Computing Curriculum Development Service

Our Computing Curriculum Development service enables your schools to build a bespoke computing curriculum that is inclusive of your visions, ethos, aims and objectives. We can tailor your schemes of work to be fully adaptable with other subjects so the thread of Computing runs across the whole school curriculum, preparing children and staff for a technological future.

Computing Curriculum Development Service offers the following:

  • Up to 6 days onsite consultancy per academic year
  • Remote support -­‐ email and telephone
  • Computing Curriculum Development in line with schools’ approach to teaching and learning
  • Scheme of Work (SOW) development and enhancement
  • Wider computing curriculum integration and cross curricular planning support
  • Planning efficient use of new and existing subscriptions/technology into Computing and wider curriculum
  • Computing curriculum Assessment guidance
  • OFSTED guidance
  • Online safety training and workshops for pupils, parents and staff
  • ICT Mark guidance and support
  • Business support for procurement to maximise cost saving
  • INSET training and support
  • Staff CPD including Computing/IT skills audits
  • Staff meeting support (one per SLA)
  • Staff places at computing workshops (offsite)
  • Facilitating computing projects with expert organisations
  • Facilitating computing projects with schools
  • Bespoke school support for specific class based projects (ie web development / app development / video editing / graphic design)
  • VR Education Support

Additional Services

  • Additional consultancy (daily rate) beyond what is offered as part of the curriculum SLA, at a discounted rate
  • Additional project management
  • Additional staff meetings
  • CPD workshops (off site)

Technology Services / Loans

  • VR class sets hire (loan)
  • VR class workshops – curriculum Based (6-­‐8 sessions per day) 
  • Other technology loans: available on request

Nazrul Islam

Director, Curriculum ConsultantContact Me  

I am a qualified teacher with ten years of teaching experience, working across the London boroughs of Hackney, Tower Hamlets, and Newham. Having been a Computing Subject Lead for a number of years, I moved onto a specialist role, advising schools on how to develop their school curriculums and integrate Computing into whole school practice as well as providing training for schools around safeguarding. I have also been part of a highly successful innovation project funded by the DFE in developing support for schools, who have children impacted by domestic violence and abuse (DVA), delivering support and training for staff, pupils and parents on DVA and its impact on children in schools.