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King’s Lynn school gives technology lesson to Australian school leader

Christine Reilly from New South Wales Australia visiting Howard Junior School on technology fact-finding mission about how i pads can be used. With pupils from year 3.
left to right back Ellie-Mae Kirby, Hollie Castle, Alissa Howell and Gustus Gricius
left to right front Felix Edmore, Georgina Newell (YR 3 Teacher), Christine Reilly and Amber Bramham

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Christine Reilly from New South Wales Australia visiting Howard Junior School on technology fact-finding mission about how i pads can be used. With pupils from year 3. left to right back Ellie-Mae Kirby, Hollie Castle, Alissa Howell and Gustus Gricius left to right front Felix Edmore, Georgina Newell (YR 3 Teacher), Christine Reilly and Amber Bramham Contact 01553 774511 ANL-140906-155937009

A Lynn school has been sharing its experiences of how the latest technology can help its pupils with a visiting school leader from Australia.

Christine Reilly, head of the Hunter River High School in Heatherbrae, New South Wales, met staff and pupils at the Howard Junior School on Monday to find out how iPads and other modern devices can be used to improve teaching.

Mrs Reilly, above second right, is pictured with year three class teacher Georgina Newell and pupils, back, from left, Ellie-Mae Kirby, Hollie Castle, Alissa Howell and Gustus Gricius. Front, from left, Felix Edmore and Amber Bramham. mlnf14af06277

 

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