educational thinking, extraordinary learning

Steve Moss is one of the UK’s most experienced leaders in educational technology. One of the pioneers of computer use in schools, he has held senior posts in schools, local authorities and government agencies. From 2005-2012 Steve was Strategic Director (ICT) at Partnerships for Schools where he oversaw the provision of technology in the Building Schools for the Future programme as well as Free Schools, Academies and University Technical Colleges. He is currently Chair of the ENni Innovation Forum in Northern Ireland, Chair of the Board of Naace and Vice Chair of Educating for Leadership (E4L) a not-for-profit in the USA that has recently received a $2 million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation

Steve has an international reputation and has supported ministries and schools in China ((Hong Kong), Jordan, Australia, UAE, Russia, Sweden and USA. He was a speaker at the inaugural World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) in Qatar in 2009 and chairs the annual Inspire! education conference in Belfast.

Working with Google and E-ACT, Steve devised and developed the “Server-Free School” concept for technology in primary schools. This is an affordable, sustainable solution which uses cloud-based applications and Google Chromebooks. It was successfully piloted in a primary school in Bristol andwas rolled out to other academies by E-ACT.