Notebook Programme

Learning and teaching is supported by an Information and Communications Technology rich environment designed to enhance teachers' abilities to deliver an effective and focused curriculum as well as providing the students with another tool to help them access the curriculum and deepen their knowledge and understanding. All students are provided with a notebook computer by the College.


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