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Digital 4 All Campaign

The Old Colytonian Society, parents, staff and grandparents have all got involved in the launch of our campaign Digital 4 All, thank you what a fantastic start!
8 Jul 2020
Club News
In 9 days we've raised 10% of our target
In 9 days we've raised 10% of our target
One thousand students will be starting back at Colyton Grammar School in September, our largest cohort in our 474 year history. Our Digital 4 All camapign is to ensure that the school delivers digital equality across the school for every student. 

What a fantastic response and it continues from the OCS, parents, staff, trustees, and grandparents. Thank you all for your support so far.

It is important to highlight that every student will benefit. All our students should be able to access digital equipment to enhance their education and skills set for their future. In recent months we have seen how digital and remote learning can be effective in times of emergency, a must for schools to allow education to continue. We have also proven that digital/remote learning can be effective, enabling us to deliver the greater part of our wider curriculum with no negative effect on quality and results. We can still deliver a world class school, even when the classrooms are empty. Through this project digital devices will be standardised across school, meaning teaching is made much easier, safer and personalised. 

 

What do the students think? Current students have stated "it would be so much easier if the whole class, including the teacher, had the same device, software, apps, camera, microphone etc'"Year 7. 

'"through online learning I found out there are some really excellent resources which have been made easy to access. These will be really helpful for revision" year 10

 

The ‘Digital 4 All’ campaign is urgent, strategic and relevant for our students - you can be part of this change.
 

 

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