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June 13, 2014 12:40 pm

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New Community Portal for schools launched

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Turn IT On’s new Community Portal is now available to schools that are supported by us.

Your school will be able to:

  • Get latest news
  • Log and track support issues
  • Use lesson resources
  • Check consultants’ visits
  • Book training events
  • Ask ICT questions and receive answers

It will mean that your school’s communication with Turn IT On is easy to track and can be found all in one place. Staff can keep up-to-date with the latest curriculum developments and schools can link online with others and get advice or offer suggestions.

We now provide support to hundreds of schools across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Wiltshire, Hampshire and London. Therefore, we think it is is essential for Computing Practitioners and ICT Coordinators to benefit from the wealth of knowledge shared by their colleagues at all these other schools.

To be added soon is our computing curriculum planning grids, devised by our expert curriculum team. This is in response to requests from a huge number of teachers who have attended our free training sessions and want more of our curriculum expertise on a practical level.

This is all included when you receive ICT support from Turn IT On. If you are interested in Turn IT On’s support and would like to know more please email us.

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This why the work we are doing as part of the DfE platform provisioning programme is so important - bbc.co.uk/news/education…

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