Flyford Flavell Primary School’s computing scheme of work aims to instil a sense of enjoyment and safety for pupils when using technology. We intend to develop an appreciation of the capabilities technology offers to create, manage, organise and collaborate in a digital context.
Key facets in our curriculum include exploring software to develop pupils confidence when encountering new technology which is a vital skill in the ever evolving and changing landscape of technology.
Through our computing curriculum, we intend for pupils to not only be digitally competent and have a range of transferable skills but also to be responsible online citizens.
Our curriculum is organised into five key areas, creating a cyclical route through which pupils can develop their computing knowledge and skills by revisiting and building on previous learning.
Where relevant, computing learning is linked to other subjects such as science, art and music to enable the development of cross-curricular skills.
Our pupils leave school equipped with a range of skills to enable them to succeed in KS3 and be active participants in the fast paced and ever changing digital world.