Information and Communication Technologies
Every teacher, a confident, competent and reflective ICT facilitator.
Every student, a discerning user and an engaged learner in ICT.
Meaningful infusion, enduring generations
|1.||A QUALITY ICT RESOURCE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE COLLEGE
The College will ensure that there are sufficient quality ICT resources, digital learning resources and learning spaces for staff and students to develop their skills through SSOE transition and to use ICT as an exciting, engaging and creative medium for expression. The College will ensure minimal disruption to learning through robust and clear technical support. ICT systems are also put in place to ensure increased productivity and efficiency in resource allocation.
|2.||IMPROVED TEACHING FOR STAFF
The College will use ICT to support and enhance teaching and consequently improve quality of lessons. The College will encourage innovation, share good practices and create new practices in ICT. The College will increase teachers’ ICT skills and confidence using the Masterplan 4 framework developed by the Ministry of Education.
|3.||IMPROVED ICT LEARNING CAPABILITY FOR STAFF AND STUDENTS
The College will enable our students/staff to learn a range of ICT skills and apply them in the subject area. The College will enable students to become discerning and independent users of ICT and develop in students 21st century skills such as enquiry skills, communication skills and thinking skills.
|4.||IMPROVED LEARNING IN ALL AREAS THROUGH THE APPLICATION OF ICT SKILLS
The College will extend the range and quality of student’s experiences with ICT through appropriate ICT tools. The College will develop in our students and staff high expectations and confidence so that they will be able to use ICT whenever they feel it is appropriate for their learning. The College will increase their confidence in their own ability to select appropriate ICT tools and resources and make sensible and appropriate use of a wide range of digital resources. The College will make use of ICT to provide opportunities for students to apply their skills in a variety of contexts across the curriculum.
|5.||RAISE ATTAINMENT AND OUTCOMES FOR STUDENTS
The College will harness ICT to improve the quality of work across the curriculum, to raise students’ self-esteem and motivation for learning. The improvement in physical environment, resources and teaching and learning will be matched by the raised attainment of our students. The College will also use ICT as a means to monitor assessment information to identify achievement and overcome underachievement.
|6.||EXTEND OPPORTUNITIES FOR LEARNING FOR STAFF AND STUDENTS
The College will improve communication with parents and the wider community through various ICT platforms. The College will offer opportunities for staff and students to learn beyond the classroom through multiple channels.
Updated as of 23 January 2018