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Produce staff ID cards
Provide help and guidance to pupils on an individual or group
basis within ICT lessons.
Ensure that as far as possible, pupils are not exposed to
inappropriate materials on the internet.
Work with pupils to promote safe use of ICT equipment and
sites at school and at home.
Work to establish a supportive relationship with children
Encourage acceptance and inclusion of all children with
Promote and reinforce the children’s self-esteem.
Ensure pupils know how to report any cyber bullying or
activity which causes concern.
Be aware of and follow all school policies and procedures, in
particular policies related to the use of ICT equipment and
sites Be aware of confidential issues linked to
home/pupil/teacher/school work and keep confidence as
Work with Arden Group and the Senior ICT Technician to
prepare an action plan linked to required investment to
ensure that ICT equipment meets the needs of the curriculum
Obtain quotes, which represent best value, for new ICT
equipment/ repairs etc.
Assist with workshops, training and clubs to promote the use
Contribute to the maintenance and development of the school
Ensure the security of IT data in accordance with Data
Protection and IT policies and procedures
Undertake requested instructions from SLT line manager.
Provide technical support
Assist with hardware installations and upgrades
Provide day to day ICT technical support.
Promote the use of ICT as an administrative and
management tool across the school.
Perform PC hardware repairs and upgrades;
Maintain common hardware found in school, install
applications and trouble-shoots problems;
Design and apply processes to manage configuration of
change in IT within the school;
Assist with the maintenance and development of school’s ICT
networks, including school backup, virus protection and
security procedures, advising on compatibility of hardware,
applications and operating systems;
Follow relevant IT Health and Safety procedures and raise
awareness among staff, pupils and other users;
Assist the Senior ICT Technician with the prioritisation of the
resolution of PC, printer and software faults, determining
whether external support is required;
Train staff on how to use ICT equipment and programmes;
Assist with maintaining an adequate supply of consumables
and replaces as necessary;
Assist in ensuring all users have access to ICT resources by
setting up new user accounts and passwords and email
Connect and set up and checking PC’s and peripherals for
Ensure basic safety checks are carried out, including annual
portable equipment testing.
Perform basic routines for checking status of both PC suites
and individual computers
Ensure all users have access to ICT resources by setting up
new user accounts and passwords and email groups
Comply with all relevant school policies and legislation,
maintaining appropriate records.
Ensure that a supply of consumable items such as printer
cartridges and toners are maintained and reordered as
Carry out back-ups of our network server at specific intervals.
Ensure virus protection is kept up to date.
Maintain the hardware database with new and updated
equipment following school policies for audit requirements.
Install new software, and documenting its use on the
Maintain the school domain, adding and deleting staff and
pupils as they join or leave the School
Undergo any training linked to the development of ICT and
disseminate the training to others.
Help identify personal training needs required to help
implement school priorities and enhance
own job performance
Undertake any other appropriate and reasonable duties that
may be required at the request of the Headteacher.