Shaping the Classroom of The Future

Reaching all learners with iPad at the Museum of London

Wednesday 14th November 2018 | Museum of London, London

Academia invites you to an inspirational event at The Museum of London. 

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Why attend?

The session will explore the vital role leaders play in identifying, learning and managing change in school environments especially about driving transformational learning with Apple technology. If you are a school leader interested in identifying clear ways to shape learning for the future in your school this event is essential.


All attendees will leave with essential resources to enable them to identify, lead and sustain change and shape learning for the future in their schools.

Who Should Attend?

The event is ideal for Senior Leadership Team (SLT) members at Independent and state-funded Schools

Day Schedule





Welcome from Academia


Apple in Education and our Journey” – Simon Pile, Anson Primary


“Deploying Technology is easy, said no-one ever” – Tom Able-Green  


“What is; what could be” – Paul Hutton

What is your vision?
What will the impact be on teaching and learning?
How can technology reinforce your vision and bring it to reality?
What is working well and you need to do more of?
What isn’t working well and you need to do less of?
What is your priority in school around technology and learning?


“Our vision 3 years ago and the impact now”: An Independent school perspective – Jo Maule, Talbot Heath Independent School for Girls.





Afternoon agenda, recap on morning and orientation


Fostering Creativity with Apple Technologies


Live Workshop – iPad Task.


“The importance of essential planning” – Tom Able-Green




Transforming Teaching with Apple Technologies – Paul Hutton


“Sustainability and supporting you on your journey” – Tom Able-Green


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Paul Hutton

Paul Hutton


Paul is a highly experienced teacher and engaging presenter across all ages and phases. He is passionate about inspiring quality learning, exploiting creativity and enabling all users to show their learning with technologies in a wide range of contexts.


In addition to teaching in the UK he taught in France and in Australia; he led ICT development as a local authority consultant for a decade, worked in leadership teams and served as vice chair on a school governing body. Paul is an Apple Distinguished Educator and an Apple Education Trainer.

Tom Able-Green

Tom Able-Green


Tom is our Education Solutions Manager and responsible for the Apple’s proposition from Academia in terms of a strategic teaching and learning perspective across all education sectors from Early Years to Higher Education including SEND.

Simon Pile

Simon Pile


Simon is a passionate educator who puts creativity at the heart of the curriculum. In the classroom he looks to inspire learners to think differently about what technology can do for them. As a result, the children in his classrooms are authentic creators who use film, radio and the power of the written word to share their work with a global audience.


In addition, Simon runs the Brent Apple Regional Training Centre, is an Apple Distinguished Educator and sits on the Apple Education Advisory Board. He is also an Into Film Ambassador and Editorial Board Member on the London Grid for Learning. In 2016 he was chosen as Teacher of the Year at the National Into Film Awards.

Jo Maule

Jo Maule


Jo is the E-Learning Manager at a high-performing independent girls school on the sunny south coast. All pupils, aged 3-18 have 1:1 iPads, plus staff, with approximately 700 iPads to manage on a daily basis. Jo is also the Apple Regional Training Centre Manager, as well as being responsible for staff training and assisting teachers in embedding technology into the curriculum. Coming from a military and IT background, Jo is passionate about technology and learning, as well as scuba diving, boxing and cinema.

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