IT @ RPCC
We are very lucky at Regents Park to have a range of IT facilities available for our students.
Our facilities include 5 purpose built IT Suites, which cater for all subjects including computer sciences, English, mathematics and photography.
During the summer of 2021 we added our newest IT suite in room 8. The room has 32 Intel i5 desktop computers available for students to use and sports the latest in audio visual technology with the addition of a 75" UHD 10 Point Touch Interactive Panel. These panels allow both teacher and student to collaborate on learning objectives making for a more engaged environment for your child.
In addition to our IT suites our school library has 22 desktop computers that are available for students not only during lessons but through break, lunch and after school with one of our librarians on hand if they need any help.
Our school library is also the home to one of most exciting bits of technology our school has to offer...
Our Self Service Laptop Locker!
The schools locker system is linked into our LMS (Library Management System) giving students the chance to borrow a device so they can work online anywhere in the school. Within the locker, sits 32 Dell Latitude 3190 2in1 convertible laptops which students can use as a traditional notebook or as a tablet device, these have become so popular with our students that in 2022 we plan on adding an additional 32 device locker system so more students can benefit from the availability of these devices.
At Regents Park we are always looking for innovative ways to develop Teaching and Learning through technology, be this with tech as simple as a document visualiser which allows students to see demonstrations through classroom AV or via Google Classroom, to more exciting technology like our set of 32 VR Headsets. Our VR headsets can be used to transport your child anywhere in the world as part of a geography case study, visit the trenches during World War I in History or even an imaginative planet to inspire them in English while working on a creative masterpiece. Virtual and augmented reality still has a lot to offer in the classroom with exciting developments always just around the corner.