Junior Alleynian 2023


engagement! This year, all of the boys used their devices to compete for their house to be crowned the TTRS Champions. The fiercely fought competition was enjoyed by all, including the teachers who spent most of it on the edge of their seats! As we look forward to next year, we are continuing to develop our approach to our use of technology inside and outside the classroom at the JS, especially with the changing landscape with recent developments in the accessibility of AI.

digital learning is taking place, but also with a number of clubs, utilising the iPads and IT room to move beyond the curriculum. The ever-popular Stop Motion club saw boys write and produce their own stop animation films whilst others took to the screens themselves, starring in their very own movies inspired by some of the screen legends. With the help of engaging apps like Times Tables Rock Stars (TTRS), even the House Competition is featuring digital

n The use of technology at DCJS is constantly evolving and looking for innovative ways to enhance the learning experience of the boys. The 1-to-1 device roll out is now firmly embedded into the daily life of all of the pupils; opening up new avenues in which lessons are delivered and how understanding is shown. From learning to code, to the use of the green screen and on to robotics, the digital curriculum is vibrant and engaging.

It is not just within the school day that


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