At Manor Primary school, through high quality teaching and learning, we will allow children to develop computational thinking and creativity to access a range of computer science concepts and become computer literate users – ready for the future digital workplace.
We will achieve this objective by developing children’s:
Class teachers use the medium terms planning sheet to ensure the above claims are encompassed into a creative curriculum delivered through a range of teaching styles. Teachers incorporate as much of the ICT and computing curriculum into topic teaching, however each class has a set ICT slot once a week in order to address all parts of the curriculum. Staff work alongside Hi-Impact curriculum consultants to deliver a wide ranging ICT curriculum from a range of sources.
The school have an ICT suite (16 PCs and 6 Macs) where children are able access majority of the computing curriculum. As well as this there is a class set of ipods and 3 ipads to develop further skills. Computers have been taken off the RM network and re-built by Hi-Impact. Children have access to a range of internet based resources to broaden their knowledge and understanding of the ICT and computing curriculum including Scratch and Code.org.
We will measure impact of this through:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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