Computer Lab Dunes Academy

Our Computer Lab is well-equipped. Our learners and staff use 40 computers. Computer lessons are part of the weekly schedule up to Class 8.

Our wide range of software allows teachers to integrate lessons with their classroom activities. This allows us to create websites, blogs, news reports, stories, and other documents. We consider Microsoft Office programmers a priority as it is a foundational skill that will be useful in high school and beyond. To improve typing skills, we use a typing programer. We also integrate technology to strengthen and consolidate literacy and mathematics.

Dunes Academy Computer Lab
Com4Kids

The Com4Kids computer education program is our latest acquisition. It is an integrated and relevant curriculum. Com4Kids is a program that will equip learners with the digital skills needed for almost any job, as information technology continues to advance at an ever faster pace.

The Computer Lab

The Computer Lab can be found on the ground floor, just opposite the Main Office. Access to the lab via card id is possible on the main entrance. There are 40 computers in the Dunes Academy computer laboratory. Windows 8 is installed on all of the computers. Microsoft Office suite, Word Perfect and Macromedia 8 are all installed on the computers. Fire Fox, IE Quick Time, Java Flash Player, Symantec Anti-Virus and Media Player 10 are also available.

Projector Screen

The lab has a scanner station, resume station, and a computer that supports assisted technologies. There is a seating capacity for more than 60 students, and a teaching area with a projector screen.

Printers

There are 2 black-and-white printers in the lab, as well as 1 color printer. The lab also has a desktop printer that can be used to print resumes or photocopies.

Lab Rule One

No food or drinks near the computers

Lab Rule Two

Enter the computer lab quietly and work quietly

Lab Rule Three

Clean up your work area before you leave.