We intend to make the first interactive screens available to our senior pupils, which will bring their subjects to life with on-line science experiments. They will be able to explore a hypothesis virtually, and then see a demonstration of the experiment performed by a scientist on video. As our children’s experience of the world is limited, geography lessons will benefit considerably from this new technology, enabling them to see vivid photographs and videos of any part of the world, interactive visualisations of geological formations and exploration of social constructs, using charts and diagrams. There is a huge range of on-line teaching materials as well that our staff can use to enhance the students’ understanding of any subject, which we will make full use of. Learning spoken English will be greatly enhanced by the opportunity to listen and respond to examples of good English.