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    Computing


    Our curriculum for computing is designed to provide children with the skills they need to excel in the constantly developing technological world in which we live. It is a curriculum that continuously evolves in order to keep pace with the rapid advances in technology. Pupils have access to a range of hardware such as: laptops, netbooks, iPads, iPods and tablets, and software, such as: Scratch, Logo, Kodu, Pivot, Minecraft, iMovie, thus ensuring that they can apply computational thinking to a variety of devices and systems.

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    Lessons are taught using a cross-curricular approach, although some skills may be taught discretely should they not link to the cross curricular topics being taught. Information technology is used in lessons on a daily basis to enhance teaching and promote independent and collaborative learning. Pupils are encouraged to use computational thinking across all subjects, in the form of problem solving, logical planning and reasoning.

    Pupils are taught to:

    You can see an overview by cohorts on our curriculum page.