21st century learning in a 20th century building
Wayland Academy, Norfolk
Glen Allott is Assistant Principal at Wayland Academy, a small rural academy in Norfolk with 672 pupils age 11-16. Previously a Specialist Technology College, it was one of the first schools in Norfolk to convert to an Academy. It is part of the TEN Group (Transforming Education in Norfolk), a federation with City Academy Norwich – one of the most improved Academies group in the country.
"We have looked at how we too can harness the power of mobile without necessarily having each piece of the jigsaw readily in place. How can we provide 21st century learning in a 20th century built environment? Taking phones out of pockets and into our classrooms is already having a hugely positive effect."
Glen Allott, Assistant PrincipalRead full case study