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Our intent is that children should be able to recognise the uses of technology inside and outside of the school environment. They should be able to understand the consequences of their online actions and know who to speak to if they become a victim of problems online. Children should be able to recognise and feel comfortable with the increasing reliance of technology on society.  Children should feel prepared to navigate a digital world beyond that of their in-school experience. Children should feel confident in accessing technology at a level that will support them beyond school and know that when they come up against something that is new and difficult, they have the resilience and growth mind set to tackle these problems.     

Computing Curriculum Overview

Computing Medium Term Plan

Respect and Relationships Online in Gaming - Primary (Sub)

This is "Respect and Relationships Online in Gaming - Primary (Sub)" by UK Safer Internet Centre

Family Conversation Starters Video 1 - Safer Internet Day 2022 (Sub)

This is "Family Conversation Starters Video 1 - Safer Internet Day 2022 (Sub)" by UK Safer Internet Centre

Online safety information - Advice and support for parents and carers

Scratch is a tool we use for teaching programming in school - this can provide support for using Scratch at home as preview to children's learning or to create projects alongside your child.

Year 6 using the VR headsets to explore Antarctica


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