Our ICT Vision

Last modified 24/02/2012 11:15

Penllergaer Vision

This is our ICT Vision at Penllergaer. Our aims are :

Learning and the curriculum:

 

  • Use ICT to plan, deliver, assess, evaluate and enrich the curriculum.
  • Children will develop a range of ICT skills that they can apply in their everyday lives today and in years to come. These will be taught discretely and practiced in a range of interesting and creative ways,
  •  All children are engaged through up to date multi-media learning experiences,
  •  ICT skills are used by children to extend their own learning in and beyond the classroom,
  • To make all children aware of appropriate use of ICT and how to use ICT responsibly.
  • Teaching staff will find new and exciting ways to incorporate the use of ICT into learning,
  • Planning is reviewed and adapted regularly to keep up with current developments in learning and technology,
  • The school will share and celebrate success using ICT,
  • Teachers are confident in the use of ICT to support their role.
  • Have a clear understanding of ‘e-learning’ and know how to remain safe.

 

Learning environment:

  • Every child will have access the latest high quality ICT equipment,
  • The children have their own space both on the network and internet,
  • Children are kept safe when using ICT equipment by using risk assessments, filtering software and teaching.
  • Fast and easy access to computers in every classroom and in designated areas.
  • Online activities that can help us to learn inside and outside of school.

 

Home, school and community links:

  • To use ICT to promote links with parents and the wider community.
  • The school has an effective website that is used to communicate with parents, prospective parents, other schools and the wider community. It is updated regularly,
  • Outside agencies are used to enhance and extend our curriculum through the use of ICT
  • Educate children and parents in all aspects of e-safety.
  • The school makes links with other cultures and communities by using ICT,
  • Support and understand the e-learning of their children.
  • Can access information that allows them to support and develop their children’s learning.
  • Know how to protect their children within online communities.

Administration:

  • There is an easy to use system for the storage, analysis and retrieval of information,
  • There is a fully functioning network that is used to share information and resources,
  • School information can be access from other sites,
  • Information stored is used to inform planning and curriculum development.