About the 1-2-1 Scheme
About the 1-2-1 Scheme
Technology offers us a unique opportunity to extend learning beyond the classroom. Students only spend 20% of their lives at school so the learning that takes place at home is extremely important to their future success. The iPad maximises the opportunity for Challenge Based Learning, which leads to greater creativity, independence, resilience, teamwork, challenge and results, by allowing a student’s work to happen wherever, whenever. Our vision is that every child will have access to an iPad for their sole use both at home every evening, during the holidays and at school, to ensure that they can learn at any time. The iPad gives the opportunity to develop personalised student-centred learning. Our decision is based on a range of educational research that shows it encourages engagement , collaboration, leadership and enquiry skills which will promote learning and progression.
1-2-1 iPad scheme 2018
Please click here for the 1-2-1 iPad Scheme information booklet. (Costs subject to change depending on latest Portal Options specified below)
For any questions or queries about the scheme please email firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of staff will reply to your email.
2018 Portal Options (Currently Closed)
This portal is open to year 6 students joining Bohunt School Worthing from September 2018, and all students who are not already enrolled in the 1-2-1 scheme in year 8, 9 and 10 from September 2018.
|Payment Type||Model||Years insurance and Warranty||Amount of Contributions||Monthly Contribution||Total Charges|
|24 Monthly||iPad 32GB||2||24||£17.97||£431.28|
In the recent monitoring visit from the Bohunt Education Trust (October 2017) our iPad 1:1 scheme was highly praised, in particular the way that iPad use is now embedded into our curriculum and the way our students use iPads responsibly and effectively in lessons. As you will know, we do not allow iPad use during social time, this is because we prioritise students’ face to face social interactions at that time.
It is true however, that in the modern world much of the socialising that young people do is online, via social media and messaging platforms etc. Keeping young people safe in this online world is hugely important but can be a thorny issue. In order to support you in this endeavour, we have put together some advice and further links that may be of use.
We do hope you find the attached helpful. Should you ever have concerns regarding your child’s safety online that you would like support with, please do get in touch with their form tutor or achievement coordinator.
For additional information on On-line Safety, follow the links below: