Curriculum Summary:

Patterson Lakes Primary School recognises that ICT provides a unique opportunity to enhance student learning using online, collaborative and a wide range of digital technologies, which is made available via computers.  ICT is an integral part of a child’s education. It is a domain that is mandated to be reported on in accordance with the Victorian Essential Learning Standards from level 2-10 as set by Department of Education. By using computers, associated digital technologies and software packages students and teachers can interact and operate effectively in a modern technological global society.

Central to this program is the Multi Media Centre. It contains a more traditional 30 PC lab and an Interactive Technologies & Communications Hub. The later is new and was officially opened on November 17, 2011. All classrooms in the school have small pods of computers and an interactive whiteboard.

The ICT Hub houses a number of different teaching and learning spaces and employs a range of different technologies. These technologies are woven into instruction by a specialist teacher to make engaging and realistic products and experiences for our students.


An exciting new venture. PLPS TV

An enthusiastic group of Year 4 students have embarked on a TV show production called. ‘Where, Oh Where is Nosey Bear/’. He has become a beloved character around the school. He has his own theme song and web site where the podcasts are housed. The children are working hard to learn the skills required to cooperate together to complete a full scale, yet short show.  You can catch each episode at http://noseybear.podomatic.com/. You can also view at http://plps4ict.edublogs.org  as you follow Mrs B’s blog working with students of PLPS.

Episode 1 Series 1: Pilot episode. Presenters Lana and Alex.

Episode 2 Series 1. Mysterious egg event and the Opening of the MMC. Presenters. Lana and Summer

Follow Nosey Bear and PLPS TV on iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/plps-tv-nosey-bear/id482325832?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 



ICT Policy 2010