Staggered iPad Integration throughout KS2 since 2012 

July 2012 1:1 iPads introduced into Y5 

Data set 1 represents the children who had 1:1 iPads for the full 12 months, compared to the previous year five who didn’t, which is data set 2. It is evident that huge gains were made, particularly in writing.

The same year group tracked across two years into year 6: 

 

 

The same year group tracked across two years into year 6: 

Data set 1 represents the children who had 1:1 iPads for the full two years, compared to the previous year five who didn’t, which is data set 2. However, data set 2 reflects a shift in teaching and learning, for the second year of the two years, where teachers were beginning to use Apple technology and children had access to iPads throughout the school day. This enabled accelerated progress in year six. 

July 2013 1:1 iPads introduced into Y4 

Data set 1 represents the children who had 1:1 iPads for 12 months, compared to the previous year four who didn’t, which is data set 2. It is evident that the children have jumped almost one term ahead within this year. 

 

The same year group tracked across two years into year 5 (current): 

Five terms with 1:1 iPads have seen this year group rapidly accelerate progress and achieve significantly above expected levels in all three subjects. 

July 2014 1:1 iPads introduced into Y3 

This is a mid year update to show that already children in year three are attaining higher levels than the previous year. This can be attributed to the fact that technology is now embedded throughout the school, with teachers using Apple TV, Apple technology and a more creative approach to teaching and learning. This year has seen a more focused use of technology to improve mathematics – impact is already evident. 

Stephenson Memorial Primary School

Martin Road

Howdon

Wallsend

Tyne and Wear

NE28 0AG

 

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