Students learn with Google in classroom

From left, deputy head girl Sayeeda Nur, Head Girl, Genevieve Wilks, Justin Heath from The Haven, with deputy head girls Esther Pilling and Rosie Tredray

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Havant Sixth Form College has embraced modern technology by launching its pioneering Google Classroom.

The Google Apps for Education is a scheme which enables students to share and learn interactively, anytime, anywhere and using any device.

Recently, the college hosted a meeting with Havant MP Alan Mak and headteachers from the Havant Federation to give insight into the innovative programme.

Mr Mak said: ‘Ensuring local students have the best start in life is one of my top priorities.

‘The college have launched a pioneering technology plan using Google Apps for Education.

‘Innovative technology like Chromebooks can help students in and out of the classroom, and I look forward to developing this exciting venture in the months.’

The College anticipates that this innovation will be a change in how students learn in the future.

They will be hosting a launch event at the college on Friday, September 2.

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