CLICK: Horsham Special School students, from back left, Hayden Bond, Ben Anton, Maree Crouch and Kashia Van Hoof; middle, Ben Isaac, Bailey McGennisken, Hailey Leathan and Michael Walker; and in front, Rose Joy and James Wilson, test out the school’s new Panasonic cameras on Thursday. Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER CAMERA-TASTIC: Horsham Special School students Rose Joy and James Wilson try the school’s new Panasonic cameras for size.

I SEE YOU: Horsham Special School students Tiffany Leathan and Ben Anton practise taking photos of each other with the school’s new cameras.

HORSHAM Special School students are using technology to aid classroom learning.

School principal Matt Copping said the school had raised money to buy 10 Panasonic Lumix cameras for student use.

Mr Copping said the students would use the cameras to take photos during literacy, science and maths activities, as well as sporting events.

“We also have a life skills program and the cameras will mean students can take a photo of cooking activities for their folio, or when participating in the work experience program,” he said.

“Many students would have access to a camera at home in this day and age, but the school cameras are a learning aid which can be used for educational purposes and enjoyment.

“Students can take photos to profile their personal development and motivate them to keep learning and using technology.

“Photos of school excursions and other cultural activities can be displayed and shared on classroom interactive whiteboards, or in the school newsletter.”

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