The 2022 Teacher Wellbeing Index released by Education Support suggests that staff wellbeing is at an all time low . 78% of all staff experienced mental health symptoms due to their work, a 1% increase from 2021. Stress, depression and anxiety have all remained at an unsustainable high level. In the latest DfE EdTech Survey, 74% of headteachers indicated that technology had or would contribute to reduced workload. The majority of classroom teachers (65%) indicated that their workload had already reduced due to technology; collaboration and resource sharing was noted as the main time saver. The vast majority of primary and secondary headteachers also stated that technology saved time on parental engagement (91%) . 51% of educators confirm technology is a strategic priority. But one in five (22%) say they don’t have an IT strategy, while a further 21% don’t know if they do . So how do schools take steps towards instilling a digital strategy?