Each classroom is equipped with a laptop, an interactive whiteboard and a data projector.
Teachers can show PowerPoint presentations as a learning tool and they can access the internet for research purposes.
Each teacher has access to E-Classroom which provides educational resource material for teachers.
The media centre has 32 computers on the network, ensuring that each learner has access to the internet when doing research for projects. Learners are taught computer literacy skills from Grade R and upwards.
Microsoft Office is taught to learners from Grades 4 to 7, ie Word, PowerPoint and Excel. By the time they leave Grade 7 all leaners are computer literate and are ready for the challenges of High School. They have a good working knowledge of word processing, creating basic presentations and using simple spreadsheets.
All learners from Grade R to Grade 3 have a 40-minute lesson in the computer room each week with a specialist teacher. They are encouraged to express their creativity while learning and consolidating new skills, while Grades 4 to 6 have two forty-minute lessons.
We make extensive use of the online program, Mathletics which the learners can access at any time using their username and password to log in. They earn points on a weekly basis and are rewarded with Bronze, Silver or Gold certificates depending on their achievements. Some of our learners appear on the Mathletics Hall of Fame which makes us extremely proud!
We have a Computer Club on two afternoons per week, one exclusively for The Foundation Phase and the other for the Intersen Phase. We have different fun activities taking place each week.