We are living in a rapidly changing technological world. Some of the careers that our children will enjoy and technologies that they will be using may not even be invented yet. As a consequence of this, our curriculum aspires to develop children’s knowledge and transferable skills so that they can use them to access technology both now and in the future. E-safety is threaded progressively through our curriculum and teaches pupils how to be respectful, tolerant and safe whilst online. We teach this through our PSHE lessons. Our teaching and learning approach challenges children to develop their skills and independence as they learn about digital literacy, computer science and information technology. We operate a curriculum that is flexible within each year group. This allows teaching staff to make links with other areas of the curriculum to enrich the overall learning experience. We intend to review and update the computing curriculum annually to stay in line with up-to-date programs and resources. The teaching and learning of Computing at Chapel End Primary School supports all pupils to become responsible global citizens.
We will do the best WE can to enable our children to do the best THEY can.