Stuart Swann - Director
Stuart qualified as a primary teacher in 1995 and holds a Bachelor of Education.
During his school career, he led on music and ICT and developed a bespoke scheme of work for ICT that supported the wider curriculum through innovative, project-based learning.
From 2002 to 2011, Stuart was an Advisory Teacher for ICT in the London Borough of Greenwich, and Manager of the borough’s City Learning Centre scheme.
He has been a Lego Education Academy Certified Trainer since 2011 and regularly works with teachers in both primary and secondary schools in the UK and globally, and with a diverse range of organisations.
He is an experienced learning designer, and has written curriculum content and teacher resources for LEGO Education, SAM Labs, pi-top and KUBO.
Stuart is also an Apple Professional Learning Specialist and works with schools and students, helping them implement Apple technologies into the classroom.
Stuart is a former Vice Chair of NAPE (National Association for Primary Education) and was one of two representatives from the UK as part of a two-year research project examining the implementation and assessment of the European Key Competencies for Learning.
Twice a year, Stuart co-runs 4-day creative arts residential courses for young people where he leads on music.
John Abrahams - Director
John's most recent post was Assistant Head Teacher of a large secondary school, responsible for the delivery of ICT and implementing all aspects of the school’s IT infrastructure. He has previously worked as an IT advisor for ILEA, implementing IT in Design and Technology. This included recommending hardware and software to schools and developing training for students and teachers. He also worked for a number of years with LEGO Dacta UK to develop what is now their NXT computer controlled system.
John was seconded to Greenwich Local Authority with responsibility for; developing the IT network used across 3 City Learning Centres, supporting secondary school Network Managers and technicians and advising on the expenditure of a large capital budget.
John has project managed procurement, distribution and training for BECTA initiatives including; Laptop for teachers, Interactive white boards, caching servers for schools and Computers for Pupils.
John currently provides advice and support for a number of school refurbishments and new builds that require installation of a whole school IT infrastructure. He has over 30 years teaching experience.