Project ID - TIS000695
Development of ICT skills in Key Stages 1 & 2 Small group work in using ipads, virtual learning, exchange projects and assisting with ICT accreditation tasks.

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Project offered at

Drumgor Primary School
BT65 5BP


Ian Flack

Student Skills

ICT Competent and have a genuine interest in teaching primary aged children.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will become increasingly compent and confident in using ICT ipads and related tasks.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Student Tutors will gain a wide educational experience teaching P3 - P7 year olds. Gain experience in working as part of a dedicated team of teachers. The school also has 29% International Students and students will get an insight into strategies for their inclusion.

Extra Information

Groups will be no larger than 8 and can be accommodated in the school computer suite.

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