Primary school pupil is inspired by what she can see in a VR headset

Edtech is an incredibly powerful tool, but technology alone does not lead to improved educational outcomes.

Instead, evidence suggests technology should be used to supplement, rather than replace, other forms of teaching, activities and interactions.

As this article from the Education Endowment Foundation attests, introducing new technology on its own is unlikely to have an impact; it must be accompanied by a change in pedagogy to improve learning.

Our flagship Edtech Leaders Programme transforms Digital Leads into confident edtech specialists with the means to optimise edtech in their schools.

For more please visit the dedicated page for this edtech programme.

If you have any questions, or would like to speak to a member of our specialist edtech consultants, then please email us at or telephone 0800 622 6283.