April 21, 2014 9:15 am
Written by Ellie Wilding
Turn IT On to support Hackney Primary Advantage Federation
Turn IT On are really pleased to announce that we have recently taken on IT and Computing support across the Primary Advantage Federation in Hackney. We are providing our full school curriculum support service, instant remote technical support and secure remote backup.
Turn IT On consultant Ronnie Bourkadi is experienced in supporting schools and he visits each school for a full day. The support provided is pro-active and strategic. We will be introducing a multi-site solution and moving toward a uniform user experience across all sites.
As part of the multi-school support, Turn IT On also provide the Federation with a dedicated curriculum specialist. Turn IT On curriculum consultant Nick Williams is an experienced teacher and runs Turn IT On’s student workshops and computing curriculum staff training programmes. He is working closely with Subject Leaders at each school in the Federation to develop a united technical and curriculum improvement plan.
Nick and Ronnie have been introducing Turn IT On’s new online support portal at school staff meetings at the start of this term. We are looking forward to providing comprehensive and consistent support across the Primary Advantage Federation.
The Federation will also be able to draw upon all of Turn IT On’s support teams. E-Safety workshops will be run by our specialist Curriculum Team at Springfield Community Primary school later this term. Subject leaders from schools in the local area will be invited to attend.
Our central technical team and our installation team are also on hand to resource and manage any size of project.