© Copyright 2020 Innovit Education Limited - All Rights Reserved

The Innovit ICT Healthcheck provides an independent assessment of your school’s digital health.

Its purpose is very similar to a human health check in that all the parameters of your network’s well being are examined. From this audit, a report is written and presented to the school’s Senior Leadership Team, giving them a clear insight into how ICT impacts upon teaching, learning and administration, both now, and in the future..

  • Independent evidence
    No obligations – just facts, leaving you well informed to better manage existing suppliers and staff, engage external expertise (if required), or take action at some future date
  • Education Focus
    The report is presented in the educational context of your school by a consultant who is fully conversant with education and schools. It is underpinned by sufficient technical information to facilitate remediation, if required.
  • 360 degree assessment
    The assessment covers not just hardware, software, licensing and networks but also system management, procedures and routines, staff capability and staff’s confidence in the network.
  • Future proofing
  • The audit is carried out in the context of the school’s future vision so that the Leadership Team gains a clear insight into what needs to be done and in what order.
  • Plain English
  • The report is written and presented in non-technical language thus making the information provided more accessible and easy for the school decision makers to work with.

    "The Healthcheck report was brilliant. Everyone got something out of it and it gave the SLT confidence. We were very happy with all aspects of the process and it enabled us to make important strategic and operational decisions about the way forward."

    – Sarah Burns, Headteacher Sandbach School

    "The innovit report has helped us improve on a number of fronts and staff satisfaction with ICT across the school and in the technical team specifically is definitely at a significant high."

    – Ray Bodley, Assistant Headteacher, Fulford School

Created with Mobirise site templates