Teenage students point the way to primary resource

6th April 2001 at 01:00
Six students from John Cabot Community Technology College, Bristol have launched a website full of ICT lesson plans and resources for teachers and parents of primary school children. The site developed from an after-shool project the students run to teach youngsters computer skills. The teenagers hope their site will soon become a major teaching and learning resource for schools worldwide.


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