ICT Lesson Planning and ICT Teacher Support Services

ICT Curriculum Support Services and ICT Training for Teachers

ICT curriculum support with Classroom365 will help inspire all your staff to confidently use the ICT equipment in your school.

With our help, you will see this impact on teaching quality, children’s progress, and engagement in your classrooms.

We offer tailored classroom ICT lessons for pupils and ICT teacher training for your staff in a one-on-one or group learning environment.

It’s up to your school’s requirements how you would like it to work and develop your computing curriculum.

Discover our ICT training services and let us help to teach computing resources using all the popular iPad and Android apps. Book Creator, Purple Mash, Explain Everything, the standard Microsoft packages, and interactive whiteboard software are some of our essential learning tools.

ICT curriculum support and ICT teacher support services for London Schools

Our curriculum ICT software support teacher, Errol, is an experienced ICT teacher working in schools across London for us.

A free sample session with our ICT Trainer is included with all new service level agreements to give you an idea of how we can help support your school’s computing curriculum.

Schools have different needs and requirements, and we want to provide the absolute best service for you. Therefore, our prices are on an application basis, and multiple sessions can be purchased for a generous discount or as part of an ICT Service Level Agreement (ICT SLA), in which case there would be a fixed cost for the year for a weekly service.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us for further information.

ICT Curriculum Software for Teachers for London Schools

ICT Computing Curriculum Support – Classroom Apps We Work With

The 2Simple Purple Mash app is an ICT curriculum coding app and website for KS1 and KS2 primary school pupils

Purple Mash

2Simple Purple Mash is a cross-curricular website and app for primary schools. It delivers loads of activities, programs, and games in a creative environment. Subscription-based and includes home access for all pupils.

Stop Motion Studio app for iPads and tablets to make stop motion videos

Stop Motion Studio

Create fantastic stop motion films with a fully-featured movie editor for Key Stage 2 pupils. The toolkit is straightforward to use, and pupils can select their images or choose from an extensive library.

Scratch app and online website to learn coding, programming and animation for ICT lessons


It is a free online platform for pupils to code their animations, stories, games, and audio. It encourages collaboration and sharing user-generated content and is used by millions of children worldwide.

Puppet Pals is an fun Key Stage 1 iPad app for cartoon creation, animation and story telling

Puppet Pals

A simple primary school app for creating animations and cartoons. Pupils can act out a story or add their characters and backdrops in a simple and easy to use interface.

Hopscotch coding app to develop creative learning and problem solving skills for primary pupils


A drag and drop approach to coding with this popular iPad app lets pupils create their games and stories, enhancing their creativity and problem-solving skills. Popular across the world for Key Stages 2, 3 and 4.

Explain Everything online whiteboard app for remote learning

Explain Everything

A versatile online whiteboard app for teachers to create visually engaging material for classroom-based and remote lessons. Pupils can collaborate and contribute to lessons and presentations on a single dynamic shared place of work.

Classroom365 ICT Lesson Planning and Teaching Computing for Schools

Specialist ICT Lesson Plans and ICT Teaching Support for Schools

How do you get started? First, please don’t hesitate to contact us for an informal chat. We will arrange the following:

  • A phone call and meeting either in person or remotely between our ICT teacher and yourselves.
  • We will discuss your computing curriculum and areas you would like support, such as lesson planning, Key Stage 2 coding programs, or problem-solving with Raspberry Pi. Of course, you can mix it up too.
  • In most cases, primary schools take out a service level agreement with us for a half-day a week for term time only and our ICT teaching specialist will visit every week at a fixed time.
  • We also provide the technical support to the lessons.