iPads for Learning at Haslingden High School

Technology is an important part of learning at Haslingden High School and since 2014 families have had the opportunity to be part of our iPads for Learning Scheme.   This has transformed the way students learn at our school enabling everyone to access resources, create and share content and use apps in any subject. Home learning including access to homework assignments and revision materials online is a vital part of our scheme and students participating in our iPad scheme can take the device to use at home.

Our scheme is inclusive so everyone has access to a device regardless of their circumstances.  For more information about our scheme and the impact on learning in the classroom, please click here.

If you have any questions about our iPad scheme in the meantime, please email jroper@haslingdenhigh.com

iPads for Learning: September 2017

We had a fantastic turnout to our Launch Evening on June 26th.  If you were not able to attend or wish to view the slides again, please click the following link:

iPad presentation for September 2017

Purchasing your iPad:

Portal log in details

Please click this link to go to the Tech4Learners portal to place your order: www.tech4learners.co.uk

Username: HHS717

Password: Welcome01

Information about Insurance

Details about the Summit/Compucover insurance policy are on the Tech4Learners portal.  If you have any questions about iPad insurance, please contact school.


Portal closes 6th October- if you miss the order date, delivery of your iPad will be delayed

First Payment 25th October

Arrangements for collecting devices will be made after the iPads have been shipped.  We expect this to be in the first or second week of October.


Our iPads for Learning scheme has had a real impact on learning

A range of students from Years 7-10 were surveyed via Google Forms in April 2017.  100 students responded from a sample across different classes and ability sets.

  • Students are widely (79%) using the iPad in class for research, submitting work (82%) and receiving work back from teachers (78%)
  • In addition quizzing (e.g. Socrative) and creating content using apps were widely reported (>50%) as being used in class
  • 93% of students are using their iPad regularly to do homework
  • 92% of students think having access to an iPad has made learning easier and more enjoyable.
eSafety & iPad Acceptable Use Policy

It is vital that all participants in our iPads for Learning scheme stay safe online and respect the terms and conditions in our eSafety and iPad policy. Please download a copy of our rules for safe iPad and ICT use from the link below;

e-Safety & iPad Acceptable Use Policy


iPad Insurance – for students starting after September 2017:

Claim Form – Sept 2017

iPad Insurance – for students starting before September 2017:

insurance scheme June 2016 – for students in Year 7 September 2016 and students with new iPads issued between Dec 2016 and February 2017

iPad Insurance Scheme Policy – for students in Years 10 and 11 using an iPad Mini 1st generation.

Insurance Claim Form

We use the Otterbox Defender case with our school iPads and recommend that parents providing their own iPad for their child to use in school do the same.  These cases are very strong and we expect breakages to be the exception rather than the norm.  Please watch Mr Roper’s drop test demonstration!

Information for families who have chosen to opt out of the scheme

Our scheme is voluntary and whilst the very large majority of families are part of the scheme, parents can choose not to be involved if they wish. We have a number of iPads that are available for loan from the library during the school day.

Direct debit forms for new students joining the scheme:

iPad FAQ

iPad Letter for Year 9 – May 2016

iPad Letter for Year 10 – May 2016

iPad Letter for Year 11 – May 2016