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Digital Schoolhouse Consultancy

All Digital Schoolhouse Lead Teachers provide personalised support after a workshop to help visiting colleagues embed computing into their own school curricula. Therefore, in order to accomodate requests for more intensive work we are proud to launch our consultancy service. This will enable our Digital Schoolhouses to continue delivering the outstanding support that they do. The consultancy is a not-for-profit service and all proceeds go back into the schools and the programme to enable the Digtal Schoolhouse to continue. 

What can I use the DSH Consultancy Service for?

Our Digital Schoolhouse Lead Teachers are experts in their field. They have received innovative training from Universities, industry professionals and the Computing At School Master Teacher Programme. They are able to support both primary and secondary colleagues with any number of issues. However, some suggestions are:

  • Running inspirational computing workshops in your school
  • Supporting the development of your own school computing provision and schemes of work
  • Team teaching
  • Lesson observations & peer support to help improve the quality of teaching and learning
  • Development of new resources and lesson ideas
  • and much more...

The best thing to do is to get in touch with your local Digital Schoolhouse Lead Teacher and discuss your personal requirements with them. They will be able to tailor a solution to meet your needs.

How much does the DSH Consultancy Service cost?

The cost of  the service depends on level of work requested. However, our standard rates are:

Full Day £375
Half Day £200
Hourly £50

How can I book a DSH Consultant?

In order to book a visit you can get in touch with your local Digital Schoolhouse Lead Teacher directly, or alternatively contact Shahneila to discuss your requirements. 

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