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Rise Park Infant School receives national ICT mark

PUBLISHED: 17:32 27 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:32 27 February 2013

Rise Park primary school pupils at the BETT exhibition receiving the award from Anthony Salcito, the Vice-President of Education Microsoft. Early years leaders Jan Nunn, ICT leader Sarah Steel and head teacher Carolyn Fox are also pictured.

Rise Park primary school pupils at the BETT exhibition receiving the award from Anthony Salcito, the Vice-President of Education Microsoft. Early years leaders Jan Nunn, ICT leader Sarah Steel and head teacher Carolyn Fox are also pictured.

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Children, parents and school staff were awarded for achievements in computer technology.

Year 5, 6 and 7 children from Rise Park Infant School attended the BETT learning technology show at Excel in the Docklands to collect the NAACE ICT Mark, a national award.

Headteacher Carolyn Fox, said: “We were all delighted to see our children confidently and capably showcase their ICT skills at this exhibition, which was a really enjoyable day for us all.”

The school is now sharing its expertise with other local schools.

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