ICT and Computing
ICT/Computing is delivered following the National Curriculum and prepares our pupils rapidly changing advancements in the world of modern computing.
Pupils are taught vital areas in the computing, which are ‘Computing Science’, ‘Information Technology’ & ‘Digital Literacy’. Pupils will learn skills such as writing/debugging computer programs and algorithms; constructing flowcharts to control systems; researching, analysing and presenting information; staying safe online and on mobile devices. Pupils also use skills taught across the curriculum, further develop their numeracy, literacy and communication skills.
Based on their suitability, pupils are entered for an exciting range of qualifications. These include WJEC Entry Pathways (Entry Level 1, Entry Level 2,
Entry Level 3 or Level 1); OCR Entry Level Computing Science; OCR GCSE Computing Science.
ICT and Computing Curriculum Overview
Computing in Primary
Pupils study a range of topics in line with the national curriculum such as:
Computer Skills – Word processing, using and applying
Computer Art – Drawing and DTP
Internet Research – Communication and Presentation skills
Programming BeeBots and Robots
Programming with Scratch, Game Development.