Digital learning is not just about using computers and the internet but is also about creating digital solutions through robotics, coding and data analysis. We do all of these things at MHP. Our students are well prepared for the changing world of technology.
At MHP, teachers have access to professional development so that they can use various technologies effectively with students in learning programmes and so that students become independent and active users. Our learning zones are digitally-intense environments where students have access to use a range of technologies in appropriate ways at every available opportunity. Information and communication technologies are integrated into the curriculum wherever their use makes skills and knowledge more accessible, more stimulating, more relevant, more authentic and of high quality. Our teachers recognise that students are often more capable, confident and creative than adults in the use of of these technologies and these skills are capitalised on whenever possible.
With effect from 2020, MHP is initiating a BYOD programme where Year 6 students can bring their own Chromebooks into the school. The student can also use this same Chromebook into Years 7 and 8 in MHJC.