understand the importance that every child will understand how to be safe online and will develop the skills to feel empowered to feel safe into the future. We believe that computational thinking is vital in helping children to solve problems, design systems, and understand the power and limitations of human and computing intelligence. Pupils who can think computationally are better able to conceptualise, understand and use computer-based technology, and so are better prepared for today’s world and future.
We make every effort to develop meaningful links between subjects, often taught within a cross-curricular context, in creative and imaginative ways.
We endeavour to support each child to . Pupils will be equipped to use information technology to create programs, systems and a range of content.
Progression in Computing at Nursteed Primary School
Children use their imagination and creativity when responding to computing.
Children learn about traditions and faiths respectfully, making sensitive comments, through the use of laptops and iPads.
Children enjoy learning about a range of information using technology, in Great Britain and around the world.
Children demonstrate a willingness to reflect on their own computing experiences, for example, making changes to and de-bugging programs.
Children make sensitive constructive comments about their own, and others ideas.
Children offer respectful views when talking about changes they find online, from other cultures, faiths and traditions, and appreciate the view points of others.
Children use a range of social skills when discussing with others from different social, ethnic, cultural and faith backgrounds.
Children have opportunities to participate in collaborative learning through computing within the school, the wider community and beyond.
Children work together with children from different cultural, social, or faith backgrounds demonstrating tolerance, and demonstrate skills and attributes which allow them to contribute fully and positively.
Children understand and appreciate a wide range of cultural influences in computing, both locally and those from the wider world.