Curriculum Computing and Data Support

Home > School Improvement > Curriculum Computing and Data Support

Curriculum Computing and Data Support

Providing advice and support to develop teachers’ confidence in computing, helping to shape the computing curriculum, and ensuring schools are well-prepared to interrogate pupil performance data.
Upon agreeing your school’s needs, our advisory teacher will deliver two days of focused in-school support to meet computing curriculum requirements and/or support pupil data management.

The service also includes:

  • Access to a wide range of materials including curriculum software, computing maps and case studies.
  • Advice and support for online safety.
  • Introduction to new software and hardware to enhance your curriculum.
  • Termly subject leaders’ meetings to share best practice and plan improvements to schools.
  • Access to computing CPD.
  • Troubleshooting advice by phone or email throughout the year.
  • Advice about assessment systems and system effectiveness.
  • Data presentation materials including summaries of pupil performance data drawn from RM Integris.
  • Advice and support for implementing and developing remote learning.
  • Hands-on support, helping you to get the most from a variety of remote learning platforms.
  • BDSIP will offer at least two days to work in partnership with your school, supplemented throughout the year by ongoing support via phone and/or email.



Gillian Bratley
Gillian Bratley

Advisory Teacher


Gillian Bratley, Advisory Teacher for ICT

To discuss your requirements, contact: Gillian Bratley, Advisory Teacher for ICT, on 07968 511 883 or

How we can help your school

Related training & CPD

Literacy Skills for Secondary
Literacy Skills for Secondary

Event date - September 20, 2022

Event time - 9:30 am

Why should I attend? You are a Teaching Assistant who has a passion for improving children’s literacy skills.   The ... Read more


Event date - October 18, 2022

Event time - 9:00 am

What is NASENCo? This National Award for SEN is through a partnership between Barking and Dagenham and the University of East London ... Read more

Related resources