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School ICT Approach

Information Technology for Learning and Teaching

 
Basic IT Literacy
We adopt a structured and comprehensive IT training programme to develop IT skills in all of our students.. This will equip them to excel in the 21st Century. As students begin their learning from Primary 1, they will be provided with a progressive set of IT skills to enable them to use IT for learning by the time they graduate in Primary 6. These basic IT skills include word processing, presentation, spreadsheet and online communication.
 
IT for Collaboration and Self-directed Learning
IT is embedded in the curriculum and pupils use Information and Communication Technology tools for collaboration and self-directed learning. These tools include web 2.0 technologies such as Google sites, Google documents and Glogster. Teachers also use online forums and communication technologies to engage students in deeper discussions of concepts and developments.

IT Club
Students who have an interest or talent in IT can join the school IT clubs to explore using technologies to develop games, create multi-media projects and participate in national IT competitions. These students can look forward to enhancing their skills to the next level and also take advantage of available platforms to learn from talented peers.