Project ID - TIS001065
Enhance ICT skills in accordance with the NI Curriculum. Allow pupils to be confident and competent in a number of the desirable features relating to the NI Curriculum. Work within the "5 E's" of the ICT area of the NI Curriculum. Embrace the ICT technology available in school e.g. ipads, computers, flip videos etc

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Project offered at

Drumahoe Primary School
BT47 3SD


Jason Scott

Student Skills

ICT competent. Familiar with uploading/transferring music/videos from ipad to computer and possibly onto the internet. Approachable and reliable.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Become competent in a number of desirable features in accordance with the NI curriculum. Experience skills that they haven't had the chance to experience yet. Take pride in the project they complete.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Able to transfer personal ICT skills to young children (P5). Have a variety of projects completed, in various skills, from a number of students. Maintain a class page within the school website.

Extra Information

The project can extend beyond this date if it needs to. MAintain the class page on the website by uploading relevant photos and information given by the teacher.

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