The UK has more Microsoft Showcase Schools than any other country in Europe.
The programme works with headteachers to lead their schools through digital transformation through a community of peer support and Microsoft experts.
The UK now has 48 Showcase Schools in areas including London, Port Talbot, Paisley, Exeter and Glasgow.
In total there are 325 education institutions from 58 countries around the world enrolled in the Microsoft Showcase Schools programme.
One of those is Queen Anne High School, in Dunfermline, Fife, which teaches boys and girls aged 11 to 18.
All classes were set up on Teams, with teachers able to share weekly learning material and homework. There is an emphasis on the use of digital technology in classrooms with a “bring your own device” policy in place for all students.
See how Cornerstone Academy Trust is using technology in the classroom: