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The intention of our Computing curriculum is to prepare our children for a rapidly changing world through the use of technology. Our high-quality adaptive Computing curriculum is designed to enable them to use computational thinking and creativity to further understand the world. We strive to provide safe opportunities in Computing to motivate, inspire and raise standards across the curriculum. Everyone in our school community will be equipped with the digital skills to meet developing technology with confidence, enthusiasm and prepare them for a future in an ever-changing world.

The Computing curriculum is centred around pupil experience; we want our children to be creators and innovators not just mere consumers of digital content. Our children are taught to understand that technology is an integral part of modern life and the key to the future is to harness and understand technology’s potential. Computing is a constantly evolving subject that involves solving complex problems, being able to collaborate with others, learn from mistakes and refine solutions.

At St Peter’s we believe safety is paramount. We promote and model a balanced digital life, recognising that amongst the many positives that technology has to offer, risks exist and children need to be taught to manage their digital lives properly. We strive to model and educate our children to use technology creatively, positively, responsibly and safely.


Our Computing Documents

The documents that we have available are: 

  • Knowledge Organisers
  • - This document is for our children, it contains prior knowledge from previous learning, key vocabulary for each Computing unit of work as well as the key knowledge that will be taught throughout the unit of work.
  • Progression of Knowledge and Skills
    - This document shows how learning progresses in Computing from Foundation Stage right through to Year 6.
  • End of Unit Assessments 
  • - This document is used with the children at the end of each unit of work and is there to help the children know more and remember more as well as forming part of our teacher assessment.

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