London Connected Learning Centre

Learning with Technology

What we do

“London Connected Learning Centre has become synonymous with high quality work. Schools involved are clear that they would be disadvantaged not to have the guidance and expertise that the CLC possesses.”

David Boyle Principal, Dunraven School

London Connected Learning Centre

London Connected Learning Centre (CLC), part of CfBT Education Trust, is an award-winning organisation that helps schools and other settings use digital technologies to improve learning.

The term Connected Learning describes our approach and activities. We make links between learning at school and at home, we involve children and young people in using digital technologies to create, experiment, design and explore, we foster collaboration between teachers, students and parents and we work in partnership with businesses, community and cultural organisations.

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What we do

London CLC provides a range of in-school and centre based professional learning opportunities for educators, activities and projects for children and young people, and independent, tailored technology solutions for schools and other organisations. We can help with planning your school’s digital strategy, shaping your computing curriculum, developing your teachers’ practice and re-designing your network. We work with schools from across London, throughout the UK, and beyond.

Contact Julia Lawrence to discuss your needs, or alternatively browse our brochure for ideas and inspiration.

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About Us

The London CLC team is made up of expert teachers, computing and multimedia specialists, trainers, technicians, filmmakers, designers and family learning tutors. We won the 2015 NAACE Impact Award for Technical Support, the 2014 NAACE Impact Award for Curriculum Support Services and the Association of Learning Technologist Team of the Year award in 2012. The Centre is part of the Computing for Schools Network of Excellence for the teaching of computer science and is part of the LGFL recognised Support Framework.

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