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Barham Primary School

Striving for Excellence

Barham Primary School

Striving for Excellence

Computing Planning and Assessment

How Will Barham Deliver The New Computing Primary Curriculum?

We will be following the Knowsley Computing Scheme of Work. To ensure that we offer a balanced curriculum to our children, Digital Literacy will be split into two areas: Digital Creativity and Digital Citizenship & Technology. The map below shows the range of skills that will be required to meet the computing program of study.

Knowsley Computing Planning 2015-16 - KS1 and KS2
Note! The delivery of each project may be in a different order to what is shown below.

Knowsley Example Planning by Year Group

Knwowsley Digital Citizenship and ESafety

Note! We will be looking to further enhance our delivery of eSafety with other schemes, such as the SWGFL Digital Literacy Program.

Assessment

As with the other subjects in the National Curriculum, the old system of levels has been abolished. By the end of each key stage, pupils are expected to know, apply and understand the matters, skills and processes specified in the relevant programme of study.” (DfE, 2013).

Progression in Computing will be assessed by using ‘I Can’ statements following the framework, Attainment in Computing, produced by Computing At School (CAS).
 

Computing At School Progression Framework

Learn more about The New Primary Computing Curriclum. You can also  view  the Teacher Computing INSET Presentation.