London Connected Learning Centre, part of CfBT Education Trust, is an award winning organisation committed to helping schools harness the potential of new technologies. From better communication and more effective administration, to improved teaching and learning, technology can have a dramatic impact in every area of school life.
The CLC provides independent advice and support with professional development tailored to the needs of your school and curriculum. We can help with procuring equipment, re-designing your network, thinking strategically about your school’s needs or reshaping your curriculum to meet the new computing requirements. Contact Julia Lawrence email@example.com to discuss, or alternatively browse our brochure for ideas and inspiration.
In the spotlight from London CLC –
Booking is now open for our FREE Computing Summer Schools in London and Manchester
London: Tuesday 14th – Friday 17th July – Click Here
Manchester: 22nd June – 24th June – Click Here
If you have responsibility for computing in your school and are looking for support, ideas or just time to consolidate your learning, then this four day immersive, practical summer school is for you. Delivered by IBM professionals alongside teachers and specialists from the award winning London Connected Learning Centre, the course will help you to better understand the programmes of study; get to grips with assessment and progression; explore effective ways to support your colleagues and develop imaginative and creative ways to embed computing in your curriculum. The programme will explore the principles of computational thinking,digital media and information systems within real world contexts with a focus on IBM’s commercial and social programmes. All those taking part in the
summer school will be offered an IBM mentor to provide ongoing support.
For further information or to book, please contact Kim Morrison; firstname.lastname@example.org
LCLC has won the 2014 NAACE Impact Award for Curriculum Support Services and the Association of Learning Technologist Team of the Year award in 2012 . The Centre achieved Learning Outside the Curriculum status and is part of the Computing for Schools Network of Excellence for the teaching of computer science.