ICT Programs Cyberwellness Newsletter (Cyberwellness) Computer Lab Safety Rules Baseline Modules One-to-One Computing (1:1C) Baseline Modules The Baseline ICT Standards is a set of ICT skill competencies set out in four progressive Key Stages. These represent the basic level of knowledge, skills and values that pupils need in order to fully benefit from a curriculum enriched with ICT, and eventually thrive in a technology-driven society. These standards have been benchmarked against overseas ICT standards as well as curriculum and existing practices in our schools. Included in the standards are two critical cyber wellness areas of skills and values, namely, ethical and legal use, and safe and responsible use. These skills and values are also to be integrated into learning activities wherever appropriate. One-to-One Computing (1:1C) This program aims to extend learning beyond the classroom and allows pupils to access the world of information and knowledge to enhance their learning. The school provides a wireless environment that allows pupils to tap onto the vast information on the world wide web and collaborate with peers through the use of new media and web 2.0 tools. As part of the 1:1 Computing Environment, the school introduces the 1:1 Computing Program. This program aims to equip every pupil with a personal learning device to empower him/her to learn in meaningful, effective and engaging ways. Equipped with learning devices, pupils have greater access to digital learning resources and information, and take learning beyond the confines of the classroom. 1:1C Program brings learning to a whole new level where pupils’ learning becomes more customised and personalised. The program also gears pupils towards collaborative and independent learning and promotes the acquisition of 21st century skills to prepare our pupils for the interconnected world of the future.