ICT Facility Award

Awarded to the educational establishment in the UK that has made outstanding progress in the provision of a first class environment for the teaching of ICT and related subjects.

2018 Winner
Leighton Park School

2018 ICT Facility Award Winner - Leighton Park School
Leighton Park School has been awarded as a Centre of Excellence for Computer Science. It has been able to disseminate support and guidance through its vast and varied experiences that it provides young people, both within the school and the wider Thames Valley Community through its whole school iSTEM+ initiative. This has included trips to leading IT organisations such as Google, Microsoft and Cisco, empirical academic research all of which has been shared with many primary and secondary schools across the UK and Europe.


Royal Alexandra and Albert School, Surrey
de Ferrers Academy, Staffordshire
Ecclesfield School, Sheffield

2017 Winner
Rendcomb College

2017 ICT Facility Award Winner - Rendcomb College
Five years ago, ICT lacked support and interest at Rendcombe, with the number of pupils taking the subject in decline. New courses and staff were introduced to reinvigorate STEM education at secondary level. Now, pupil engagement with technology-enhanced learning is at an all-time high. A recently introduced Digital Leaders scheme lets pupils become the teachers and coach their peers and staff in better use of technology.


Rotherithe Primary School, London
Blenheim Primary, Wales
All Saints Church in Wales Primary School
The Royal Alexandra and Albert School, Surrey

2016 Winner
Westmorland Primary School, Lancashire

Westmorland School has a track record of succeeding with children with some of the most complex learning needs under the ethos ‘we learn to live together, together we live to learn’. The school recognised that computing and technology needed to be developed in order to engage pupils using their areas of interest and strengths, which was predominantly ICT. This led to the school investing in an iPad per child, which has allowed students to develop a new interest in specific learning. The use of iPads has seen individual academic progress in literacy, removed the threat of ‘pen and paper’, challenged traditional teaching methods, and resulting in a shared passion and enthusiasm for the ICT across the whole school, which feeds into all learning.

Portway Junior School, Hampshire
Clevedon School, North Somerset

2015 Winner
King’s Ely School, Cambridgeshire

King’s Ely is quickly gaining a reputation as a trailblazer when it comes to the use of ICT. Despite its medieval buildings, the school is making advancements in ICT provision including four computing rooms, Bring-Your-Own-Device initiatives and taking part in a Europe-wide Erasmus project to build digital resources.

Lancaster Royal Grammar School, Lancaster
The Wallace High School, Co Antrim
Hillside Community First School, Dorset
Slinfold CE Primary School, West Sussex