London, Greenwich 20 March 2015

ICT for Education, London, Greenwich 2015

The ICT for Education national conference programme reaches London, Greenwich on 20 March 2015 at Charlton Athletic FC, The Valley, Floyd Road, London SE7 8BL..

The conference runs from 7.45am to 2.15pm.  Attendance is FREE for all delegates, and includes lunch and refreshments. 

Drawing on both regional and national ICT expertise, ICT for Education has sourced a great line-up of speakers who will address ICT challenges faced by both teachers and schools.  Alongside the conference, ICT for Education will host a vendor exhibition showcasing solutions to meet your ICT needs.

Meet the experts, network with peers, solve practical problems and discover new resources in just one short day - free of charge!  Pick up your conference badge(s) from Reception on the day.  If you would like to bring colleagues, they can register before the event or on arrival.  We look forward to meeting you in London, Greenwich.

07:45

Delegate registrationICT supplier exhibition opens

08:30

Introduction

Sarah Underwood, editor, ICT for Education

08:35 – 9:00

Helping students become innovators and entrepreneurs

Debbie Forster, UK managing director, Apps for Good

Debbie will discuss how Apps for Good teachers are helping students gain the knowledge, skills and confidence to become innovators and entrepreneurs. She will also describe how teachers are helping students develop the wider thinking and employability skills they will need after leaving school, and consider the benefits this offers not just to students, but also to teachers and the wider school community. 

9:00 – 09:25

ICT in practice

Irfan Amin, Computing and IT subject leader, Colegrave Primary School

A two year transformation that made computing and IT provision outstanding at Colegrave Primary School

09:25 – 10:00

Helping students become innovators and entrepreneurs

ICT for Education product reviews team
An independent product review session that will put products to the test and give you real insight into their capabilities. ICT Reviews Live! will be led by the ICT for Education reviews team. Watch the reviews, comment on product content, consider underlying technologies, discuss ease of use and share your opinions on how you would like suppliers to develop products and services to meet the needs of teachers and schools.

10:00 – 10:35

Coffee 

10:35 – 11:00

An ICT Journey

José Picardo, assistant principal, Surbiton High School

José has devised and implemented Surbiton High School’s 1-to-1 strategy after extensively researching the role of technology in supporting good practice. He will describe his school’s ICT journey and explore how a 1-to-1 deployment can support teaching and learning. 

11.00 – 11:30

Teaching the computing curriculum

Miles Berry, principal lecturer, Computing Education, University of Roehampton

Miles will share some insights into how computing can be taught most effectively. He will draw on a range of learning theories, research evidence, classroom practice and Ofsted's expectations to provide computing teachers with a portfolio of techniques they can use when meeting the requirements of the new computing curriculum.

11:30 – 12:10   

Question Time

The challenges and opportunities of deploying ICT in schools

Moderator: Sarah Underwood

Panel members: Anne-Marie Neatham, chief operating officer, Ocado Technology; Debbie Forster, UK managing director, Apps for Good; José Picardo, assistant principal, Surbiton High School; Miles Berry, principal lecturer, Computing Education, University of Roehampton

12:10 – 13:10

Lunch

13:10 – 14:00

14:15

Close


 

Speakers

Anne Marie Neatham
Ocado Technology
Debbie Forster
Apps for Good
Irfan Amin
Colegrave Primary School
Katie King
Zoodikers
Miles Berry
Computing Education, University of Roehampton

Exhibitors

2 Simple
3P Learning
AVer
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
Blue Fox Systems Ltd
Click View
Compucharge Ltd
Computing At School
CTouch
Elementary
eSchools
EXA Networks
Gyration
HardSoft Computers
Insight
inVentry
LapSafe
Learnpad
London Grid for Learning
London ICT Framework for Education (LIFE2014)
New Era Education
New Ways to Learn
Schools Broadband
Show my Homework
Teach Your Monster to read
techair

 Directions:
By car from the M25:
The easiest way to get to The Valley by car is to use the A2, accessed from junction two of the M25 (those heading south via the M1, A1 or M11 should head clockwise on the M25, signposted 'Dartford Crossing').
Heading into London along the A2, the dual carriageway becomes the A102M - the approach road to the Blackwall Tunnel. Leave at the junction after the A2 exit and take the right-hand exit at the roundabout - the A206 Woolwich Road.
After the major set of traffic lights at Anchor and Hope Lane and Charlton Church Lane, travel around second roundabout and take the last exit to drive back on yourself. Then take the first left into Charlton Lane. Cross the railway line and continue up the road, then right into Harvey Gardens. The stadium is on the left.
Access to Floyd Road and Harvey Gardens is restricted on matchdays.
Via the South Circular
Follow the A205 South Circular Road to Woolwich and turn left into the Woolwich Road at the roundabout for the free ferry. You should then turn left into Charlton Lane and proceed as described above.
From central London
From north of The Thames, take the A102 through the Blackwall Tunnel. Come off at the second junction and take the first exit at the roundabout. Go along the A206 Woolwich Road as above.
Train and Tube services
Southeastern runs train services to the railway station at Charlton, from central London in the west and north Kent to the east. The station is a short walk from the ground.
Frequent services depart from Charing Cross, Waterloo East and London Bridge, with limited departures Cannon Street. Some services come through Dartford continue to Charlton, while connections for others can be made at Blackheath, Lewisham and London Bridge.
A previous limited service from Victoria no longer operates and fans heading to The Valley from Victoria need to change at either Lewisham or Blackheath.
The Docklands Light Railway from East London connects with rail services from Greenwich and Lewisham to Charlton, while the Jubilee Line underground station at North Greenwich is a short bus ride from The Valley.
Travelling by bus
Numerous bus routes serve the ground. They include the 53 (Plumstead, Woolwich, Blackheath, New Cross, central London), the 54 (Lewisham, Catford, Beckenham, Elmers End) and the 161 (Chislehurst, Mottingham, Eltham, Woolwich, North Greenwich).
Others are the 177 (Thamesmead, Plumstead, Woolwich, Greenwich, New Cross, Peckham), the 180 (Thamesmead, Plumstead, Woolwich, Greenwich, Lewisham), the 422 (Bexleyheath, Welling, Plumstead, Blackheath, North Greenwich), the 472 (Thamesmead, Plumstead, Woolwich, North Greenwich), and the 486 (Bexleyheath, Welling, Shooters Hill and North Greenwich).
These services discharge passengers on the A206 Woolwich Road, or in Charlton Village, both a five-minute walk from the ground.
Parking at the ground
Free parking is available at the ground.
 

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