In 2018, Reginald Mitchell Primary School in Stoke on Trent embarked on their primary computing adventure with Gaia Technologies as their guide.
Academy 360 is a Gaia partner school in Sunderland. As part of the managed service provision Gaia has sponsored ‘a discovery space’ to help promote innovation with technology. This is not unique. Gaia has sponsored such spaces elsewhere. You can see the case study of our contribution at SGS Berkeley Green UTC here and in April we will be establishing a similar centre at Prendergast School (Leathersellers Federation) in Lewisham.
Gaia are very pleased to be the ICT partner of SGS Berkeley Green UTC in Gloucestershire. The UTC is one of many who appointed Gaia to provide equipment and services as they opened their new buildings. At SGS Berkeley Green we have supported development of the UTC’s innovation hub, working alongside Fujitsu and the College staff. In late 2017 Gaia’s account manager Colin MacFarlane attended the opening of the innovation hub and took time to talk to students and staff about the partnership and how the hub will support educational achievement at the UTC. Take a look at what people had to say: If you would like to talk to Gaia about having an innovative IT partner for your school or college, contact us today.
ICT enhanced, project-based learning at George Mitchell School The George Mitchell School in Leyton is a new Gaia customer. As part of our partnership with GMS we are supporting with professional development for teachers and delivering student engagement activities.
At a packed premiere event, St James’s Catholic Primary School in Twickenham wowed an audience of parents, pupils and governors with the results of their film project based on the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
At Charles Darwin Primary School in Norwich, Y1 pupils are learning about the planets – just like many other children across the country. However, headteacher Jo Brown wanted to do things differently, and as their technology provider we were happy to oblige!
The Rugby Free Secondary School in Warwickshire recently completed a green screen video project on the Great Plague, with its Y7 students. The school opened in September 2016 and this was the first creative digital project supported by Gaia. Two others are scheduled for Summer 2017.
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