Project ID - TIS001155
Enhance ICT skills in accordance with the NI Curriculum. Assist pupils in the completion of UICT Tasks. 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, and use Microsoft office.

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Project offered at

St Theresa's Primary School
BT82 9NZ


Shane Coyle

Student Skills

Knowledge of Microsoft Office and ipads apps such as iMovie.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Become confident and competent in a range of ICT skills in accordance with the NI Curriculum. Experience skills that they may not have experienced before. Take pride in their completed projects.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

To gain an understanding of the UICT Primary Curriculum and experience the external moderation process. Assist pupils from year 3 to year 7 in a range of UICT tasks.

Extra Information

Student tutors will be given opportunities to express their own ideas or projects that they would like to be involved in.

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