Posted 25/09/2020 9.02am
Since the implementation of the GDPR Norfolk schools have made good use of the GDPRiS software and the DPO services from Data Protection Education to aid their journey to compliance.
The two organisations are pleased to announce their closer working partnership bringing together a depth of experience and understanding of schools to ensure that Norfolk schools can have peace of mind knowing that the information, guidance and support available to them will ensure their compliance with the GDPR.
Talking about Data Protection Education’s contribution, James England, Director of Data Protection Education, commented “We are proud to be working more closely with GDPRiS to help schools in Norfolk continue to meet and exceed the requirements of the GDPR. We passionately believe that together we will strengthen existing good practices in data protection by enhancing already sound procedures and methods”.
Lawrence Royston, co-CEO of GDPR in Schools said “This formally brings together two organisations that are at the forefront of helping Norfolk schools monitor and manage their compliance.
“The partnership has many benefits including having access to shared resources and expertise. The partnership recognises the importance of building on this collaborative approach that strengthens both organisations and enables us to better help schools ensure they meet the new data protection regulations.”
To hear from both GDPR Schools and Data Protection Education about the new partnership and the latest features available for monitoring and tracking Data Protection within your establishments, please join our webinar on the following dates/times:
Tuesday 6 October at 2pm – register here https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrdO6rpzwtG90V8ZVeJel5Hawc4iQnUauw
Thursday 8 October 3pm – register here https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwpdeqvpjwjEtf7IR1tE1l0Xh94gInmYnCG
New features video link https://vimeo.com/459330983
Posted 24/08/2020 11.59am
Do you have a new secretary this term?
We are able to offer a 2 hour overview of your MIS, Anycomms plus and guidance on how to request assistance/where to find help guides to ensure that the start to their new role is as smooth as possible.
The session would be held remotely by one of our experienced team members and the cost is £60.00.
If you would like to book a session, please register your interest at email@example.com and we will be in touch to discuss dates/times.
Updated 24/08/2020 11.28am
Offer extended to the 30th September 2020
Posted 13/05/2020 13:48
As you may have seen in the Government communications, they are recommending using either Google or Microsoft digital education platforms to support and deliver remote learning.
Other suppliers may be marketing you to take advantage of Government funding to move to one of these platforms. As a valued customer of ICT Solutions, we can offer advice, guidance and provision your platform free of charge if you register your interest before 30th September 2020.
It's a place where your pupil' learning experience at home can continue as close to normal as possible. The platforms are purpose-built for remote learning in a way that a school website isn't.
In short, if you get set up on one of the platforms, you'll be able to:
For either G-suite for Education or Microsoft 365 we can offer:
To help you establish which platform is right for you, view the comparison guide
To register your interest please complete this form and we will be in touch with you shortly to discuss your requirements
We are working directly with both Microsoft and Google Education teams for remote support best practice.