Season 3 Launch with Luke Vere

Luke has taken the Voyage Education Partnership MAT on a journey from inheriting a network that had experienced a major cyber security incident to a network that is able to grow with the trust and inspire confidence in users and leadership alike.We talk cyber security, how to recover from and prevent future incidents, strategy and lots more in this wide ranging chat.

New Episode

Meet Katherine Howard, Head of Education and Wellbeing at Smoothwall, who protect 22 million children globally across 25,100 schools. We discuss recent changes to KCSIE, the DfE Filtering and Monitoring Standards and the challenges of keeping pupils and staff safe in an ever changing landscape.

New Episode – Daren White

Academic Technologies Lead at Academies Enterprise Trust, Google Certified Trainer, Coach and Innovator and Microsoft MIE , Apple Teacher and #EdTech50 award winner Daren White clearly knows nothing about edtech, and doesn’t bring to this episode his years of experience and his thoughts on how we can empower people to feel free to use technology. We talk about tractors.  Find out more about Daren Twitter: Daren White – @edufuturists 🏆 23 | NPQLTD (@Ranga_EDU) / Read more…

New Episode – Traci Good

Keeping children and adults safe when using technology is a vital role, and Traci has started i-vengers.org.uk and works with schools to highlight, inform and transform digital safety. An interesting chat through how and why she is doing this work, the impact of the work and a scary insight using recent surveys of parents and children – as well as discussing emerging risks and trends. You can find Traci at: Listen now – or search Read more…

New Episode – Nick Brown

Nick was his school’s IT technician since year 9, where he introduced gaming to the curriculum – his career then developed as he became an official tech, network manager and school business manager. He then moved to Cardiff Uni, and now JISC, where he is a Senior M365 Solutions Architect. Nick is well know in EdTech for being the creator of HAP (Home Access Plus) which helped many schools access files from the web pre Read more…

New Episode with Neil Cheshire

“Everything you do, should be focused around the teaching and learning, and the facilitation around learning at the school, and everything you do supports the delivery of learning” Neil Cheshire – IT Manager, The Chase Malvern From the network manager point of view, this episode of EdTech People with Neil Cheshire from The Chase, Malvern talks about recruitment, the ways into the role, the unique environment of tech in education, mistakes we made and so much more – now Read more…

Season 2 – confirmed guests

I am very excited to announce the season 2 guest list (so far! we have a few more people to confirm, and they may start S3 at this rate!) You can already catch season 2 episodes 1 and 2 as they have been live since last year. I have had to take a bit of a break on the podcast front due to … life. But all the above are booked in over the next Read more…