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Click here to see a video of innovative computing technologies being used in a Junior school

Peter Barrett

Following a successful career as a director in television and film production, Peter diversified and became ICT leader in a large primary school.  He significantly developed the pupils' learning of ICT across the school, creating projects such as Domex 2000. He became ICT project manager of Kings Cross Educational Action Zone implementing a laser network connecting 6 Primary and Secondary schools across the EAZ. He initiated many inspiring projects such as Virtual Carmen and the Genesis Project. Other exciting initiatives involved NASA, Expresso Education and the BBC. As well as managing projects using handheld learning devices, he organised and delivered customised ICT training for all the teachers in the schools in the EAZ. Peter has presented at many conferences including the Guardian ICT conference.  Previously a Specialist Computing Teacher at an Outstanding School, he believes young children are capable of using highly innovative technologies and starts teaching Video Editing to children at age 7. He excels in visualising how emerging technologies can be used in children's learning.

Lorraine Smith

Lorraine is a TV Producer with specialisms in community engagement and teaching TV Production and digital media skills to young people; excelling at developing innovative digital projects & activities with a computing, technology & creative focus.​ Following her career in finance, Lorraine diversified, studying psychology and SEND in depth, re-training to work holistically with families and children across Key Stages 1 to 4. She successfully set up children’s digital newspapers in multiple Primary schools, enabling children to lead their own digital platform where they could explore communication and use their voice in various ways, including photography and film. This facilitated many exciting opportunities for children in various digital formats, which were supported by Adobe, the BBC, children's authors, the London Borough of Bexley, artists from Aardman Animations and national children's newspaper First News, leading to many children having their writing published and talents recognised locally and nationally. Following this, during the pandemic,  pupils contributed digital media from their homes to create an online news programme. This documented their learning through the pandemic and achieved the First News Newspaper of the Year 2020 ‘Innovative News Project Award’. Other initiatives included the pupils using Adobe inDesign and Photoshop to produce their own digital content, winning the 'Innovative Use of Adobe Creative Cloud LGfL Digital Excellence Award 2020' and a £1000 prize for their school. Lorraine was previously a Specialist in ICT Development at an Outstanding School, integrating innovative technologies across the curriculum and continues to teach digital literacy in various Primary & Secondary schools.

Lorraine & Peter co-founded their independent not for profit company, end2end TV CIC in January 2021. Lorraine is a qualified Arts Award Adviser and can assess all five levels of these nationally recognized qualifications (equivalent to GCSE – AS Level standards). end2end TV is a successful Arts Award centre with a 100% success rate up to Gold Level 3 Standard, based at Hurstmere School.

Consultants who helped devise the clubs

Leon Cych

Leon has been an ICT leader for over 20 years in London schools and has been at the forefront of innovation in this field.  He taught coding for many years before it was introduced into the latest computing curriculum. He has been the editor of NAACe (National Association of Advisors for Computers in education) magazine for 2 years. He is currently a STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Maths) ambassador. He created the online niche Company L4LTV which streams live educational events and conferences to teacher communities. As a computing consultant he is involved with leading the research and development of emerging technologies.  His clients include BBC, TES, OU, University of Hull and Futurelab.

Paul Greenwood

Paul has been an ICT leader at several primary schools for over 15 years.  He is a Google certified teacher and has won many awards for the innovative use of new technologies. Notable awards were from London Grid for Learning (LGfL), BBC TV and the House of Commons.  He has led many computer training sessions for teachers in his local authority. He has a specialist knowledge of teaching programming and all aspects of filming and editing video in a range of formats. Paul is a specialist computing teacher introducing the latest emerging technologies into schools. 

Mike illuminated the way for all of us. His CV is in present tense as he was.

Mike Jupp (unexpectedly passed away 14/1/19 R.I.P.)

Following a career with British Telecom in developing Digital Telephone exchanges and specialised equipment, Mike left to pursue a career in education. He became ICT trainer and network support officer in Bexley Council. He was appointed Development Manager for the ICT group in the council and managed the introduction of LGfL networking to schools and libraries. Mike currently develops micro computers and other innovative resources for use in the advancement of coding in the classroom. He is a specialist in installing and operating Minecraft servers in schools. He has the knowledge and skills to appraise a curriculum network and advise on optimising its capabilities. Mike holds a BSc in Electronic Engineering, a MSc in Distributed Computing and a PGCE, all from the University of Greenwich.


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