A recently established educational technology consultancy based in Stone has been awarded accreditation from Naace, the national charity for the advancement of learning. The NMSP – or Naacemark for Service Providers – recognises educational technology firms’ commitment to quality; offering reassurance to schools enlisting the services of JWB Consultancy.
From auditing a school’s use of technology and providing training on tools like iPads and white boards, to offering advice on the implementation of e-safety and the computing curriculum, JWB Consultancy’s services can be tailored to a school’s individual needs on a standalone basis or as part of a comprehensive annual support package.
Although recently formed , JWB Consultancy is headed up by Sally Tippett, who has vast experience in supporting schools in their use of educational technology. Sally Tippett is a former teacher and member of the Staffordshire Local Authority ICT Team, who most recently worked with ICT firm Fantastict to lead a network of consultants working with primary schools nationwide.
The new firm, which will focus on supporting primary schools in and around Staffordshire is already working with a number of local schools. Sally says:
“I’m genuinely excited to embark on this new venture, and the NMSP provides a strong foundation on which to build. While helping schools meet the benchmarks set by the DfE is a key part of what we do, my passion is getting into the classroom and working closely with teachers to effectively use the educational technology at their fingertips.”
For further details of the services offered by JWB Consultancy – including support with the computing curriculum, e-safety, ICT strategy and vision, ICT Mark, iPads and any other aspect of technology in the primary school – visit www.jwb-consultancy.co.uk.