An overview of Computing at Meadow
Within our Computing Curriculum, aims and objectives form the National Curriculum have been analysed and broken down into milestones to create a comprehensive and progressive curriculum. The curriculum objectives are split into the three Computing strands: Computer Science, IT and Digital Literacy. Each year group has a mixture of progressive objectives relating to all three strands of the curriculum.
We strive to follow a logical thinking approach and encourage children to explore both physical and digital computing activities. Within lessons, children will be expected to create, edit and debug a range of different programs and systems to develop a full understanding of computational thinking.
At Meadow, our Computing curriculum is designed to allow pupils to use a wide range of computing equipment including Chromebooks, laptops, iPads and code bugs. This ensures that children will leave Meadow with the confidence to access and use a range of technology types.
The Computing curriculum has strong cross-curricular links which helps embed the use of technology in all areas of the children’s learning.
Mr Martyn Haxell
Intent, Implementation, Impact
Progression of Objectives
End points at each stage of learning.
National Curriculum Links
Our pupils received a visit from the Chester University Digital on Tour Bus where they got to explore a range of different technologies.
Additional Activities to Support Learning