We aim to provide high-quality computing education that equips pupils to use computational thinking and creativity. Technology and computing are used in most areas of our and the children’s daily lives, so we aim to show the children how computing is used in the wider world at an age appropriate and meaningful level.
The children will be taught a range of skills how to create and use programmes, from a basic level using Bee-bots and Roamers in Foundation Stage progressing to using programming software such as ‘Scratch’ and then on to more advanced packages such as ‘Python’ in Year 6. Pupils will also learn how to organise digital information and to select and use a variety of software. Much of the content of our computing curriculum will be linked to the work that children are doing in subjects such as science and maths. In addition, they will be taught how to use technology safely, respectfully and responsibly and how to report any concerns they may have.
|Kon Tiki Program a Lego Sphinx||
Year 4 have been working really hard in Computing to program games in Scratch this term. They finished the unit…
|Year 3 Pop Art Portraits||
Year 3 have enjoyed using the iPads to create some Pop Art Portraits of themselves. They have learnt how to…
|Safer Internet Day 7th February 2017||
We are really pleased to be taking part in Safer Internet Day 2017. Since we are always looking for ways…
|16th September 2016 – Coding Club Autumn Term – 29th September 2016||
This letter was not sent to the entire school so it may not be relevant for your child 16th September…
|Victory Class use Makey Makey to make graphite pianos||
Victory Class had a fantastic time combining their computing skills with their work in Music and French. First we programmed…