Our Computing curriculum at King’s Hedges is designed to equip pupils with the skills needed in an ever changing technological world. Pupils use Computing tools to find, explore, analyse, exchange and present information responsibly and creatively. The Computing teaching is supported in other curriculum areas where children have opportunities to apply and practice the skills and knowledge they have been taught. E-safety is a key aspect of the curriculum which are constantly re-visiting to enable our pupils to be safe and confident users of technology. Tips and resources for parents are included in newsletters.
The Computing skills that we teach are organised into the four areas of: understanding technology, programming, digital literacy and E-safety. Our curriculum provides progression in each area, from nursery to year 6.
Below are the progression statements which go from year one to year six. Teachers use this document to plan the computing curriculum.
For help at home try:
visiting our E-Safety page!