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Stay up to date with NetSupport’s latest broadcasts and listen back to our previous podcasts on topics such as safeguarding, digital citizenship and teaching with edtech – plus, catch up on all the activity and interviews with key education experts from recent Bett shows.You can also listen to chats about all things education-related from specialists in the sector in our Big Education Debates, as well as learn about how edtech can help your school or Trust with managing its IT, complying with GDPR – and much more!

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Stay up to date with NetSupport’s latest broadcasts and listen back to our previous podcasts on topics such as safeguarding, digital citizenship and teaching with edtech – plus, catch up on all the activity and interviews with key education experts from recent Bett shows.You can also listen to chats about all things education-related from specialists in the sector in our Big Education Debates, as well as learn about how edtech can help your school or Trust with managing its IT, complying with GDPR – and much more!

    Of Primary Importance Podcast by ReallySchool - Ep. 5 - Therapeutic animals in education

    Of Primary Importance Podcast by ReallySchool - Ep. 5 - Therapeutic animals in education

    In this episode, we are joined by Kerry Williams-Kendall.

    Kerry is the Vice Principal at Boothroyd Primary Academy in West Yorkshire. She is leading on Teaching and Learning, Curriculum and Pupil Premium as well as a staff governor. She is leading a  research forum for the focus trust and developing a CPF training model for the wider area. She has been in senior leadership since 2006 and worked in many schools a lead on many different subjects. She also wrote policies and procedures around issues such as fertility treatment and miscarriage while teaching, a subject she is very passionate about.

    In this episode we discussed Therapeutic animals in education and how they can have a beneficial impact on pupils, staff and parents.

    You can follow Kerry on Twitter at @Skyrish2011
    You can also follow Boothroyd Primary Academy at @BoothroydAcad
    You can follow me (Kat Cauchi) on Twitter at @ReallyschoolK

    • 39 min
    The 'Check it out!' show - November

    The 'Check it out!' show - November

    This July, the 10th episode of the ‘Check it out!’ show is offering new education solution/service providers to take to the floor and showcase their offering to educators.

    Each guest will get five minutes to showcase their solution LIVE – providing a burst of inspiration for schools.

    You can also watch the show back here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7avdY3_W_00


    Interested in entering for an opportunity to be featured? https://www.netsupportsoftware.com/showcase

    • 1 hr 25 min
    TipTopTipsEdu - School IT Management, Coaching and Cloud Computing - Jordan Smithson

    TipTopTipsEdu - School IT Management, Coaching and Cloud Computing - Jordan Smithson

    Welcome to another episode of #TipTopTipsEdu. In this episode, it was great to welcome Jordan Smithson to the show.

    Jordan Smithson is a bit of an inspiration. Already an experienced rugby coach, having worked with many teams and with England Rugby, Jordan is the IT Manager and Project Lead at All Saints' Primary School in Peterborough. He is also a Microsoft MIE Trainer and a passionate advocate for cloud technologies. He also founded his own business, JS COACHING.

    Linking to Jordan’s passion for collaborative work and learning, rugby, coaching, cloud technologies and all things edtech, I dug deep into his experience to gain insights for sharing in this episode.

    With questions posed to get the most out of this experience, I asked:

    1. Teacher confidence levels are super important when it comes to engagement with edtech. What are your top tips for engaging with teachers and helping them learn best practices when using edtech?

    2. You have extensive experience as a rugby coach. What tips have you learned from this experience that you bring to your work with teachers?

    3. You’re a big fan of cloud computing. What advice would you give to any schools looking to migrate local infrastructure to the cloud?

    4. I know you’re and advocate of collaboration, so what top tips could you share for collaborating at a local, national or global level?

    5. The floor is open, Jordan! Do you have any final tips that you’d like to share with our audience?

    These questions brought about some fantastic responses from Jordan – a true inspiration. But you’ll have to watch or listen to the episode to hear his insights!

    To learn more about Jordan, his work and his various social accounts, please visit Jordan’s website at https://jordansmithson.com or follow him on social media using @MrJSmithson_edu. 

    Thanks to Jordan for taking some time out of his busy schedule to catch up and share his #TipTopTipsEdu on the show!

    • 28 min
    Andy Earp: How NetSupport Manager can support your business

    Andy Earp: How NetSupport Manager can support your business

    In this episode of NetSupport Radio, we are joined by Andy Earp as we explore some of the many ways that NetSupport Manager can support your business, save you time, money and help support remote working without the need for any VPNs! 
    One of the most interesting parts of the conversation was learning about the significant number of use-case scenarios for using NetSupport Manager. 
    Whether you’re a small business wanting to support remote working, a factory looking to support your machinery on the production line, a retail organisation looking at supporting your POS locations or simply looking for a way to reduce the number of journeys your technicians need to make to your different sites, NetSupport Manager can help you. 
    In this conversation, we asked a variety of questions such as:
    Who can use NetSupport Manager?What types of connections are supported by NetSupport Manager?What security settings are available in NetSupport Manager to secure access to my Client and Controls?What different ways can you apply a NetSupport Manager configuration?Is it possible to automate the features of NetSupport Manager? 

    • 16 min
    Of Primary Importance Podcast by ReallySchool - Ep. 4 - Inclusive Books

    Of Primary Importance Podcast by ReallySchool - Ep. 4 - Inclusive Books

    In this episode, we are joined by Azuraye Williams (@chocpud85) and Lesley Berrington (@Hattiesfriends).
    Lesley is a NNEB Nursery Owner turned Inclusive Author of the 'Hattie and friends' series of story books. Her books feature positive images of disability, with familiar themes and educational content. The books are suitable for all young children. Lesley believes children need to see disability in books to learn acceptance, respect and understanding for the differences we all have.
    Azuraye is a year 6 teacher, science lead, PE lead and Diversity, Equality and Inclusion lead for school and trust.  She has been teaching for 10 years and has said that every year brings new challenges and experiences. She has a real passion for DEI in education especially being a black, female teacher herself. She feels her own life experiences are something she personally brings to role and is part of her passion for better representation, diversity and inclusion in books. 
    In this episode we discussed inclusive books- how books can be more inclusive, why representation in books is so important and more.
    You can follow Azuraye on Twitter at @chocpud85  and check out Azuraye’s Journey to the job blog post along with her other fantastic content. 
     You can follow Lesley on Twitter at @Hattiesfriends, Instagram at @hattieandfriendsauthor, Linkedin Lesley Berrington,  Facebook Hattie and friends author  and on Youtube  Hattie and Friends. You can also check out her website https://hattieandfriends.com/ to find out more about her books include where and how they can be purchased 
    You can follow me (Kat Cauchi) on Twitter at @ReallyschoolK 

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Of Primary Importance Podcast by ReallySchool - Ep. 3 - Minecraft Education Edition project

    Of Primary Importance Podcast by ReallySchool - Ep. 3 - Minecraft Education Edition project

    In this episode, we are joined by Kate McCallam (@ChattyStaffroom).
    Kate is a Year 6 teacher and Computing lead at an independent school in York with 15 years of experience teaching predominantly in Year 6. She is a Literacy specialist and MFL graduate who loves creative curriculum, research, sharing ideas and chatty staffrooms. She also has a previous life in TV production!
    I talked to Kate about her Minecraft Education Edition project with two Year 6 classes. Here are some of the questions I asked her:
    You can follow Kate on Twitter at @ChattyStaffroom
    You can follow me (Kat Cauchi) on Twitter at @ReallyschoolK 

    • 42 min

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