Our pupils are prepared for a rapidly changing world through the use of technology at MEC. Our learning environments are equipped with sufficient computers and an interactive whiteboard, which are fully networked.
Computing skills are taught both discretely and in cross-curricular, supporting other areas of learning. At lower levels, children are taught basic computer skills and how to use devices and software confidently and purposefully, to communicate and handle information and to support their problem solving, recording and expressive skills.
Quite apart from the enrichment and extension opportunities provided by trips and visits, it is important that pupils see the relevance of their learning in the wider world.
To this end, we organize a whole range of class and club trips and excursions to various places both nationally and internationally.
Pupils also take part in field trips for science, social and environmental studies, and innovation. There is most definitely a world beyond MEC and we aim to see as much of it as possible.