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Mind the Gap is a national programme, aimed at schools, to get every school-age child online at home. http://www.e-learningfoundation.com/mind-the-gap

Schools who believe that this is already the case are invited to be recognised as a

Digitally Inclusive School

Schools that believe this is important can register so that we can direct resources that will help them ensure each of their pupils can go online at home for their homework, revision and research.

Mind the gap

Mind the Gap believe that children with internet access at home have a greater chance of
achieving their potential at school. But government statistics show that over 500,000
children cannot get online at home. We want to fill in this gap and we know schools
are best placed to help us.


How big is the problem?

Over 500,000 children in over 400,000 of the poorest homes in the UK cannot go online
using a computer at home, disadvantaging them in their education. Schools expect
children to use the Internet at home for homework, research, revision, collaboration
and independent study. Yet 8% of schoolchildren are excluded from doing this
due to poor resources at home.

  • Supporting children to explore computer science on a range of devices.

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    Supporting children to explore computer science on a range of devices

     

  • "Hands-on" Continuing Professional Development for teachers.

  • Supporting children to explore computer science on a range of devices.

  • Supporting children to explore computer science on a range of devices.

  • Yr2 fire of London

    Yr 2 pupils use technology to share their learning about the Great fire of London.

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