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Computing

Our Computing Curriculum is taught from Nursery to Year 6 where skills are built upon year on year, until the end of year Key Stage Two where children will emerge accomplished in many aspects of computing. Where possible, links are made with the 20 core concepts running through the curriculum. 

 

Children in all key stages learn computer programming and coding, testing and debugging their apps as they go. We have a wide variety of resources to support learning both in computing lessons and across the curriculum. We have a computing suite for Key Stage One and Key Stage Two. Classrooms are all resourced with interactive whiteboards which are used to enhance children’s learning. The school also makes use of shared resources such as iPads, laptops and netbooks which can be used within lessons or as part of group work.

 

 

Autumn A

Autumn B

Spring A

Spring B

Summer A

Summer B

Curriculum Driver

Our Place in Our World

Creative Collaborators

Inquisitive Investigators

Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Creative Collaborators

Our Place in Our World

Concept

Health & Well-being

 

Diversity

Relationships

Change

Consequence

Service

Responsibility

Identity

 

Rights

Computing

E-safety and Digital Wellbeing

We are celebrating

Powerpoint  unit 1.6

We are collectors

Branching database (adapt to sorting weather or plants)

We are treasure hunters (coding)

We are painters unit 1.3

 

We are storytellers

Year 2 Overview

 

Autumn A

Autumn B

Spring A

Spring B

Summer A

Summer B

Curriculum Driver

Inquisitive Investigators

Our Place in Our World

Our Place in Our World

Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Inquisitive Investigators

Creative Collaborators

Concept

Change

Resilience

Respect

Sustainability

Health & Well-being

Service

 

Consequences

Change

Diversity

Power

Essential Question

What makes an invention great?

Who is responsible for our future?

‘You are what you eat.’ – are we?

Why do local charities need our help?

Could animals and plants live without each other?

Does our voice matter?

Computing

E-Safety and Digital Wellbeing

We are astronauts   (link to the underwater theme – we deep-sea divers)

We are photographers

We are researchers 2.4

We are zoologists 2.6

We are game testers 2.2

 

Autumn A

Autumn B

Spring A

Spring B

Summer A

Summer B

Curriculum Driver

Inquisitive Investigators

Our Place in Our World

Our Place in Our World

Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Inquisitive Investigators

Creative Collaborators

Concept

Change

Resilience

Respect

Sustainability

Health & Well-being

Service

 

Consequences

Change

Diversity

Power

Essential Question

What makes an invention great?

Who is responsible for our future?

‘You are what you eat.’ – are we?

Why do local charities need our help?

Could animals and plants live without each other?

Does our voice matter?

Computing

E-Safety and Digital Wellbeing

We are astronauts   (link to the underwater theme – we are deep sea divers)

We are photographers

We are researchers 2.4

We are zoologists 2.6

We are game testers 2.2

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