Scargill Infant School, Rainham, awarded ICT Mark
A Rainham school has been recognised for its use of information and communications technology to enhance children’s work.
Scargill Infant School, Mungo Park Road, has been awarded the nationally-recognised ICT Mark.
Penny Patterson, Senior Inspector ICT, Havering School Improvement Services, said: “Scargill Infants should be congratulated on this wonderful achievement.
“This demonstrates the excellent ICT management and teaching that is taking place in the school.”
Headteacher Kath Keeper, said: “We are very proud to include the mark on our website and our mailings and this has been noted on a number of occasions, which has further raised the profile of ICT at Scargill Infants.
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“Our most recent OFSTED report positively acknowledged that we had received the ICT Mark in the description of the school.”
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