The school is well equipped for learning with computers enabling class lessons to take place using a variety of machines.
The computers are fully networked to a central server that allows access to the Internet and our local Intranet.
All use of these facilities is fully supervised both by the class teachers and members of staff, using a filtering system from Cable & Wireless (Guernsey).
Each classroom has a SMARTboard and sets of different devices available to be used when required.
The libraries are also computerised, enabling children to easily access books using a barcode reader and the use of Junior Librarian software.
CD-ROMs can also be used as an extra source of reference. If you are interested in helping in the library, please see your child’s class teacher.
The internet and other digital and information technologies are powerful tools, which open up new opportunities for everyone. Electronic communication helps teachers and pupils learn from each other. These technologies can stimulate discussion, promote creativity and increase awareness of context to promote effective learning. Children have safe internet access in school through careful monitoring, home-school agreements and safety awareness lessons. Teachers and parents can minimise the risks to the children by knowing what they are using the internet for and about the dangers they may face. Some of the dangers include:
The school aims to work in partnership with parents through raising awareness and teaching to safeguard children from these dangers.
If you require any further details or have any questions about the above, please contact the school directly via phone, email or letter. Alternatively, come into school and speak to one of our members of staff.