Kate Fitzmaurice

Kate is a programme administrator for Digital Schools Awards and programme coordinator for Community Learning and Development Awards. Kate supports schools and community organisations throughout their digital journey and manages a network of digital education experts within the programmes.

Emer Cunningham

Emer is a former post-primary teacher of English and history who is enthusiastic about technology-enhanced learning and supporting teachers in this area. During her teaching career, Emer discovered an interest in Assistive Technology and its potential to empower learners who may struggle with specific learning needs. She has since supported multiple users of Assistive Technology … Read more

Kenneth Kerins

Kenneth is currently principal of St. Ninnidh’s Primary School, Derrylin, Co. Fermanagh. He previously served for 8 years as principal of St. Brigid’s National School, Redhills, Co. Cavan. This is a mainstream primary school with special classes for children with Autism. Kenneth received his Bachelor of Education from St. Patrick’s College (DCU). He also holds … Read more

Catherine Cunningham

Catherine is an education consultant and a member of the Digital Schools Awards network of digital education experts. Catherine has over 40 years experience in education, working as a Head Teacher and teacher in Scotland. Catherine’s commitment and interest in digital technology led the school to win three Scottish Education Awards for Learning Through Technology … Read more

Aoife O’Connor

Aoife is the schools community coordinator for Digital Schools Awards with responsibility for overseeing the programme of support for schools, outreach and events and managing the network of digital education experts.

Dr. Victor McNair

Victor leads the European team responsible for the design and development of the Digital Schools Awards model and the training and development of the digital education network of consultants. Victor has 17+ years’ experience in teaching technology and design at University of Ulster.

Ann Marie Whelan

Annmarie Whelan is Education Manager for HP in Ireland and has over 20 years of experience in the field of technology. Through her work, she brings awareness of emerging trends in technology and education, particularly in regards to the challenges that schools and education systems may face in technology deployments. HP’s partnership with the Digital … Read more

Borut Čampelj

<strong>Borut Čampelj</strong> (M.Sc.) is secretary at the Department of Educational Development and Quality, Educational Development Unit at the Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport. He is responsible for the development of ICT in education, development of STEM and is the coordinator of the new development project co-financed by European Social Fund on transversal skills. … Read more

Petra Bevek

<strong>Petra Bevek</strong> is working at the Department of Educational Development and Quality, Educational Development Unit at the Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport. She has 15 years of experience in the education field, with primary focus on international cooperation, project management, counselling and coordination, promotion and dissemination. Over the past 7 years she has … Read more

Róisín Beaver

After a brief spell working in the IFSC and the computer industry, Róisín began teaching in 1999. Since then she has taught English and Computing to many students. Róisín was an early adopter of technology in the classroom and she continues increasing her skills in this area. Róisín gained the ‘Microsoft Innovative Educator’ award a … Read more

Ann Marie hp

21 July 2020

HP is committed to helping young people acquire the digital skills they need to thrive. We are proud to be part of the Digital Schools Awards European initiative which aims to help schools to use the power of technology to improve learning outcomes and the development of higher level skills in students.