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Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

'Pupils have good information and communication skills and use these skills for independent research and investigation' - ISI Report, 2014

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is an integral part of the curriculum at Manor House School.

Computer literacy is an essential skill for life which enables pupils to participate in today's rapidly paced, technological society.

All pupils between the ages of four and 14 have weekly ICT lessons. Pupils can also opt to continue their ICT studies at GCSE level.

ICT suitePupils in the upgraded ICT suite.

ICT also plays an important role in the teaching of other subjects, including maths, English, art and science. Pupils are encouraged to use technology to find, explore, analyse, exchange and present information responsibly. They are able to do this in subject classrooms using school laptops.

The effective use of ICT can also promote wider educational goals such as creativity, thinking skills, collaboration and independent learning. Pupils are expected to make informed choices about when and where to use ICT and its impact on home, school and society.