How to set your ICT strategy
Follow our step-by-step guide to help you set your ICT strategy. Use our questions to get input from stakeholders, and download our template document when you start writing your strategy.
Gather initial feedback from all stakeholders
This includes school-level leaders and teachers, trust leaders and trustees, and pupils and parents. They won't all be involved in writing the strategy itself, but it's important you consider their needs and views while writing your strategy.
Start by asking broad questions
Ask for their opinions on the 5 questions below. You don't have to stick to these questions rigidly – they're intended to stimulate discussion and generate ideas:
Decide how involved the different stakeholder groups need to be and whether each question is fit for the group.
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