Information & Communications Technology
At Victoria Park Primary School we believe that digital technologies are very powerful resources which can enhance and transform teaching and learning. Given the school’s vision of preparing pupils for life, we are committed to promoting pupils’ skills within the use of technology across the curriculum. We believe that technology has an integral role to play in helping pupils to achieve their full potential, assisting them in overcoming barriers to learning and in supporting learning throughout the school community. Ultimately, our vision is to encourage and nurture within our pupils, and indeed the entire school community, knowledge, skills and qualities that will make them responsible digital citizens both now and in the future, equipped to face the exciting new and ever developing opportunities and challenges presented by constantly evolving technology, safely and confidently.
ICT across the curriculum transforms and enriches pupils' learning experiences, providing them with opportunities to become independent, self-motivated and flexible learners.
Pupils develop the skills to engage in meaningful research, to handle and communicate information and to solve problems collaboratively within and beyond the classroom.
Below are the policy documents which help to shape what Using ICT looks like here at Victoria Park Primary School. We hope that these will prove informative. If you have any further queries regarding our ICT provision, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Bleakley our ICT Co-ordinator.