Computing and Information Communication Technology (ICT) is taught in all classes and linked where appropriate to topic work or current learning across the curriculum. Our aim is to provide a high quality computing education which enables pupils to be digitally literate, able to understand the fundamental concepts of computer science and how these can be used to solve problems as well as ensuring our pupils are responsible, confident and creative users of information and communication technology.
All classrooms are fitted with Smartboard technology to help enhance learning experiences in all lessons. This is enriched by a broad range of hardware including: PCs, laptops, iPads and a variety of programmable devices such as Beebots, Roamers and Lego Robots.
As part of the computing and PHSE curriculum, we recognise that internet safety is a vital part of every child’s life. Therefore, we aim to equip all pupils with the knowledge, understanding and skills of internet safety by providing a broad and balanced e-safety education for each year group, ensuring that pupils can navigate the online world safely and positively.
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