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Howard Primary School & Nursery Unit, Dungannon
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ICT at Howard

Winners of Internet Safety Week Competition.
Winners of Internet Safety Week Competition.
 
P1-P4 enjoyed the story about the
P1-P4 enjoyed the story about the "Chicken Clicking" and drew pictures to remind everyone to stay safe online.
 
Winners of the KS2 Internet Safety Poster Competition pictured with their new memory sticks and a chocolate treat!
Winners of the KS2 Internet Safety Poster Competition pictured with their new memory sticks and a chocolate treat!
 

 

In Howard we place a great emphasis on the acquisition of ICT skills. ICT is used throughout all subjects of the curriculum. Pupils are provided with the opportunities to explore, express, exchange, evaluate and exhibit. All pupils are educated about Internet Safety and are regularly reminded of the importance of keeping their personal details safe. 
It is essential that our children are ICT literate; accordingly we have invested financially in ensuring modern technology and software programmes are available to all our pupils. In all year groups teachers teach using integrated technology and pupils are required to complete ICT competency tasks. Pupils in Primaries Four and Seven will be awarded an end of Key Stage level for ICT. The school has invested in iPad training for teachers and have 45 iPads and apple T.V. In addition to this we use digital cameras, microphones, headphones, "talking tins” and Pro Bots and Bee Bots.

 

 

ICT News

22nd Jun 2018
Congratulations to everyone who received awards this morning. We were delighted to...
4th May 2018
As part of our WAU work on the Vikings P6 have been using a shared Fronter room with...
30th Apr 2018
All teachers had a Barefoot Computing introduction session on Monday. We're excited...
 

E-Safety

Tessellation P6/7
Tessellation P6/7
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
The School is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites. We recommend adult supervision for all links to external sites.