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Our aim is to teach all our children to be proficient and skilled users of Information and Communication Technologies in order that they may enhance their learning across the whole curriculum through the use of ICT.

Four strands of learning are followed: to communicate, to collect, to connect and to code. Each of these strands starts with the basic skills and understanding taught in the Early Years, and builds upon a growing skill base and an increasing awareness of the potential of ICT to support and develop learning. Wherever possible these skills are taught within the context of the overall curriculum.

 

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

Year 1

To communicate – Basic computer skills

To communicate – Microsoft PowerPoint

To communicate – Microsoft PowerPoint

To communicate – Microsoft PowerPoint

To communicate – Microsoft PowerPoint

To communicate – Microsoft PowerPoint

Year 2

To communicate – Microsoft PowerPoint

To collect – Microsoft Excel

To collect – Microsoft Excel

To collect – Microsoft Excel

To collect – Microsoft Excel

To collect – Microsoft Excel

Year 3

To connect –

E-safety

To connect –

E-safety

To connect –

E-safety

To connect –

E-safety

To connect –

E-safety

To connect –

E-safety

Year 4

To code –

Espresso coding

To code –

Espresso coding

To code –

Espresso coding

To code –

Espresso coding

To code –

Espresso coding

To code –

Espresso coding

Year 5

To code –

Scratch coding

To code –

Scratch coding

To code –

Scratch coding

To code –

Scratch coding

To code –

Scratch coding

To code –

Scratch coding

Year 6

To connect –

Online services

To connect –

Online services

To connect –

Online services

To connect –

Online services

To connect –

Online services

To connect –

Online services

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We regard e-Safety to be of paramount importance and all members of the school community receive regular reminders and updates on how to stay safe online.
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