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Independent Schools Digital Strategy Forum – March 2nd 2018 POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER

2nd March 2018 | 9:30 am - 3:00 pm

Email: | Tel: 01285 770984

Sidcot School
Oakridge Lane

BS25 1PD
What are the implications of GDPR on your IT? Developing a Teaching and Learning strategy through Office 365.  Hosted by Sidcot School in conjunction with Commercial IT Services Friday 2nd March 2018

09:30  – 1000: Registration

10:00 – 10:10: The Changing Face of the Digital World
Richard Levinge, Director Ease Training

10:10 – 11:10: GDPR Background – Actions and Risks for Schools
Kristine Scott, Head of Education, Harrison Clark Rickerbys LLP,Solicitors

11:10 – 11:35 Break and Exhibition

11:35- 12:10 Workshop – Using IT to Help Compliance with GDPR

12:10- 13:00 New Ideas for teaching and learning
Mark Reynolds, Hable Education – specialist in Office 365 for Education

13:00 – 13:30 Lunch and Exhibition

13:30 -14:15: Office 365 Workshop. Implementing Office 365 Strategy
James Russell Sidcot School

14:15 – 1500: Workshop – the next steps with Office 365




First 2 places free. Extra delegates £125 (plus VAT).

In conjunction with


Kristine Scott,Head of Education, Harrison Clark Rickerbys LLP,Solicitors

Kristine is trusted by schools to provide support on a wide range of employment and education issues. She supports and advises schools when allegations of abuse are made against teachers and other staff including multi agency working, the duty to refer and advice on safeguarding. Kristine speaks at national education conferences on the issue of cyber bullying and safeguarding. She is a governor of a large secondary academy school and is a ranked lawyer and recognised practitioner in Education in Chambers and Partners 2016. @HCRlaw

Mark Reynolds, Hable Education – specialist in Office 365 for Education

Mark is the Founder of Hable, a specialist Education consultancy practice which launched in January 2015. Education IT has been his specialism and passion for over 15 years, during which time he’s worked with customers, partners and government organisations to drive change and help people learn in new ways. His previous role was leading the Education team at Microsoft UK. Mark left Microsoft to build a start-up that inspires people to do great things, then empowers them with useful technology. Hable offer expert consultancy and learning experiences, to help you dream big and deploy fast. Twitter @themarkreynolds

James Russell, Sidcot School

James has worked at Sidcot for just over four years as the IT Development Manager. His experience includes working as an ICT/Computing Teacher for a year and as an academic Head of IT for seven years; before becoming a teacher James worked as a programmer and completed a degree in Computing for Real Time Systems. He has extensive knowledge of classroom based IT systems and integrating them into the school environment. Some projects have included launching Firefly, the school’s first school-wide intranet, media services and cashless catering. James’ educational interests include, virtualisation, IT across the curriculum, Cyber Security/Safeguarding, BYOD and Cloud Computing.

Adam Brigham

Adam joined Commercial as the Education Technical Consultant in 2017; with over 50 school clients, and previously a Network Manager at an Independent School he has very strong expertise in IT Infrastructure / Cloud, Wireless, Classroom Technology and Safeguarding in the Education Sector.​

Richard Levinge, Director Ease Training

Richard Levinge is the Director of Ease Training and is Chair of Governors at a large local Special School that retained its Outstanding status in June 2017. Richard has a passion for practical training based on many years training experience with roles in the Royal Navy, legal services, charities and education. His focus is to assist people in mastering change, giving the confidence and enthusiasm to tackle their roles. Twitter: @easetraining



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