A GROUP of pupils have been awarded for their superior computing skills.
Queensmead School, in Queen’s Walk, South Ruislip, has been given a prestigious national ICT award, the Third Millennium Learning Award, by computer technology association Naace.
The award means students at the school are among some of the country’s top computer enthusiasts, and Queensmead is one of only 70 schools in the UK and abroad to receive the award, given because the pupils demonstrated how they use technology to enhance their learning by personalising it to their needs.
They also contributed to a short video, by filming themselves using their technology and sharing their ICT know-how.
Paul Crossley, ICT Key Stage Four Coordinator at Queensmead, said: “Getting the award has been a great experience for us.
“It is an acknowledgement from a national and well respected organisation that we are ahead of the game at Queensmead School.
“We are leading the field in demonstrating new ways of learning made possible by new technology.”