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The IncludED service can offer a wide range of support for the effective and inclusive use of LGfL Learning Resources and technology within schools.
The most effective way of staying up to date is to sign up for the IncludED, training newsletter and curriculum blogs.
We can also offer online and in school support for teaching and Senior staff on how to incorporate learning resources effectively into high quality everyday Teaching and Learning.
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IncludED Blogs

The EnergisED curriculum blog offers a wide range of carefully curated blog's on relevant and timely issues for all educators across the LGfL Community.
Featuring a blend of topical insights, updates and links to both LGfL and other external but highly relevant material sit up to day to a carefully curated reading experience for educators.

IncludED Curriculum Newsletter sign up

The IncludED newsletter offers a simple update on the latest inclusive resources and opportunities across the LGfL community. This could include new learning resources launches, special in school events or pilot projects or competitions to take part in. It's the the most effective way of staying up to date and not missing out.

Training Newsletter sign up

The training newsletter offers a simple update on the latest training opportunities from the InspirED service featuring guidance on how to maximise the resources in the EnrgisED service

Meet the IncludED Team

Bob Usher - LGfL Content Manager

Bob Usher
LGfL Content Manager

Bob Usher was a former secondary school teacher and pastoral & curriculum leader. Bob leads LGfL’s work on the curriculum content and the strategic adoption of technology to enhance everyday teaching and learning. He has been responsible for a range of ground-breaking and award-winning initiatives including the acceleration of new technologies such as Augmented and Virtual Reality across the curriculum, the PedTech portal and the Digital Transformation Toolkit. He was a regional lead for the Dfe Edtech Demonstrator Programme supporting senior leaders during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

John Galloway

John Galloway
Inclusion Consultant

John is a specialist in the use of technology to support the inclusion of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in the curriculum. His work covers all phases of schools and learners with a very broad range of SEND. He has devised and delivered courses at post-graduate and foundation degree levels, and taught teaching assistants at many different levels, including NVQ. His articles have appeared in TES, Guardian, Special Children, SECED, and Special World, along with a diverse range of blogs. His several books include co-authoring, 'Learning with Mobile and Handheld Technologies' ' winner of Best Book in the 2015 Technology and Innovation Awards.

Carol Allen - Inclusion Consultant

Carol Allen
Inclusion Consultant

Carol Allen is an education advisor for ICT and Inclusion. Carol is currently a member of the DfE Assistive Technology Expert Group; a BETT Awards Judge and has also been a panel member and contributor to sessions at the House of Lords for the APPGAT (All-Party Parliamentary Group for Assistive Technology) committee. Workshop/keynote presentations include Singapore, FETC and ATIA Florida, Illinois District educators summer conference; Indianapolis, Denmark, BETT, Birmingham, Rotterdam, Manchester, Geneva, Cologne, Indiana, London and two five-city conference/workshop tours round Australia in 2018 and 2019. Current bookings are in place for Oregon and Australia for 2023. All work centres on easy to replicate practice which is fun, achievable and creates communication enhancement opportunities. 

Belinda Evans

Belinda Evans
Inclusion Consultant

Belinda has been a Primary Teacher for over 18 years and an advanced skills teacher for the borough of Lewisham in her last three years of teaching. After leaving the full-time classroom Belinda worked for local authorities and education providers as a computing consultant supporting schools across London with implementing and resourcing primary computing. She has supported LGfL for many years, especially in creating many of the curriculum support materials for the learning resources.

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