Primary School Embraces 3rd Millennium
PUPILS at a Barry primary school have officially got their fingers on the technology pulse, having bagged a prestigious award.
The ICT-accredited Romilly Primary has become one of more than 80 schools in the UK and abroad to earn the 3rd Millennium Learning Award from Naace - the professional association for those concerned with advancing education through the appropriate use of technology.
Schools who undertake the award take independent stands, focus on community, and pupils are likely to be self-directed and their learning more personalised.
Schools engaged in the award also capture and share their good practice through the creation of a short public video aimed at parents and the school community.
Head teacher, Kelvin Law said: “The 3rd Millennium Award has been a great experience for our school. We have worked hard to make the technology investment that we have made in school work hard to support learning. This award is an acknowledgement from Naace, a national and well respected organisation, that we are ahead of the game.”