Led by Scottish educators with a wealth of experience in digital learning and teaching at school, local authority and national level.


Our wider team includes over 25 experienced educators including ASN and curriculum specialists plus VR expertise, programming specialists and web/digital media expertise

Pam Currie

Digital Learning Director (Scotland)

Pam was a secondary English teacher and faculty head before the creative digital world captured her heart with the benefits it could offer learning.

A few years at local authority team level led her to national roles in the Glow team at Education Scotland and Scottish Government Digital Learning team before being approached by Tablet Academy to lead the company in Scotland.

“There are so many challenges for schools in making the most of digital for learning and for some bizarre reason I care about that. I genuinely believe that we can use digital tools to make the busy life of school easier and to engage our young people in ways that can only benefit their learning.”

With a passion for web design and the digital skills agenda, Pam has led on a number of innovative Digital learning projects where young people are involved in developing for the web using a hands-on approach that provides real world skills.

Pam has a wealth of experience with Microsoft Office 365 and iPad in education, has recently become a Google Certified Trainer and will lead on VR for Tablet Academy Scotland.


Mail: pam@tablet-academy.com


Louise Jones

Digital Learning Director (Scotland)

Having worked in education for 20+ years Louise has always been driven by changes in youth culture and the impact technology has on the way young people, live and learn. In the emergence of digital she led on e-safety and cyber security in Scotland and also supported national developments being awarded a Scottish Education Award in 2006 for ‘Making a Difference’. 

Louise is well known for her previous role in The Highland Council, Scotland. Through a large scale consultation Louise developed an approach which drove the direction and vision for ensuring all 220 schools are Technology Rich Environments Also becoming an Apps for Good Ambassador and Digital Schools Award Scotland Validator.  In 2017, Louise then went on to join the EMEA Google for Education Team as UK Regional Manager and Accessibility specialist within the Global Google Team.

Now in a new independent role Louise partners with learning communities and organisations in Scotland and beyond to support digital transition and transformation in education and enterprise. 2019 has been a year of celebration, Finalist Edufuturist of the Year 2019 and proudly Co-Chairing the Association for Learning Technology Annual Conference. 






Our aim is to support education institutions to transform learning and teaching and revolutionise the way they work by embracing the opportunities mobile and digital technologies offer.

The pace of change has been rapid and it is clear that we were unable to predict just how transformative mobile devices and cloud services would be. Schools need help.

The world is facing a digital skills crisis and schools will need considerable support over the coming years if we are to meet the demands of the jobs market in developing digital skills in our current and future workforce.


We are looking for passionate and innovative digital education consultants to join our team in Scotland
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