Technologies

The range of subjects in technical education has changed significantly over the last two decades and now includes craft, design, engineering and graphics.

Learning in the area of technologies enables children to be informed, skilled, adaptable and enterprising citizens who understand the impact of technology in society.

Children will gain skills and confidence to use technologies and become capable of making reasoned choices relating to the environment, to sustainable development and to ethical, economic and cultural issues.

Learning in the area of technologies enables children to be informed, skilled, adaptable and enterprising citizens who understand the impact of technology in society.

Children will gain skills and confidence to use technologies and become capable of making reasoned choices relating to the environment, to sustainable development and to ethical, economic and cultural issues.

 ICT

ICT skills are directly taught and applied within the contexts of other curricular areas.  All children complete a Responsible User Agreement.

ICT is also used to help to deliver the curriculum.  Interactive white boards are in place at every stage and also in ICT and Science Rooms.  We also have Activote Systems and Activ Expression, which enhance teaching and can be used as effective assessment tools.

Safe Use of ICT:  http://www.erc.education/stdcircs/docs/SC61-70/SC69Revised.pdf

East Renfrewshire Council

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