ClassVR Pioneer School Program

Innovative Schools Using ClassVR Now

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The ClassVR Pioneer School initiative has been created to establish a point of excellence for ClassVR usage and a regional point of contact for schools looking to understand how Virtual Reality can engage their students and offer a new immersive element to their teaching and learning.

ClassVR Pioneer Schools have been selected for their proactive approach to technology within the classroom and a willingness to showcase the solution within their region. They are always willing to welcome other schools to visit, offering support and guidance on how best to implement this innovative new technology into the classroom.

Pioneer Schools give schools an invaluable opportunity to see the devices in action and the opportunity to speak to fellow teachers about their experiences and the positive impact ClassVR has had in their lessons.

Serving the Borough of Blackburn with Darwen and parts of Pennine Lancashire, St Wilfrid’s Church of England Academy places a strong emphasis on engagement for all students. The staff are committed to embracing modern technology to maximise learning, making them an ideal Pioneer school for ClassVR.

Barry Island Primary School serves the community of Barry Island in the Vale of Glamorgan. As a Hwb+ centre of excellence and an Apple Regional Training Centre, Barry Island Primary is a leading technology school in Wales, and is always keen to adopt new and innovative ways to engage students within the classroom.

Building on their success of being a highly respected LearnPad Leader School for the past three years, Penybont Primary was considered to be best placed to become a Pioneer School for ClassVR, the world’s first affordable VR/AR solution designed to give schools everything they need to deliver an exciting, engaging and truly immersive learning experience, whilst ensuring it is fully managed and controlled within the classroom.

Crowlands is a larger-than-average sized primary school which serves the London Borough of Havering. It became a ClassVR Pioneer school back in March and since then has invested in three more class sets to boost engagement across the school.

English Martyrs’, formed in 1965, is a Catholic Voluntary Academy, part of the Saint Robert Lawrence Catholic Academy Trust, in the Diocese of Nottingham.

Are you an existing ClassVR user interested in becoming a Pioneer School?

We’d love to hear how you are using ClassVR to engage your students and improve outcomes.

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