When the impact of Covid-19 affected the fundraising efforts of the Coedffranc PTA, and their usual amounts were not able to be raised, Coedffranc PTA needed some help to fund their annual Christmas Gifts for the pupils. That’s where Aspire 2Be were able to step in and spread some festive cheer! As an initiative to …

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When Bromley Primary School appointed a new digital lead, it was evident that they needed a clear snapshot of where the school was at that point digitally, looking at what they were doing, and how well it was being done. They also wanted to identify the most pressing areas where attention needed to be focused …

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Earlier this year, Coedffranc Primary School began to look to further understand how to develop the use of digital technologies across their school, but weren’t quite sure where to start, and so they decided to enlist the help of Aspire 2Be. Aspire 2Be recommended the eDCR process to Coedffranc, which is a digital change review …

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In 2019, Premiership Rugby Ltd planned to use the latest mobile technology, and sporting role models, to help primary aged school pupils to develop their digital literacy and important life skills by accessing the curriculum in a new and exciting way. To achieve this, Premiership Rugby turned to Aspire 2Be for their expertise and guidance. …

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Aspire 2Be Launches Apple Learning Institute in Port Talbot Global tech giants Apple, in collaboration with Wales’ leading learning technology specialists Aspire 2be, brought the UK launch of its new and innovative digital learning experience, the Apple Learning Institute, to Margam Park’s Orangery venue in Port Talbot last Tuesday. A select group of highly skilled …

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A teacher’s workload is ever increasing – What can we do to maintain good health and wellbeing? Having left the classroom in September, I now couldn’t be happier. Don’t get me wrong, I loved the teaching, but unfortunately that was the smallest part of my job. With more and more teachers leaving the profession, we’ve …

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