Monday, 23 November 2009

Fantastic News!

My colleague Scott Jacques, National Strategies Advisor for ICT in our School Improvement
Team sent me this e-mail...

"Hi Chris, Just thought I'd share with you some fantastic news from the end of last week. Two Leeds primary schools won national recognition for their use of technologies for learning at the BECTA ICT Excellence Awards in Bristol. Added to this, RM also won an award for their support for schools, including their work with BSF in Leeds. The two winning primary schools were Alwoodley Primary, who won the national Primary Learning Experience Award and Robin Hood Primary School who won the national Leadership, Management and Collaboration award This is a wonderful achievement for both these schools and recognises the outstanding work in the area of ICT that Jane Langley and Mark Wilson and their respective teams are doing. Leeds was the only local authority to have schools win more than one award, so to have two, plus the recognition of RM's work in Leeds, was something special. You can see the very high quality of the competition plus more information about the Leeds winners at:
Regards, Scott."

It is great to have the ICT work going on across Leeds recognised like this and for Alwoodley and Robin Hood Primary Schools to fly the flag for Leeds. Congratulations to our colleagues and partners at RM!

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