Project ID - TIS001223
Raising KS1 & KS2 literacy and numeracy standards through ICT.


There is 2 places on this project and 2 places left

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Project offered at

Jones Memorial Primary School
ENNISKILLEN
BT74 5QF

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Kyra McMullin

Student Skills

Solid numeracy and literacy skills for supporting KS1 & KS2 pupils. An ability to use technology to support children's learning in these areas.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Standards in literacy and numeracy improved by the end of the year. Enjoyment for learning. Raise self confidence and self esteem in these particular areas.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Giving the children an opportunity to discuss and try literacy and numeracy tasks in a small group setting. Confidence working with small groups of underachieving children. Using technology as a visual support for learning

Extra Information

We want to target children who are underachieving to receive small group support to raise their achievements in Literacy or numeracy through ICT.

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