The better tools
Students use Skype to talk with their families.
Filtering and content management allows the school to control the internet, e-mail, Skype, and any website URL, making the wifi environment ultrasafe.
Internet Based Curricular Maths Software
Adaptive computerized reading programme
MICROSOFT SCHOOLS AGREEMENT
Guarantees that the school’s Operating Systems and Office applications are up-to-date.
NO LIMITS EXAM LICENCE
Students can repeat their Microsoft exams as many times as is practicable.
Students can take tests in any Office application and typically present Word and Excel.
The school has its own location on iTunes U and will develop it more in future years.
The students use Unity to make their computer games.
The teachers in the classrooms and computer lab can remotely monitor and control students’ computers as well as issue and receive files.
The teachers make their own textbooks for use by their students on the MacBook.
– in-house- Video can be streamed across our wifi cutting out the need for internet access.
Each student has an Office 365 account.
Each student can use Onenote to organize their notes using the PC or the iPad.
Each student has a cloud-based account for storing and sharing files.
Each student has a school e-mail account.
Cross-platform file manager/server- This allows students and teachers to share files between their PC and their MacBook and allows teachers the ability to share files with their students. Photocopies have become a thing of the past.
All students and teachers use iPads every day.
24 computers running the best-operating systems and software
This is a core curricular subject which includes C# coding.
Training Software- This helps prepare students for their Microsoft Exams.
IN-HOUSE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT IN SCIENCE AND MATHS
The teachers produce their own software adapted to their students’ particular needs.
IN-HOUSE IN-HOUSE WEBSITE MANAGEMENT
In every classroom.
All students will be taught how to maintain a cloud-based e-portfolio during the year.