How one experience shaped our future
Our entire purpose as a company stems from this single experience.
In 2005, Glyn entered a classroom in Cornwall that left a lasting impression and later led him to form iCT4 with Josh in 2012. This was one of a handful of “classrooms of the future” in the UK – experimental projects designed to showcase the use of technology and innovative learning practices.
Anyone who has spent a minute working in education knows that a classroom of the future doesn’t resemble the reality in most UK schools. Instead of working with unlimited budgets and untested concepts, we’re often making existing resources stretch further and advising schools how to invest in systems that will stand the test of time.
However, Glyn’s experience made us appreciate how our expertise could make a positive social impact on young people’s lives and modernise the classroom for current and future students. Rather than wait for the perfect conditions for change, we decided to jump right in and help schools to adapt in a sector that’s evolving faster than most people realise.
Since the events of 2020, digital transformation and remote learning in education have taken a giant leap forward. We’re at the forefront of helping schools and MATs to prepare for a changing landscape.
Years of combined experience
Local Authorities covered
Our team come from education backgrounds
We develop strong relationships with our schools by assigning one of our team to each school. This approach means that we’re more like a full-time member of your faculty than an outside supplier. In fact, our Leadership Team have all worked “school-side” before joining iCT4:
Founded in Cornwall and partnered with schools in:
Bristol and Avon
Wales (Cardiff, Gwent, Newport, Monmouthshire and Powys)