Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Our ICT curriculum follows the National Curriculum for England and Wales with the schemes of work following the QCA schemes that are set by the Department for Education and Skills.
We use a series of high standard technologies that are frequently updated. Besides a BYOD programme, students have access to computers in every class; interactive whiteboards; various educational and multimedia software; a digital library with thousands of e-books, scores of softwares and educational tools; printers, scanners, digital and video cameras; and 24x7 high speed Internet; and RIS' Virutal Learning Environment.
The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Programme is aimed at:
- Challenging students to apply ICT and programming skills in problem solving.
- Encouraging students to explore and understand the application of technology in today’s world.
- Raising awareness of technology and of how to use it effectively and responsibly.
- Understanding how technology has altered and affected different aspects of one's life.
- Encouraging the use technology to find creative solutions to everyday problems.
- Challenging students to think creatively of how to use the power of disruptive technology to change for the better how we traditionally work, behave and do things.
- Understanding how to use social media to communicate, present and broadcast ideas.