Project ID - TIS001391
Creation of video blog encapsulating the ethos of the school which could be viewed on the school website and open day.


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Project offered at

St Patrick's & St Joseph's Primary School
COLERAINE
BT51 5BA

Contact

Aidan Rafferty

Student Skills

Good ICT skills Good communication skills

Expected Pupil Outcomes

To contribute to and put together a video blog to be viewed on the school website and open day. To enhance their ICT skills

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Improve communication skills as a result of working with pupils and adults. To create a unique blog which can be distributed through social media. To observe various teaching styles and to work with all staff.

Extra Information

Not essential to be in school each day. Funding will be available, where necessary, for resources needed.

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