Students have a variety of opportunities to explore robotics ranging from units within the classroom to after school activities.
Learning computer languages is fun and productive. Students have created their own apps as well as programmed devices.
Prototypes can be visualized digitally and students are encouraged to work digitally for both creating concepts as well as digital communications.
A popular unit in the Design Technology programme includes conducting market research and creating products to address needs ranging from toys for better learning to tools for managing technology.
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Child protection is extremely important. IST’s Child Protection Policy (Section 7.15 >>) together with procedures to verify the previous employment for new job applicants is part of our commitment to ensure all members of the IST community are informed and educated regarding symptoms of child abuse for the protection of all of our students.