the debate of how ICT can transform learning and achievement.
Lorna is an ICT Mark lead assessor and is available to moderate other ICT Mark assessors.
To find out more about how we work with partners, or to discuss your needs with one of our directors, please call us on 0121 288 3594, send us an e-mail at moc.setaicossateinull@ofni, or complete the form on our contact us page.