UK schools have spent £1 billion on technology in the last 5 years, yet there has been no measurable impact on student progress. While classroom technology is important, the behind the scene technology of how a school operates is more important. If teachers are overworked and burnt out, and the school is making cuts due to a lack of budget, student progress will suffer. If technology is used to save schools time and money, this will provide the greatest opportunities for you to raise student progress
Schools are investing huge sums of money into technology without any impact on student progress, the bottom line or working hours.
We have created school development programmes that implement, train, and support schools to save time and money with technology.
The LearnMaker Method identifies 3 key principles that underpin the use of technology to help your school save time, money and raise progress.
Our mission is to use technology to save schools time, money and raise student progress.