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Our Computing Curriculum recognises the importance of computing and IT as a tool in society. Pupils use computing tools to find, explore, analyse, exchange and present information responsibly and creatively. They learn how to employ Computing and IT to enable rapid access to ideas and experiences from a wider range of sources.

Teaching Safeguarding and Wellbeing through Computing

  • Develop resilience and perseverance to keep trying and applying knowledge through practise 
  • Increase own self-esteem and achieve a personal best by not comparing themselves to others  
  • Model expectations and responses to information that has been presented online 
  • Know how to keep safe online and in the real world 
  • Know when not to share personal information 
  • Predict risks and take appropriate action to keep safe online 
  • Know who to talk to when uncomfortable with online information 
  • Take responsibility for what you say and do and how this affects others on social media platforms 
  • Respect other people’s experiences, thoughts and be prepared to reflect and challenge appropriately 
  • Develop a healthy digital attitude, recognising the impact of excessive use on mental and physical wellbeing 
  • Follow a set of instructions and reflect on the effectiveness of those choices 
  • Appreciate the effect that actions can have on others (consequences) e.g. social media 

Federated Computing Intent, Implementation and Impact statement

Federated Computing Curriculum Overview

Federated Computing Progression of Skills