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Anne Garner


Personal Statement

Personal Statement

I have been a teacher for more than thirty years. The last seventeen years as a head teacher with a regular teaching commitment teacher of a small but dynamic rural infant school in Telford & Wrekin LA.

For many years I have been actively engaged in the development of ICT and the impact the technologies can have upon learning for young people.

I am passionate that teaching and learning should be a creative and meaningful process for pupils.

I encourage my staff to engage in action research to enable them to develop reflective practices that have the potential to improve the learning opportunities for our pupils.

I lead on many aspects of ICT in my school and am keen that staff development is supported by access to high quality CPD opportunities.

On a National level, I have participated in research conducted with Becta, The University of Wolverhampton and other leading institutions on the use of ICT in teaching and learning.

Church Aston School has been a host school for the National College of School Leadership program Strategic Leadership of ICT.

The school was awarded the ICT Mark in March 2007.

In recent years I have been working on developing the school's website to include an e learning platform.

My most recent project is the development of an eTwinning partnership with the support of the British Council.

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