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Clear Water Bay School. School Visit. Vision. “schools with high quality ICT resources and a commitment to ICT as a means of enhancing teaching and learning have better achievement that other schools” Raised standards Transformation of teaching and learning New opportunities for learning

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Vision

“schools with high quality ICT resources and a commitment to ICT as a means of enhancing teaching and learning have better achievement that other schools”

  • Raised standards

  • Transformation of teaching and learning

  • New opportunities for learning

  • Personalized learning

  • Help children to achieve their full potential

  • Extend the school learning environment


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The Team

  • Marian Eastwood Principal

  • Kevin Rae Deputy Principal

  • Phil Stubbs Assistant principal (ICT)

  • Rachel McMordie ICT Coordinator

  • Edmund Ko ICT Technician

  • Grace Chan Education Assistant


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Where are they now?

  • ICT rich environment

  • Every teaching area equipped with an interactive whiteboard

  • Wireless network 100 laptops and 35 desktops

  • Digital cameras / video/ microscopes

  • Award winning applications

  • Rigorous new curriculum

  • An established online learning community

  • Laptops for teachers and learners scheme (and software)

  • Cyber café and parent classes


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Strategy

  • 45 minutes of ICT teaching per week (minimum)

    • ICT suite 1 and 2

    • Flexible learning

  • Expectation that each child will then receive a minimum of 45 minutes per week to practice and consolidate these skills in the context of the wider curriculum.

  • Support for digital divide


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Strategies

  • A Clear & comprehensive ICT Policy

  • Scheme of work for ICT

  • A planned approach to use ICT

  • Assessment of students

  • Track pupils’ progress

  • Staff Development

  • Home, School, Community sharing


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ICT & The Wider Curriculum

Setting children up for success

  • Teachers and learners make use of ICT when appropriate.

  • ICT rich environment

  • ICT should never get in the way of learning

  • Choice and independence

  • ICT a requirement of planning

  • “not enough” laptops. Victims of own success

  • Innovation supported by team.

  • Influence of the CLC




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Learning Communities

  • Children in the same class

  • Children and teachers across the same year group

  • Children and teachers in other classes and year groups

  • CWBS parents and carers

  • Children and teachers in other ESF Schools

  • Children and teachers in other parts of the world

  • Experts from around the world