Wednesday February 26, 2020

Transforming classroom learning with iPad

Every child in a Fermoy primary school is getting the benefit of an Apple-assisted education

24th January, 2016
James O’Donoghue, principal of Bishop Murphy Memorial School in Fermoy, Co Cork

Perched on a hill just a short walk from the town centre, Bishop Murphy Memorial School is something of a landmark in Fermoy, and has been a big part of the east County Cork community since it was built in 1904. The all-boys primary school might have the stately facade and high ceilings of a bygone era, but step inside its classrooms and you have no doubt that you are in a 21st century learning environment.


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