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Using modern technology to improve English

Ofsted good practice example showing how Alwoodley Primary School uses information and communication technology to improve English.

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Alwoodley Primary School - good practice example.pdf

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This example focuses on the use of information and communication technology to improve teaching and learning in English. It shows how a range of resources encourages young children to experiment confidently with different approaches to communication, to understand how language changes to meet specific demands and to appreciate the importance of reviewing and improving early drafts.

Published 16 January 2013