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Pass Mark for ICT - The UK schools ICT market forecast to 2017-18

Category : ICT Media  | Published Date : Nov-2013 | Pages : 63
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Synopsis
This report tracks central government ICT decision maker trends. It is intended both for those currently working with public sector clients, and those considering this market for the first time.
Scope
Kable covers the use of ICT in the public sector across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Summary
Schools in the UK spent £1.36bn on ICT in 2012/13, and this will grow at a CAGR of just 0.4% over the next five years. For suppliers to “make the grade” in the largest market, England (£1.21bn in 2012/13), responding to a more complex landscape of stakeholders, with new requirements will be crucial. Key drivers in the schools market include a shake-up of capital funding, the changing role of the local authority, greater autonomy and new groupings. These are starting to impact procurement and technology trends, including schools switching to mobility computing, moving to cloud apps, adoption of aggregated procurement and managed services, and new procurement vehicles for broadband. Despite losing control of many schools in their areas, as a result of the expanding Academies and Free Schools programmes, local authorities will continue to play an important role in education. But with significant financial pressure on these organisations, managed IT services previously funded by capital-intensive BSF, or new services, must be self-funding – paid-for from schools’ own revenue budgets. Kable cites Lambeth and Lancashire, while noting Staffordshire as an example of a new service. New groups of schools, multi-academy trusts – which control increasingly larger numbers of schools – are also becoming increasingly important in the market. With an explosion in both the number and size of these larger chains, many are looking to procure managed IT services – due to the economies of scale on offer given their size.
Reasons To Buy
• Gain insight into the UK education marketplace. • Gain insight into the UK schools market • Gain insight into the ICT procurement routes used by schools and their ICT priorities
Table of ContentsTable of Contents
1 Executive summary
2 Overview
2.1 Forecast by ICT products and services
2.2 Forecast by country
2.3 ICT procurement routes
2.4 ICT priorities for schools
2.5 Online learning in the curriculum
3 Market for ICT products and services
3.1 Hardware
3.1.1 ICT spend forecast for hardware
3.1.2 Key trends
3.1.2.1 PC refresh
3.1.2.2 Pupil-owned devices
3.1.2.3 Network upgrades
3.2 Software
3.2.1 ICT spend forecast for software licences
3.2.2 Key trends
3.2.2.1 Cloud apps
3.2.2.2 MIS procurement
3.2.2.3 MIS for business intelligence
3.3 Services
3.3.1 ICT spend forecast for services
3.3.1.1 IT outsourcing forecast
3.3.2 Key trends
3.3.2.1 Implications of changes to school building programmes
3.3.2.2 Fragmentation of regional broadband consortia (‘grids for learning’)
3.4 ICT spend forecast for comms
4 Educative Phases
4.1 Nursery and primary
4.2 Secondary
4.3 Market structure
5 Academies and free schools programmes
5.1 ICT spend forecast by governance model
5.2 Schools governance models in the UK
5.3 Academies and free schools programmes in England
5.3.1 Funding academies and free schools
5.3.2 Growth of academies and free schools
5.3.3 Impact of academies and free schools: primary and secondary education
5.3.4 Impact by local authority
5.4 Academy chains
5.4.1 Growth of multi-academy trusts (MATs)
5.4.2 ICT in MATs
5.4.3 Segmentation analysis: largest 20 MATs
5.4.4 Profiles of largest 20 MATs
6 MethodologyList Of TablesNAList Of FiguresTable of Figures
Figure 1: UK schools ICT spend forecast by Kable taxonomy (£m)
Figure 2: UK schools ICT spend by Kable taxonomy
Figure 3: UK schools ICT spend forecast by country
Figure 4: UK schools ICT spend forecast by country (£m)
Figure 5: Survey response – current route(s) to market of schools in England
Figure 6: Survey response – future route(s) to market of schools in England
Figure 7: Survey response – top ICT priorities for this year
Figure 8: Survey response – time spent learning online: academies/free schools vs. local authority maintained
Figure 9: Time Spent Learning Online
Figure 10: UK schools hardware spend forecast
Figure 11: UK schools hardware spend forecast (£m)
Figure 12: Average size of UK primary and secondary schools’ PC estates
Figure 13: Survey response - schools’ PC choice in next refresh
Figure 14: Case studies: thin clients in UK schools
Figure 15: Survey response - schools’ requirements for next PC refresh
Figure 16: Survey response – form factor(s) of pupil-owned devices schools will support
Figure 17: Survey response – pupil-owned device enablers
Figure 18: Level of Pressure on Schools’ Networks
Figure 19: School Responses to Network Pressure
Figure 20: UK schools software spend forecast
Figure 21: UK schools software spend forecast (£m)
Figure 22: Case studies: cloud apps in UK schools
Figure 23: Survey response – types of cloud apps in primary and secondary schools
Figure 24: Survey response – schools’ top three reasons for adopting cloud apps
Figure 25: Selected local authorities approaches to procurement of MIS since IMLS framework
Figure 26: Survey response: school procurement routes for MIS
Figure 27: Survey response: schools’ use of MIS for business intelligence
Figure 28: UK schools services spend forecast
Figure 29: UK schools services spend forecast (£m)
Figure 30: UK schools IT outsourcing spend forecast
Figure 31: UK schools IT outsourcing spend forecast (£m)
Figure 32: Case studies: IT managed services for schools
Figure 33: Status of regional broadband consortium (‘grids for learning’) in England
Figure 34: UK schools comms spend forecast
Figure 35: UK schools comms spend forecast (£m)
Figure 36: UK schools’ ICT spend forecast by educative phase
Figure 37: UK schools’ ICT spend forecast by educative phase (£m)
Figure 38: UK nursery and primary schools’ ICT spend forecast
Figure 39: UK nursery and primary schools’ ICT spend forecast (£m)
Figure 40: UK secondary schools’ ICT spend forecast
Figure 41: UK secondary schools’ ICT spend forecast (£m)
Figure 42: UK schools and pupils, 2012-13
Figure 43: UK schools’ ICT spend forecast by governance model (£m)
Figure 44: UK schools’ ICT spend forecast by governance model (£m)
Figure 45: Types of school
Figure 46: Additional capital funding for academies and free schools
Figure 47: Number of schools by governance type
Figure 48: Impact of academies and free schools by primary and secondary education
Figure 49: Number of local authorities grouped by proportion of pupils taught in academies/free schools – all schools and secondary schools
Figure 50: Impact of academies and free schools in local authorities
Figure 51: Growth of Multi-Academy Trusts
Figure 52: Case studies: ICT in MATs
Figure 53: Segmentation of MATs by geography and growth
Figure 54: Key data for largest MATs
Figure 55: Profiles of largest MATs
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