Appropriate use of technology can enhance the teaching and learning process. All the pupils at Bryanston Primary use the Computer Aided Maths Instruction (CAMI) system installed on the school network.
The system contains practice material in mathematics from Reception to Y8 and beyond to A-level. It keeps individual and class records, which enable teachers to monitor the development of pupils and to produce reports, helping them in their assessment and planning. Every pupil spends at least thirty five minutes a week on the system as part of the normal timetable. The Bryanston kids thoroughly enjoy this method of teaching and excellent results have been achieved thus far!
Since it’s inception in 2009 at Bryanston Primary School, CAMI Education is at the forefront of state of the art educational software development. CAMI’S innovative thinking skills keep the programs easy and fun to work with and comprises all the revised curriculum content, thus being a comprehensive and unique program that works!