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Abs ict vision and strategy 2010 2013
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  1.     ICT VISION & STRATEGY 2010 – 2013
  2. ICT Vision Statement ABS aims:- • to become the leading school in the region for integrating technology in all aspects of education and to ensure that ICT is at the centre of Learning and Teaching at ABS • to prepare students for an increasingly technology-driven world and to ensure that students are able to use technology critically, creatively, safely, ethically and in a responsible manner CWE: November 2009
  3. ABS ICT STRATEGIC PLAN  2010 ‐ 2013 OBJECTIVE MAIN ACTION LEAD TIME SCALE HOW IMPACT  RESOURCES INDICATORS What are we trying to do? What main action(s) are  By when? INSET, Working Groups etc How will we measure  Training: costs, source required to do this? impact? 1 To create a whole  1.1 Create an ICT Strategic  Prin, DoR Sep 09 Director of  Group is created  Staff time school vision and  Planning Group that  Resources identifies  and meets regularly approach represents all four  staff who will form  schools and  the ICT strategic  administration Planning Group 1.2 Create a whole school  DoR Oct 09 ICT Strategic  Approval by Mgt  Staff time vision statement for  Planning Group Team, BoT, used in  ICT at ABS school publications 1.3 Create an ICT Strategic  DoR Nov 09 ICT Strategic  Approval by Mgt  Staff time Plan for ABS that  Planning Group Team, BoT, used in  reflects the school's  school publications Aims and Mission 1.4 Develop detailed ICT  HoS Mar 10 School working  Published, clear  Management and  plans for each school  groups action plans for each  staff time and the  school that relate to  administration to link  the whole school  with the whole school  plan plan 1.5 Develop strategies to  Prin, DoR,  Jan 10 Finance Mtgs, BEF,  Funds are available  Management, BEF  fund the ICT plan Finance  Board Finance Sub‐ for proposed  members and  Mgr Committee ICTdevelopments Finance Sub‐ Committee time CWE: Revised 9 December 2009
  4. ABS ICT STRATEGIC PLAN  2010 ‐ 2013 OBJECTIVE MAIN ACTION LEAD TIME SCALE HOW IMPACT  RESOURCES INDICATORS What are we trying to do? What main action(s) are  By when? INSET, Working Groups etc How will we measure  Training: costs, source required to do this? impact? 2 To ensure that ICT is at  2.1 Periodic evaluation  VPs' E‐ Annual Apr‐May VPs, Heads of  Publication of  Staff time the centre of Learning  and revision of ICT in  Learning Co‐ Schools, Heads of  evaluation findings  and Teaching at ABS the KG‐12 curriculum ord, HoS Departments, e‐ and revised KG‐12  learning co‐ ICT in the  ordinator, IT staff Curriculum plan 2.2 Phased introduction  DoR, HoS, IT  Aug 10 for first  Phased introduction  Reduced total  Cost of laptops,  of laptops for  Manager deployment of laptops for staff.  number of PCs, staff  carts, completion of  students and staff Increased use of  'ownership' of own  wireless. Training  laptops by students.  laptop producing  for staff. Additional  Phased introduction  fewer IT technical  IT Technician. Some  of laptops on carts  issues compared to  improvements to  for younger grades. using multiple PCs.  power infrastructure  Higher levels of staff  and storage  ICT competence.  facilities. Greater use of ICT in  learning and  teaching. 2.3 Develop a staffing  Prin, VPs,  Dec 09 Meetings Improved  Recruitment,  structure of ICT  DoR, HoS management and  training of staff,  expertise to ensure  strategic direction time allowances that the vision can be  met
  5. ABS ICT STRATEGIC PLAN  2010 ‐ 2013 OBJECTIVE MAIN ACTION LEAD TIME SCALE HOW IMPACT  RESOURCES INDICATORS What are we trying to do? What main action(s) are  By when? INSET, Working Groups etc How will we measure  Training: costs, source required to do this? impact? 2.4 Provide a structured  VPs, HoS, E‐ Ongoing, plan for  Meetings,  Improved staff  Cost of providing  and evaluated  Learning Co‐ the following  identifying  competencies,  INSET,  staff time programme of staff  ord academic year in  appropriate training  improved use of ICT  training and  May and areas that  in classroom for  development to  needto be targetted learning and  ensure that the vision  teaching can be met 2.5 Evaluate and develop  Prin, E‐ Jun 10 with annual  Review available  Improved student  Cost of additional  integration strategies  Learning Co‐ review software and/or  achievements, more  software, training,  in Learning Support  ord, CLS  software and  integration in class,  staff time for challenged  Counsellor peripherals to  less need for  students support student  teacher support needs
  6. ABS ICT STRATEGIC PLAN  2010 ‐ 2013 OBJECTIVE MAIN ACTION LEAD TIME SCALE HOW IMPACT  RESOURCES INDICATORS What are we trying to do? What main action(s) are  By when? INSET, Working Groups etc How will we measure  Training: costs, source required to do this? impact? 3 To develop  3.1 Appoint Data Officer DoR Nov 09 Internal and  Appointment made Additional salary electronic  external adverts,  administration  Interviews throughout all four  3.2 Develop and  DoR, DoS,  Jan 10 ‐ Aug 11 Dir of Resources and  Successful staff use  Basic modules  schools by ensuring  implement modules of  DO Data Officer work  of discipline,  already purchased,  that the electronic  the student  with Offtec  scheduling and  annual updates and  administration  administration system  technical support  reporting modules  maintenance costs systems are being  for Discipline,  and key school staff  that replace existing  effectively utilised Scheduling and  to devise  systems. Easier data  Reporting appropriate systems entry, more efficient  processes 3.3 Develop a virtual  E‐Learning  Phased  E‐Learning Co‐ord  Delivery of e‐ Staff time. Annual  learning platform Co‐ord implementation Sep ‐ plans training and  learning to students.  support agreement  Jul 11 implementation Clear plan for  for software distance learning in  case of school or  section closure. 3.4 Establish a secure  DoR, DO,  Jun 10 Data Officer builds  Staff access to  Initial cost of  staff intranet IT Mgr structure and adds  school current software already  documents documents budgetted in 2009‐ 10. Staff time. 3.5 Periodically evaluate  DoR Review whole site at  DoR/HoS/HoD  Clear, informative,  Annual server space  and review ABS  end of each  evaluate content  easy to use website  rental, staff time.  website semester. New site  and provide updates  designed for target  Costs of major site  design Jan 2013 and ideas for  audience maintenance and  improvements new site.
  7. ABS ICT STRATEGIC PLAN  2010 ‐ 2013 OBJECTIVE MAIN ACTION LEAD TIME SCALE HOW IMPACT  RESOURCES INDICATORS What are we trying to do? What main action(s) are  By when? INSET, Working Groups etc How will we measure  Training: costs, source required to do this? impact? 3.6 Investigate and  IT Mgr Annual  ICT Strategic  Able to complete  Cost of software /  implement where  recommendations  Planning group  tasks faster and with  hardware. Training. necessary tools to  for inclusion in Dec  reviews suggestions less time. Possible  improve productivity  budget reduction in staff. and efficiency in the  administration 3.7 Implement and  VPs, HoS Dec 11 Meet with  Clear mapping of  Cost of Curriculum  evaluate a Curriculum  Curriculum Mapping  whole school  Mapping Software.  Mapping System System provider to  curriculum KG‐12 Staff time. discuss ABS  requirements 3.8 Produce digital  Head of  Dec 11 Media Centre staff  Searchable database  Staff time. Archiving  archive of ABS history MC, IT Mgr collect documents,  of school history  system software.  identify appropriate  since school opened Hardware. materials and  catalogue
  8. ABS ICT STRATEGIC PLAN  2010 ‐ 2013 OBJECTIVE MAIN ACTION LEAD TIME SCALE HOW IMPACT INDICATORS RESOURCES What are we trying to  What main action(s) are required  By when? INSET, Working Groups etc How will we measure impact? Training: costs, source do? to do this? 4 To ensure that  4.1 IT infrastructure to by  DoR, IT  Aug 10 External audit Report, action plans Cost of bringing in  the school has  audited by external  Mgr external audit  the necessary  Educational Technology  person infrastructure to  consultant every 2 years support further  developments 4.2 Produce a 3‐year plan  DoR, IT  Dec 09  then  Meetings Clear strategy for  Cost of identified  for maintaining and  Mgr annual review maintenance, upgrades  hardware / software upgrading infrastructure  and replacements with  to meet the  cost implications requirements from  schools and  administration 4.3 Progressively increase  IT Mgr Aug 10 ‐ 8 Mb,    Consultation with  Faster access, ability to  Annual Internet  Internet bandwidth in  Aug 11 ‐ 16 Mb,   Internet providers:  use higher bandwidth  access fees,  order to support the  Aug 12 ‐ 32 Mb upgrading  applications eg  additional hardware  required needs microwave link,  videostreaming at server side considering  alternatives 4.4 Ensure that robust  IT Mgr Aug 10 with annual  Consultation and  Successful restores  Cost of new  methods of backup and  review through  researching industry  both as an exercise and  software and  security exist and are  audit by external  best practice for real hardware tested in order to  body guarantee the safety of  all data 4.5 Periodically review all IT  IT Mgr,  Mar 10 then  Meetings,  Clear procedures,  Staff time related procedures,  DoR annually reviewing,  policies and  policies and  structuring  documentation that are  documentation documentation periodically updated
  9. ICT STRATEGIC PLAN COSTS 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 Capital Expense Capital Expense Capital Expense 2.2 Phased intro of laptops for staff 60/40/20 @850 51,000 34,000 17,000 Wireless 17,300 - - Laptop carts for JS Gr 6 / 5 - 4 carts - 51,400 - Laptop carts for JS Gr 4 / 3 - 4 carts - - 51,400 PCs (DT - specialist area) 12,100 Additional Technician (Staffing Budget) - - - - - Improvements to power infrastructure 1,100 200 200 Training for staff (PD Budget) - - - Equivalent to one extra teaching staff (could be in time 2.3 allowances across many staff) 15,000 15,000 15,000 2.4 Prof Dev (PD Budget) - - - 2.5 Learning Support (Hardware, Software) 2,000 2,000 2,000 3.1 Data Officer Salary (Staffing Budget) - - - 3.2 Annual Support Agreement 8,500 8,500 8,500 Edline Web Hosting 2,900 2,900 2,900 Additional Modules/Tools 5,407 2,500 2,500 3.4 Intranet Dashboard 4,000 400 400 3.5 Website 500 500 10,000 500 With laptops we should use MS Exchange to provide unified 3.6 communication system - - 8,750 AD Manager Plus - managing user accounts 900 - - Media Communication Centre Interface - 3,500 - HelpDesk Software (also for Maintenance) 5,950 800 800 3.7 Curriculum Mapping Software 2,000 4,100 4,100 3.8 Digital archive of ABS history 5,000 4.1 Consultation fees 5,000 - 5,000 4.2 Printers (additional + replacement) 6,800 5,800 5,800 Theatre Data Projector 12,000 LCD screen info/news system for Reception & College 3,920 Data Projectors 16/20/20 14,880 18,600 18,600 Scanners 3/3/3 600 600 600 Server RAM 3,200 - - Multi-Function Printer for Admin 3,500 NetOp Software (100 computer licence) 3,100 Other expenses (detail in 2010/11 ICT Budget) 64,583 64,583 64,583 UPS power circuits 9,450 Software - Curriculum 12,656 5,000 5,000 SMART CE Response Systems 1,100 1,100 1,100 Smartboards with cabling (JS) 19,925 - - 4.3 8 / 16 / 32 Mb bandwidth annual cost (microwave) 27,000 40,000 60,000 Additional hardware - 4,700 2,400 4.4 Backup System 7,800 1,000 1,000 ANNUAL TOTAL 188,188 118,483 151,900 137,783 130,350 157,783 TOTAL CAPITAL 470,438 TOTAL EXPENSE 414,049 + NEW KG HARDWARE (2009/10) 45,692 NOTE: All costs EXCLUDE TAX CWE: 9 December 2009

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