Over an academic year children complete a range of computing projects.
Each project has a goal, for example: to create an onscreen game for another class to play or to create a piece of background music to accompany the recording of a poem.
There are IT resources throughout the school which are used to support, enhance and extend learning in other curriculum subjects. These resources are used to provide opportunities for collaborative work, communicating with different audiences, and to improve digital literacy. E-safety knowledge and understanding continues to be at the centre of our Computing curriculum.
Data Handling - Datalogging - Digital Art - Digital Research - Electronic Communication - Esafety - Programming - Sound - Text, Graphics and Multimedia - Video and Animation
National Computing Programmes of Study
Computer Science (CS) - Information Technology (IT) - Digital Literacy (DL)
This is a list of the aims of the schools Computing curriculum. Projects cover a range of achievement statements and every pupil is assessed against these statements. Pupils are identified to be either beginning, or developing, or secure in a statement. This in turn informs planning and enables progress to be monitored.
We have linked our achievement statements to the National Computing Curriculum. Download a complete copy of our achievement statements.