We are delighted to have been appointed to the DfE Ed-Tech Demonstrator Programme. The Ed-Tech Demonstrator Programme includes a network of schools and colleges across England who exhibit effective practice in the use of technology.
The programme that launched in 2020 aims to boost peer-to-peer support on the effective use of technology and has now been tailored to help schools and colleges provide education remotely.
As a Demonstrator Trust we provide professional development, initially focused on supporting the effective delivery of remote teaching practices to schools and colleges across the country and bespoke technical consultancy. The programme targets schools and colleges who are most in need of support; for example, those getting to grips with using a new online learning platform and those with the most disadvantaged learners.
Through this programme the Lionheart Educational Trust assists the DfE in supporting schools both in the local area and nationally to engage with their students through digital tools and online content.
This Teacher Guide is presented by Director of Maths, Tim Dolan and shows how teachers can use a smartphone as a visualizer with Microsoft Teams
Chair of Lionheart Academies Trust, Chris Swan and CEO Kath Kelly share how they have enabled governance to evolve during the lockdown period.
20 Ideas for How To Use a Visualiser / Document Camera in the Classroom
How to Make the Most of Your Visualiser | 12 Tips
IPEVO Visualizer Software for Document Cameras | Beginners Guide
|E-Safety Student Booklet||Booklet containing useful hints and tips for students to help them to keep safe when working from home.||Download PDF|
|E-Safety Parent Booklet||Booklet containing useful hints and tips for parents to help them to keep their children safe when working from home.||Download PDF|
|LAT E-Safety Policy||Model policy for E-Safety in schools||Download PDF|
Retaining The Staffroom Culture During Lockdown
|Teaching is, at best, a career people fall in love with, mostly because they care deeply about their subject, their colleagues and their students. As such, lockdown and social distancing have really hit the teaching profession, easily leaving a gap in the lives and hearts of educational professionals across the UK and globe.||Download PDF|
How Has A Leadership Team Used Technology To Adapt Their Way Of Working During The Crisis?
|Beauchamp College is a successful 11-19 secondary school. The school community is made up of 2,342 students and over 200 staff. The school prides itself on being forward thinking and is always willing to learn and evolve as we acknowledge without this skill set, a school cannot continue to be excellent.||Download PDF|
The Use Of New Technology To Support Key Stage 2 To Key Stage 3 Transition
|Due to Covid-19 and the restriction placed on all schools, transition has had to be thought about differently. Maximising the technology we have
available we have created a virtual transition for our learners to ensure that they have a positive start to their secondary experience.
The Vital Importance Of Culture & Ethos During Lockdown
|When we return to school, the ethos and culture that we have developed will mean we can run a ‘socially distanced’ school. In school the power of ethos and culture is everything.||Download PDF|
The Power Of Digital - Using Technology To Enhance Education & Stay Connected
|As a growing multi-academy trust within a city that boasts many diverse and vibrant communities, we realise the importance of staying connected.||Download PDF|
Lionheart Academies Trust Wellbeing
|The foundation of our Trust is built on a perfect balance of academic excellence and holistic development. We realise the importance of wellbeing being at the heart of what we do.||Download PDF|