technology at ledbury

As part of library studies, students learn how to search reliable sources of information, and to navigate the library's catalogue system. Homeroom teachers also bring their classes into the lab for instruction on research, word processing, and other document preparation. In addition, there are a number of curriculum-focused software programs installed. Intermediate students receive formal instruction in Information Technology once a week.

computer lab


Ledbury currently has over 150 iPads used by many classes in the school. They have given the opportunity for students to learn a number of different skills, including those related to literacy and Math. They also allow students to be creative, through apps like iMovie.
Our Chrome Books allow our students a great opportunity to take advantage of online learning programs like the Desire 2 Learn platform. In addition, students can create, collaborate on, and share, a variety of documents as practice for similar work in adult life.

chrome books

interactive whiteboards

Thanks to the assistance of our School Advisory Council, Ledbury has reached its goal of having an interactive whiteboard available to every homeroom. These valuable educational tools are used in many ways to encourage students to share ideas and responses. They have significant appeal to students who are visual learners.
Ledbury has three types of robots, aimed at different age groups. Dot and Dash are two robots that are controlled by iPads, and they introduce students to the concept of coding. M-bots offer older students a chance to further improve coding skills.