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ICT Programme
“I don’t use technology in my classroom because it’s a buzzword or a trend. I use it because connecting my kids with the world will prepare them for the future.” ~ anonymous   

In Changkat Primary School, we believe in teaching our pupils tomorrow’s skills today. A structured Core ICT Programme/Training is administered to ensure that our pupils are equipped with the relevant ICT skills to help them attained the Baseline Standard Set by MOE. The Core ICT Programme/Training is conducted during or after school hours by our IT Resident Trainer. Pupils will then use the skills taught in the implementation of their Project Work (IPW). Teaching of ICT skills are also integrated into the curriculum at P1 and P2 where pupils will be introduced to computer system and its peripherals. Keyboarding skills are also taught weekly.   

Main ICT Programme
  • IPW@ Changkat
  • Integration into the curriculum
  • Cyberwellness


We believe in a spiral approach where pupils will see the same topics every year, with each encounter increasing in complexity and reinforcing previous learning.






  • To equip pupils with keyboarding skills that will result in effective use of other open tools such as MS Word Processor, PowerPoint
  • To use Moo-O Plus to improve their reading and oral skills.

Pr 1 Skills

  • Touch typing,
  • Microsoft Word
  • PowerPoint  
  • Features in Moo-O Plus

To write a book review based a book they read on Moo-O Plus, using MS Word or PPT


  • To equip pupils with storyboarding skills and word processing skills


Pr 2 Skills

  • Microsoft Word,
  • PowerPoint,
  • PhotoStory
  • e-book creator in LMS
  • Google Search
  • Excel

To create an e-book and to write a book review based on a book they read on Moo-O Plus, using MS Word or PPT 


(Basic Coding)  

To equip pupils with problem-solving skills as they develop their SCRATCH program for the LINE challenge

P3 Skills

  • Microsoft Word
  • PowerPoint
  • Google Search

To learn the basis of coding through the Scratch software.  


(Intermediate Coding) 

 To equip pupils with problem-solving skills as they develop their SCRATCH program for the SUMO challenge and LINE challenge 

Pr 4 Skills

  • Scratch
  • Microsoft Word
  • PowerPoint
  • Google Search
  •  Excel


To learn the basis of coding through the Scratch software.


(Advanced Coding) 

To equip pupils with problem-solving skills as they develop their SCRATCH program for game creation challenge


Pr 5 Skills

  • Scratch
  • Microsoft Word
  • PowerPoint
  • Google Search
  • Excel

To produce a game using advanced coding using the Scratch software.


To equip pupils with knowledge of photo editing tools to be able to create a poster.

  • Web2.0 tools
  • Presentation Tools (PPT, WMM)
  • To choose one of the skills learnt to advertise their products for Enterprise Day


Integration of ICT into Curriculum
In pursuit of academic excellence, our Supporting ICT Programmes are integrated into the curriculum. Our Learning Management System, MCOnline provides teachers with wide repertoire of teaching materials to support collaborative learning. This platform also encourages pupils to be a Self-Directed learner as pupils will be able to revise their work at their own pace and own time. Learning will be fun for pupils as the Learning Management System provides them with varieties, from stories to game and quizzes. E-learning days are also set aside and e-learning tasks are assigned to pupils frequently in various subjects to ensure that pupils know what to do in case of school closure.

Other ICT applications are also used pervasively in our teaching and learning such as use of the CMS, dataloggers and Web 2.0 tools. ICT is used as a vehicle to drive our IP subjects.

The table below shows how ICT is integrated into IP subjects:
ICT in EMS @ a Glance 







Reading – Newspaper Reflection

To create awareness amongst pupils on issues related to NE, school values, SEL,
21 st  Century skills & current issues.

Blog writing

P4- P6

Reading – Newspaper  reflection

To email their reflection at least once per term an article (Letter to the Editor) as an authentic task


P5 – P6

Oral Communication

  • To provide opportunities for pupils to practise conversing with peers & evaluate each other’s reading aloud using given rubrics
  • To guide pupils to think critically & relate to the world through authentic materials

Voice recorders

P3- P5


Self-directed (SDL) & Collaborative (CoL) lessons

  • To encourage pupils to be more self-directed and take charge of their own learning
  • To collaborate so as to learn with & from others

Google Drive




P1-3 teachers to conduct simple formulae computations using Excel.

P4 teachers to conduct Graphs using Excel.

P5 teachers to conduct Average using Excel.

Shared Blog/Web 2.0 Tools

Usage of Shared Blog/Web 2.0 Tools for at least 50% of the topics.

Purchased Apps

P1-3 teachers to use Math purchased apps in Math lessons.

To motivate pupils in Mathematics through the use of ICT.




P1 –P5


Inquiry-Based Learning (IBL)

ICT is integrated in the IBL Lesson Packages to promote SDL & CoL. Blogging will be used as a platform for pupils to engage in discussions and presenting information.

1. To allow pupils to better grasp the concepts as they are constantly involved in the learning process.


2. To provide pupils with authentic contexts to apply their learning


P3 –P6

With dealing in this modern age of IT-savvy pupils, we need to also look into the etiquette in Cyberspace. Based on Cyberwellness framework from MOE of Respect for Self and Others and Safe and Responsible use of technology the school has implemented programmes for pupils to help them deal with moral issues online.

Cyberwellness ambassadors are also train to be leaders in leading cyber awareness to their peers. Term 2 Week 10 is dedicated to be cyberwellness week.

Computer Lab 2 will be open every Friday from 2.30 to 3.30 p.m. to provide for students without internet access to complete computer work that has been assigned by their teachers. The lab will be manned by a school staff.   

Our pupils have easy access to the computers in the school library. Free access labs are also made available during the e-learning days to cater the need of pupils without internet access at home.