Enabling Next Generation Learning with the DfE Digital Education Platform Grant

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DfE funded support for G Suite Education

As of October 22nd, 2020 all England state-funded education institutions need to comply with ‘The Coronavirus Act 2020 Provision of Remote Education‘. Did you know that your school can have a future-proofed Google cloud environment enabled that will allow you to provide next-generation learning at no cost to you all funded by the DfE until March 31st, 2022, and meet the Government target of schools moving to the cloud?

What is included within the DfE funding FREE?
  • Google Cloud platform consultancy, project management and deployment to get you ready within 10 working days
  • MIS Synchronisation with Google Workspace ensuring the platform is kept up to date all the time
  • Staff training including a video of the training session to be used on-demand later for your school
Why Levett Consultancy?

We have been at the forefront of deploying Google Cloud solutions for over 10 years into Education. As one of Google first ever UK partners, we have the experience and knowledge to help schools transition to the cloud effortlessly.

What happens about support after the cloud platform is implemented?

As part of the Government G Cloud framework, we are able to provide dedicated cloud support from as little as £500 per year, supporting your local teams or directly to your staff. So in reality, if you use the DfE grant to get your cloud journey started and you opt for our cloud support you get everything for only £500?

Do you have any case studies of schools using the DfE Digital Platform Grant?

Yes, you can head over to our YouTube channel to see some video case studies, we also have a number of testimonials and written case studies. If you would like to talk to other schools that have gone through the process we can also arrange this too.

I am interested, how do I apply?

Complete our form below where one of our team will walk you through the application process which will take no longer than 5 minutes at most.