The Digital Curriculum

The Digital Curriculum permeates almost every aspect of school life. The days of merely limiting the study of Information Technology to the computer room are over.

Today’s pupils regard the use of such equipment and technology as a natural part of everyday life and Kew House School aims to reflect this in the curriculum. PCs, Apple Macs and Interactive White Boards are available throughout the building as well as the option to bring your own device, making use of the extensive wireless infrastructure at the school.

Kew House Digital Curriculum

Technology is used across the curriculum to enhance every subject and more specifically in areas of study including:

  • School-wide virtual learning environment
  • My Maths & Hegarty Maths
  • Autodesk Tinkercad, SketchUp and TechSoft
  • ActiveLean & Linguascope
  • Software development
  • Virtualization, Hyper-V & dedicated student network for testing purposes
  • Cisco Academy and learning environment
  • Robotics, Raspberry Pi’s and electronics
  • Apple Logic Pro X and Sibelius
  • Film making and editing
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Animation
  • Games creation
  • Database creation and problem solving
  • Google Cardboard
  • Microsoft Office 365 (real-time online collaboration, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

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