The Abbey School in Reading is an independent girls’ school which uses digital technology to help raise attainment and student engagement, as well providing students with vital skills needed to prepare them for industry.
Chase Terrace Technology College in Staffordshire is a mixed comprehensive school, with 1,350 students between the ages of 11 and 18. It has average overall levels of students with learning difficulties and disabilities - attainment on entry is broadly at the national level but with below average numbers of very high and very low ability
Eureka Primary School in South Derbyshire is a mixed day school, with 150 pupils, taking children aged from 5 to 11 years. Teachers at the school identified a need to engage its students and make lessons as enjoyable as possible through the use of ICT and online tools.
Neale-Wade Community College in Cambridgeshire is a mixed comprehensive secondary school with over 1,725 students between the ages of 11-18 with varying academic abilities.
Renaldo Lawrence, an Advanced Skills teacher at St. John the Baptist School in Surrey, is using Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 to create learning content and applications for his students to use on mobile and tablet devices.