Nowadays teachers have a whole range of tools at their disposal to help deliver the Curriculum, including ICT tools.
Sometimes it's right to teach specific ICT skills, sometimes it's right to allow children to use ICT as a tool for learning in other subjects, sometimes you know that ICT is the only way to get the point across, and other times you deliberately need to avoid using it.
Getting this balance right isn't easy, and many teachers struggle to integrate ICT into the Curriculum and embed it into their everyday practice.
Partly this is because of practical resourcing issues and partly this is because ICT moves on so rapidly it's easy to feel left behind.
We can help - by discussing the practical issues teachers may be facing and suggesting alternative ways forward, and by looking over your school's planning and helping you identify places where ICT can effectively help support the students' learning.