Project ID - TIS001430
Digital Imaging : To assist pupils in their studies Project Aims: -To aid the pupils in their studies. -To provide additional support to those that need it (Our Lady of Lourdes has a number of pupils with learning problems therefore they may require extra assistance). -To assist the teacher in the supervision of the pupils

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Our Lady of Lourdes High School
BT53 6JX


Neill McMaster

Student Skills

Graphics, Media, CAM,

Expected Pupil Outcomes

The pupils will benefit from added support if they need it, from speaking to the teacher he has stated that just keeping some of them on task is the main thing and any knowledge I can bring them that can aid in their study of this subject will be helpful.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

-To build my confidence and leadership skills -To be able to effectively talk to groups of people and maintain their attention -To walk away feeling that I have passed on some knowledge to the pupils

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