Computing Key Stage 1
Computing is about exploring technology and its uses. It is about learning how to solve problems in a fun and safe way. In Computing in KS1 I will be taught how to understand the basics of computing and how they are used. In our lessons we will learn to use technology safely and respectfully both in and out of school. We will also learn how to create simple programs and fix them if they go wrong. We will explore how technology is commonly used outside of our school. This will help us to use technology safely and effectively.
Computing Key Stage 2
Computing is about learning how to use technology effectively and safely. It is a fun way to understand the many different ways in which computing impacts our lives. In Computing in KS2 I will learn how to design, write and fix programs. In our lessons we will taught how to use logical reasoning to explain how different algorithms work. We will learn about computer networks, including the internet and the uses for them. We also learn how to use search technologies effectively and safely and combine different software to design and create programs. This means we can use technology safely and effectively.
Intent, Implementation & Impact Statement
Below is a link to our Intent, Implementation and Impact Statement for Computing. This document outlines, for Computing at Great Finborough Church Primary School, our aims and vision (Intent), our approach to planning, delivery, assessment and enrichment (Implementation) and what we want our children to have achieved and experienced by the time they leave us in Year 6 (Impact).
Below is a link to our Curriculum Map for Computing.
The curriculum map ensures that every child receives their full curriculum entitlement as they progress through the school.
Key Skills Progression Plan
Below is a link to our Skills Progression Plan document for Computer Science.
At Great Finborough Church primary School, we place great emphasis on progressing the skills of our children in all areas of the curriculum, their learning and in life as they grow up and flourish.
Key skills and subject knowledge is built on lesson by lesson, week by week and year on year. Some key skills are specific to a given subject but many skills are also transferable.
By learning, developing, improving and mastering key-skills in a subject, we believe our children will be able to apply those skills to any topic and subject matter and transfer those skills to many aspects of their life in and out of school.