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Information Technology

Information Technology

St David’s is committed to being at the forefront of using technology in the classroom and as such much hardware has been purchased over the past few years. Each classroom is equipped with a computer, which is used for administration and teaching purposes. Projectors and interactive whiteboards have been purchased for use both in the Prep and High schools and in many subjects teaching is enhanced through using subject based software. The ICDL is taught to learners and staff and many have completed all 7 modules of the course.

Maths Classrooms

All Maths classrooms in the High school are equipped with projectors. Teachers make use of Autograph, Geometry Sketchpad and Ask Archie to keep the subject current. One of the Maths classes in the Prep school has an interactive whiteboard with projector.

Prep School Computer Centre
Pupils from Grade 00 to Grade 7 use the Prep computer centre to acquire varied IT skills. The centre is equipped with 30 computers and a data projector. Software ranging from teaching perceptual skills to improving Maths are loaded on the computers.

High School Computer Centre
The High school computer centre has 30 new computers with 17" flat monitors. An interactive whiteboard is used by teachers to teach Computer Studies and Information Technology.

Geography Laboratory
The Geography laboratory has a number of computers and an interactive whiteboard. It is also equipped with an an electronic weather station.