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The Buckingham School is embracing the benefits of a blended learning curriculum to better support students’ learning and their access to learning materials.
Blended learning refers to the retention of all effective elements of traditional teacher-led classroom instruction (written work, literacy, numeracy etc.) and skilfully weaves in digital technologies (digital devices, online resources etc) and collaborative learning.
Our intent is that blended learning will improve learning for all student groups; enabling them to collaborate with each other, access materials, assignments, live content and online work conversations. The opportunity for blended learning to support swifter progress, greater parity of opportunity and adaptability in learning styles and strategies in a normal school environment is second to none.
As a result, the School has invested heavily in the infrastructure and learning packages that greatly benefit students, for example,Seneca Learning Premium, which is proven to increase student outcomes.
In order for students to reap the benefits of these resources, we ask that all students are equipped with a Chromebook for use both in School and at home from January 2024 onwards and have purchased the licence to use the suite of resources that are available to them.