ICT

Here in CB we use ICT for teaching, learning and administration systems within the school.

Students and staff actively use ICT-based communication to participate in learning communities outside the school. We are continually developing systems and digital learning content, to meet students’ individual learning needs. We use carefully selected ICT-based learning and assessment resources to enhance and support student learning.

We use Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams for learning. When a student arrives in CB they receive their login details. These will stay with them for the duration of their time with us. This enables students to be independent learners, and gives them access to their class materials whenever they need them.

We have 4 Computer rooms, and a large number of laptops for student use. Every subject avails of these throughout the year. Our Wi-Fi systems enable students to safely use their own devices for learning, under the supervision of the class teacher.

We offer Coding as a junior cycle short course, and Computer Science as a Leaving Certificate subject, however, all students will receive ICT classes and take part in ICT based events during their time here.

We are passionate about promoting STEM careers and opportunities. We are very proud of the high numbers of our students who go on to study and work in technology related roles.

Our students take part in the following national programmes:

  • CodePlus with Trinity College and TA21
  • SDCC Inspiring the Future
  • IWish conference
  • Microsoft Dreamspace
  • CSInc with TU Dublin
  • TeenTurn
  • Stemettes
  • Women in Data Centres
  • Stepin2Tech for digital literacy
  • IBM P-TEch
  • AWS GetIT
  • and many more
Dec 15
2021
Christmas Exams - date change!!
Dec 22
2021
School Christmas Celebrations
Jan 06
2022
School reopens
24-Nov-2021
It is with a heavy heart we inform you of the passing of our wonderful teacher, friend & colleague, Maria Broderick.
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