Digital learning

Our focus on Digital Learning accelerated during the Covid-19 pandemic as we fast-tracked our ability to deliver the full academic curriculum online with live lessons and additional teaching, co-curricular and pastoral support. We have assessed age-appropriate software platforms to allow staff and students to innovate and use new IT systems more effectively.

Today, every teacher has access to a Surface Pro and this has empowered our staff to improve their digital literacy and numeracy.

We have rolled out Microsoft 365, OneDrive and Teams for Education successfully across our schools and we recognise the benefits these resources can bring to both teaching and learning.

As a result, we now have an in-house Microsoft Education Innovator expert, and our students develop outstanding independent learning skills, can collaborate with their peers and teachers, while the digital experience itself prepares them for university and the world of work.

We aim to strengthen our excellent Digital Learning programme further, taking the best aspects to help our students thrive in a culture of curiosity and intellectual adventure.