Conyers School Case Study
Engaging disaffected learners
and driving innovative teaching
practice at Conyers School
When Conyers School wanted to make learning more accessible and help teachers innovate, they joined our e7 Pilot in order to trial iPad. 18 months later, they have a 1:1 rollout, 67% of students think iPad is improving their work, and they’ve just hosted their first iPad for Learning Conference for local schools.
When Conyers School wanted to make learning more accessible and help teachers innovate, they joined our e7 Pilot in order to trial iPad. 18 months later, they have a 1:1 rollout.
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What did they need?
A way to trial iPad in their classrooms, plus training and support throughout the rollout, which included a parental contribution scheme.
How did we help?
Conyers took part in our 1:1 iPad trial, the e7 Pilot, in order to ascertain whether iPad was right for them. When they decided to go 1:1, we provided iPad, support, training and a school-branded purchasing portal for parents.
What were the benefits?
The school was able to roll out iPad (including the parental purchasing scheme) with minimal impact on admin and support staff. Parents, students and teachers report that learning is more engaging and accessible, and 75% of students say iPad helps them understand topics where they’d struggled previously.
“Jigsaw24 are a really good company. They’re supportive of us, and not just at point of order – it goes beyond that, into the life of the school. For all the things you need to make a 1:1 system work, Jigsaw24 are there.”
Chris Coleman, Director of IT, Conyers School.
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Who are Conyers School?
A high-achieving secondary school and Sixth Form in Stockton-on-Tees, Conyers School aims to encourage independent, determined students and enthusiastic, empathetic people who will contribute positively to their community.