A bespoke strategy is created for each school that explores all opportunities for the integration of innovative technology into curriculum maps.

“The expertise, innovation and support from their staff has been refreshing. They have enhanced our curriculum in ways we could not have dreamed of…”


Neil Le Feuvre, Headteacher

St Bridget’s C of E Primary School


The key tool to ensure you have a comprehensive, dynamic and rich overview of Computing that sits within your whole curriculum.

“We now have a great document that shows us exactly where we are and identifies some realistic short and long term goals.”


N Mulholland, Headteacher

St Scholastica’s Primary School, London

Teacher Training and CPD

hi-impact work with your staff to develop their own CPD as well as bring new and exciting skills to your school.

“hi-impact’s subject leadership network meetings always inspire our teachers to rush back into school and try out new ideas. We can already see the difference the hi-impact team are making.”


Howard Bousfield

Stockport Council


Innovative workshops are delivered by experienced teachers to enhance teaching across the curriculum with technology.

“hi-impact’s curriculum support has proven to have had a huge impact on the teaching and learning of computing within our school including planning sessions with teachers, advice on schemes and staff training that fits in with our thematic planning.”


Catherine Cookson- Deputy Headteacher

St Anne’s Catholic Primary School, Wirral


These cross-curricular enrichment workshops are perfect to enhance children’s creativity and engage the pupils involved, the whole school and local community.

“I can’t recommend the balloon launch highly enough. The inspirational effect of ‘Mission from Mearns’ on our whole school community was amazing and the legacy will last for years”


Paul Tyler, Science Teacher

Mearns Primary School, Glasgow

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