Using ICT

In Harberton School we aim to embed the learning and teaching of ICT across the curriculum. 

At present each classroom has 4/5 computers, either PCs or laptops.  These computers are networked to the C2K system and provide a wide range of programs as well as Internet facilities. There are also further Stand-alone computers in Key Stage 1 classrooms. 

Each classroom has an Interactive White Board and ICT resources specifically designed to meet the needs of the children in the class.

All KS1 classrooms have 5 iPads which are used in a cross curricular way.  In the KS2 classrooms each child has their own iPad.  They contain a wide range of Apps and are updated regularly to meet the needs of all the children.

We have a resource area ICT suite containing 14 laptops which is timetabled for use throughout the Key Stage 2 and Intensive Support classes.

We have been highly commended in the Capita Awards and are in the process of reapplying for this year.  We have been awarded a charter mark for our participation in the 360 E-Safety programme.

 

Please click here to find out more information about the Northern Ireland Curriculum for Using ICT.

 

Please click here to find out more information about the Q Skills for Using ICT.