Children are growing up in a world where computing permeates many aspects of their lives.
Computing.... has a unique capacity and potential for developing and
           enlivening all aspects of learning.
     ..... needs to be taught discretely to capture its essential
           knowledge and skills.
     ..... needs to be applied across the whole curriculum to
           deepen understanding.
                                                                       The Independent Review of the Primary Curriculum Jan 2009

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Computer technology pervades the whole of society. It is important that children develop knowledge, skills and understanding of the application of computing systems.
Within the curriculum we aim to:

  • Develop children's computing capabilities and skills as described in the National Curriculum orders.
  • Enhance learning in other areas of the curriculum
  • Stimulate interest and develop expertise in new technologies.

I can use computing to generate, develop, organise and present work. I can share and exchange my ideas with others.

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The Learning Zone at Lowick and the classroom at Holy Island is equipped with a range of computers (PC’s, Laptops, small Laptops), Smartboards, a range of software and Internet access.The Learning Zone at Lowick and the classroom at Holy Island is equipped with a range of computers (PC’s, Laptops, small Laptops), Smartboards, a range of software and Internet access.

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