PSM Magazine addresses the issues surrounding budgeting, recruitment and retention in the modern primary school, providing readers with a blend of articles on how to integrate better leadership and smarter spending.
NetSupport’s very own Group MD, Al Kingsley, featured in one of their latest articles, covering whether there is a place for technology co-production in primary schools.
As well as speaking about topics such as vendors’ intentions, alignment with digital strategies and engagement, Al also discusses the importance of teacher feedback and how to access state-of-the-art technologies whilst being cost effective. Readers can also see quotes from Dogsthorpe Infant School, a primary school located in Peterborough, which was instrumental in the development of ReallySchool, NetSupport’s primary school observations and assessment solution.
Here is a small sample of some of Al’s wider comments: “The main cost of co-production is usually time; implementation, training, feedback all adds up. If that cost cannot be attributed to an identified, long-term key objective, it’s a waste.”
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