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ICT.

Department staff

Mr Warren Taylor : Head of ICT

Mrs. Joanne Greer : ICT Coordinator

Mr. William McCreedy : ICT Technician

Key stage 3 teachers

Mr Gary Benson (GB)

 

Aims/Goals

 

The overall aim for Information and Communication Technology is to enrich learning for all students and to ensure that teachers develop confidence and competence to use Information and Communication Technology in the effective teaching of their subject.

Information and Communication Technology offers opportunities for students to:

 

1 enhance and individualise their educational experience, helping them to enjoy learning, improve their performance and raise standards

2 improve their standards in literacy, numeracy and other areas of study

3 elevate their creativity, developing their digital and visual literacies

4 personalise learning and improve arrangements for assessment for learning, record-keeping and reporting

5 use an appropriate blend of non-technological and online methods of learning, connecting to other learners through online networks

6 develop the skills needed to be economically active in the global knowledge economy

7 blur the boundary between learning in and out of school, extending the partnership between the school, the home and the community

Courses Offered

Within the ICT department the following courses are offered:

 


Computer club

This takes place in E1 every Monday and Tuesday at lunchtime and every Monday morning before college starts in E12. The computer suite is full every week, of students from all year groups. Students are given the opportunity to complete work; research using the Internet; surf and play games. All students are supervised and web sites are monitored. More Information