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Eastnor Parochial Primary School

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At Eastnor, the computing curriculum facilitates sequential learning and long-term progression of knowledge and skills.  Teaching and learning methods provide regular opportunities to recap acquired knowledge through high quality questioning, discussion, modelling and explaining to aid retrieval at the beginning and end of a lesson or unit of work.  This will enable all children to alter their long-term memory and know more, remember more and be able to do more as computer scientists. We feel this is important as technology plays such a significant role in society today. We also make sure we take internet safety seriously. Every year group participates in lessons on e-safety and children understand how to stay safe when using technology. Parents are also invited into school to take part in an e-safety evening.

Computing has deep links with mathematics, science, and design and technology, and is regularly used in cross-curricular lessons. The computing topics taught at Eastnor introduce the children to a wide range of technology, including laptops, iPads and interactive whiteboards, allowing them to continually practice and improve the skills they learn. This ensures they become digitally literate so that they are able to express themselves and develop their ideas through information and computer technology.

This supports the computing topics we teach at Eastnor, which enables children to become effective users of technology who can:

  • Understand and apply the essential principles and concepts of Computer Science, including logic, algorithms and data representation;
  • Analyse problems in computational term, and have repeated practical experience of writing computer programs in order to solve such problems;
  • Evaluate and apply information technology analytically to solve problems;
  • Communicate ideas well by utilising appliances and devices throughout all areas of the curriculum.

Digital Leaders are trained across Key Stage 2 and attend regular conferences during the year. They then bring their knowledge back to school to share and support all the other children to use computing knowledge and skills successfully.


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