About Us-don’t use

Improve it Ltd was established in 2013 by Witchford Village College to offer a wide range of comprehensive consultancy, training and services for educational establishments across Cambridgeshire and the UK. Although the original core business was IT support, it soon evolved into other areas to fully utilise the expertise within the company.

On 1st September 2016, Improve it Ltd merged with the Witchford School Sports Partnership (Witchford SSP) that works with and supports the young people and staff within 52 primary schools, 7 secondary schools and 3 special schools in the East Cambs and Fenland District. Witchford SSP was established in September 2004 through the government funded national PE School Sport & Club Links programme and since then has been hosted and very well supported by Witchford Village College.

The company has since gone independent and is now based in Chatteris but still works in partnership with Witchford Village College, with Mr Christopher Terry (Principal) remaining a Director of the company. Although we have changed the way we work, our vision remains the same in ensuring that all young people should receive high quality Physical Education (PE) and Computing lessons supported but an excellent IT support service.

With years of experience working at senior management level in schools, we feel our company is in a unique position to help schools and multi academy trusts grow.

‘To support schools to deliver high quality PE and school sport through a coordinated local delivery system, ensuring via collaborative partnering that local needs are met and the greatest benefit is felt by all children and young people.’

Both elements of the company have grown with the Witchford SSP now working with local communities and providing funding and IT Services now providing support to residential and small businesses.

On November 1st 2016 we are delighted to announce that Improve it Ltd is now the sole representative of Speed Stacks in the UK.

‘The teaching in computing is outstanding. Pupils have high levels of confidence using computers in their lessons. They confidently write algorithms and basic computer programs. Pupils make outstanding progress and achieve high standards in computing’