The use of information and communications technologies is integrated into classroom learning throughout the school with the use of interactive whiteboards, smart screens and software technologies.
Students have access to the internet, computers and iPads and other robotic equipment including BeeBots, Makey-Makeys and Spheros. Students learn using a variety of software including Microsoft TEAMS, Mathletics, Reading Eggs and Children’s Britannica Kids.
Our goal is that students learn to use technology responsibly, not just as consumers, but as confident digital citizens who will make use of technology to contribute to a better world.
Students also partake in weekly technology lessons where they are taught computing skills and digital capabilities including parts of the computer, use of Microsoft programs and typing skills.
Technology is also used to support student learning at times, especially where a specific learning need or difficulty is identified as part of our inclusive educational practices.