Our incredible Year 6s presenting to our governors about the Protected Characteristics! #proud #dreambelieveachieve #ipmat #governordevelopment
Our end of year assembly was held this morning. Thank you to all of the parents who attended. A super way to finish the year celebrating the achievements of our pupils #dreambelieveachieve
Year 2 are enjoying our Fun Day! They had great fun on the bouncy castle!
We are having lots of fun enjoying our end of year treat! Lots of happy faces making memories together!#dreambelieveachieve
Year 2 Class of 2023! 😊
Year 2 had a fantastic day at @AnglersPark today. A big thank you to Sue who showed us how to pond dip, create mini habitats, and identify sounds in the woodland. We had a brilliant time! #outdoorlearning
Year 1 had a great time exploring their senses! #Science
We showed great team work in EYFS. One of the most exciting days of the year was earlier this term when we got a delivery of sand!
We are so lucky to have a wonderful wildlife area with a pond. EYFS enjoyed making observations and talking about what we found #science
In EYFS we have been comparing where we live to Spain. We went on a plane, tried some Spanish food and even learnt some of the language #Geography
Nursery have been making boats and investigating whether they sink or float #science
We had lots of fun at the EYFS sports day yesterday. A huge thank you to all of the parents who came to support.
Home / Digital Technology and Remote Learning / Digital Technology at IPMAT
The recent pandemic highlighted the importance of digital technology in supporting children to learn.
Technology very quickly enabled teachers to adapt their pedagogy to allow children to learn remotely.
Evidence shows that digital technology supports education and can optimise learning when used in a blended way.
School closures also highlighted the inequality and injustice in the remote learning experiences of students attending digitally mature institutions and many of their less advantaged peers.
The lack of schools with clear digital strategies is one of the root causes of this injustice- we have to now be ambitious for our children and ensure that these inequalities are reduced.
We also have a duty to prepare our children for a future where digital technology plays a much larger part in business and social aspects of life.