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ICT Workshop for YR 3 - 6 parents

05 November 2015

Have you ever been confused when your child says they need to access their Google docs?

When they have said they need to complete BISCAT booklet homework?  Have you questioned why they need to send emails to their teachers? 

We would like to offer a workshop to parents to explain our use of Google Apps for Education here at AP1. Alongside this we will show you how the BISCAT booklets are used and answer any questions you may have.  

The workshop will be led by Paul Muldoon our AP1 ICT leader and Gemma Morris, ICT teacher.  It will take place on Tuesday November 24th at 8.15am in the Multi -Purpose Room. We hope that it will be a valuable workshop allowing parents to gain more of an insight into the use of these tools here at school and also how the children use them for homework. 

 We look forward to seeing many of you at the workshop.

Deirdre Grimshaw / Deputy Headteacher