Computing helps to prepare children for the developing world.
The subject encourages children to develop an understanding of how technology makes a difference in all aspects of life- at home, at school and in the workplace, as well as considering the impact technology has had on society over the years. Children should develop Computing skills that can thoughtfully applied in a range of different situations, with children developing increasing independence in the choices they make over which technology to use to help them reach the desired outcome. As they progress through KS1 and 2 children will become increasing confident in the application of their digital skills, becoming increasingly efficient and effective communicators, collaborators and analysts, showing imagination and creativity in their use of Computing in different aspects of their learning and life beyond school.
Our Computing curriculum is based on the "Purple Mash Computing" units of work. which reflect the content of the National Curriculum 2014. Across each year group, children develop their computing skills by working on iPads and Chromebooks.
Grouping and Sorting
Animated Story Books
Technology outside school
Email (inc. email safety)
Writing for Different Audiences