Curriculum Development

Curriculum Development

Sharing Best Practice in Schools

123ICT have a unique insight into Primary Schools as a number of our staff have been Primary Teachers and Advisers.  We tailor our Curriculum training services by responding to the requirements of all of the schools we work with.

We offer curriculum development services and a wide range of training opportunities for schools in Oxfordshire and neighbouring counties. All of our training has been designed with the new Computing Curriculum in mind, and is delivered by former LA advisory teachers Nick Speller and Nick Langley.


Curriculum Development

123ICT offers a professional curriculum development service to Primary Schools.  Our experienced subject leaders can work with you to develop your existing schemes to match the new Computing Curriculum, utilising new and exciting resources.  We can help you to create an entirely new scheme to match your school, or find ways of adopting and adapting an existing off-the-shelf scheme to match your school’s needs.

Staff and Pupil Training

123ICT can also offer a full range of training options for Primary Schools in and around Oxfordshire. Our training services include:

  • Virtual Subject Coordinator meetings
  • Assessment and tracking training in partnership with Kim Marczak

Please contact us for further information on the above training opportunities.

Why choose 123ICT?

Our curriculum specialists have a detailed understanding of the New Computing Curriculum and are available to de-mystify the terminology, explain how it can be applied to your school and assist with planning.

The 123ICT team keep fully briefed on the new tools, applications and technologies to bring the computing curriculum to life in your schools. As all our consultants are school based, they understand whether these resources can benefit your school.  We can help schools to develop an engaging and exciting curriculum by embedding the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning opportunities.  123ICT can help your school to develop a fun and relevant Primary Computing curriculum with progression and development built in, across the school from Foundation to Year 6.

123ICT has worked with a number of schools already to develop bespoke schemes based on the new Computing curriculum, tailored to the individual needs of the school. We have also assisted several schools in the introduction of commercial schemes such as the Rising Stars ‘Switched on Computing’ scheme.

Why not book a half-day consultation to work with Nick to develop a new Computing Curriculum scheme tailored to your school’s needs or to help plan the introduction of a purchased scheme? (email   We have a range of ideas and approaches to suit each school’s unique requirements.   Half-day consultancies start from £250 for 123ICT schools or £300 plus travel for non-123ICT schools.

Below are sample testimonials and feedback we have received from schools. To talk through your school’s specific Curriculum support requirements please email


“Oxford Brookes School of Education have been very happy to partner with 123ICT to deliver a program of Digital Learning Seminars. We have been impressed with the organisation and content of the courses. 123ICT’s consultants have a good understanding of preparing teachers for the new primary computing curriculum . They have a caring and extremely professional approach to ensuring schools are enabled to easily use technology across the curriculum.”

James Bird, ICT / Computing Subject Leader, School of Education, Oxford Brookes University

More testimonials

“Useful to work through Scratch and go over iPad apps available for the teaching of computing.”

James Watt, Deputy Head, Tackley CE Primary School

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“Great to get the opportunity for hands on exploration of programs with expert support.”

Robert North, ICT Coordinator, Orchard Meadow School. ________ ________ ________

123ICT ran both staff training and parents and carers workshops at Appleton School. Though the subject
matter was taken seriously, the presentations were lively and kept us all interested. We found the information
covered in the staff training very good. After gaining input from our Governors this will form the basis for our
school’s e-Safety policy. Very engaging and a good balance – explaining that we need to be prepared for 21st
century whilst being aware of the dangers of the internet.”

Annabel Brown, Head Teacher, Appleton CE Primary School


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