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Keep your roots deep in Jesus Christ the Lord, build your lives on him and always be thankful.  Colossians 2:7


Compassion Friendship Respect Forgiveness  

Trust Thankfulness


Our Computing Curriculum


Our Computing Curriculum Aims:

· To teach children to use technology safely and responsibly.

· To teach children to use technology purposefully to create, organise, store and share digital content.

· To challenge children’s reasoning for algorithms as well as networks and systems operate.

· To equip children with the necessary computing skills to support their future learning.

Our Sequenced Computing Curriculum


Our Computing Knowledge Organisers 

We have developed Knowledge Organisers (KO) because research shows that our brains remember things more efficiently when we know the ‘bigger picture’ in a topic or subject area and can see the way that areas of knowledge within that subject area link, forming schemata. Making links, essentially, helps information move into our long-term memory. Regular retrieval of knowledge in the classroom and at home using our Knowledge Organisers helps us remember more effectively, helping us store knowledge in, and recall it from, the long-term memory, freeing up space in the working memory to take on new knowledge. Knowledge Organisers enable teachers to ensure that key information is taught over a sequence of lessons, assessing knowledge-based outcomes.

Computing Knowledge Organisers Second Half of Spring Term 2020

National Curriculum - Computing Programmes of study

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