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Technology is changing the lives of everyone globally.  Through teaching computing education across our school, we inspire & equip the next generation to participate in the rapidly changing world, where work and leisure activities are increasingly transformed by technology.  Computing skills and computational thinking are a major factor in enabling children to become resilient, creative and critical digital citizens, understanding their role and responsibilities in the digital landscape.

Computing Progress Skills

Progression Term 1 2019-20

Progression Term 2 2019-20

Progression Term 3 2019-20

Computing Progress Term 4 2018-19 

Computing Progress Term 5 2018-19 

Computing Progress Term 6 2018-19 

By the time pupils leave primary school we aim to develop pupils who:

  • Are responsible, confident and creative users of technology, who apply computational thinking beyond the Computing curriculum.
  • Become digitally literate and are active participants in a digital world.
  • Know how to stay safe whilst using technology and on the internet, minimising risk to themselves and others.
  • Understand and follow agreed E-Safety rules, and know who to contact if they have concerns, including the use of report buttons.
  • Have repeated practical experience writing computer programs in order to solve problems, including logic & algorithms.
  • Ask and answer questions through collection, analysing, evaluating and presenting data and information.
  • Understand how digital networks work & the services they provide.
  • Use search options effectively; understanding the need to evaluate the relevance of content.

Units taught throughout KS1 and KS2:

Code Club, giving children in year 5 and 6 the opportunity to learn to code, is an additional free weekly after school option.

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