In a world where computing is becoming ever important we set high standards to ensure our children are fully equipped with the skills they will need to achieve their full potential. The computing curriculum is split into three main strands:

  • Information technology: using computers for functional purposes such as collecting and presenting information or using search technology.
  • Digital literacy: the safe and responsible use of technology, including recognising its advantages for collaboration or communication.
  • Computer science: how computers and networks work, basic computer programming from simple floor robots and creating computer games.

We also have a whole school programme for the e-safety curriculum; to ensure a wide range of activities for complete coverage so our pupils feel confident when using computers; and the Internet and know what to do if something happens.

We have 2 class sets of iPads which enables whole class teaching to take place.  Pupils also have access Bee Bots, Probots, Programmable robots and green screen technology.



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