Children as
creative producers

Creativity raising achievement

Parental
involvement

...All in a safe,
primary, online community

Welcome to edujam

where childrens' creativity is king, a new and safe online community designed just for primary schools.

Book your online tour of the school stage...With edujam you can meet the government’s 2008 target to provide each pupil with a personalised learning space, whilst at the same time providing a foundation for:

Creativity & inclusiveness

With a range of artforms to choose from and a staff room full of curriculum ideas and lesson plans, edujam supports each child's abilities whatever their preferred style of learning.  

Parental involvement

At-home parental involvement clearly and consistently has significant effects on pupil achievement … which far outweigh other forms of involvement.

Charles Desforges, 2003

In a secure, educationally focused environment, pupils can share and discuss work in their Jam Studio with parents and carers at home.

Extended learning

For teachers and pupils, secure access to edujam is anytime, anywhere; in breakfast and homework clubs, study support groups, or simply assessing work at home.

To find out more contact Edujam for an online tour on the menu above.

News

Eco Committees and Learning Villages to inspire you. Eco Committees and Learning Villages to inspire you.
Creative news from Wales and England to kick start the new school year!
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Becta Award Winner, Clunbury Primary School shows how its focus on creativity and online communities has inspired pupil collaboration and engagement Becta Award Winner, Clunbury Primary School shows how its focus on creativity and online communities has inspired pupil collaboration and engagement
Clunbury Church of England Primary is a small rural school with big educational vision. Based in Shropshire and with 65 pupils on role, the school is run by Head Andy Davis, a keen blogger with a creative approach to implementing ICT across the curriculum. In November 07, Clunbury School won the Becta ICT Excellence Award for the best whole primary school. With technology viewed as an important enabler of teaching and learning, the school not only has a thriving computer club for parents, children and the community, collaborates with other schools but also a highly developed website blog that features parent and staff forums.
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Contact edujam

Tel: 01291 671515
Fax: 01291 671515
Email: info@edujam.org