Ladybirds are learning fast

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THE Learning Ladybirds children in Years 1 and 2 are over the moon after a brand new interactive whiteboard was installed in their classroom at Stoke Goldington CE First School.

This latest type of technology has already proved to be a hit with the Early Years Foundation Stage Busy Bees children since its installation a few weeks ago, and now the Learning Ladybirds have a whiteboard of their very own too.

The Busy Bees got on so well with their whiteboard the idea was soon rolled out to the older children in the school’s various Learning Ladybirds classes.

The new multimedia platform allows teachers and children access to the very latest learning materials and activities at the ‘touch of a finger.’ They can draw and write various items that appear in front of the class on a whiteboard.

Typically, some of the children are almost as quick as the teachers to navigate their way around the new technology.

However, everyone is enjoying getting to grips with the new equipment, which is proving to be a popular and valuable piece of technology.

Headteacher Kathryn Crompton said: “We are thrilled with the latest addition to our IT facilities here at the school and very proud that our 19 children are able to benefit from this type of technology.”