How do we assess Computing?
How do we assess the impact of our Computing curriculum?
Our approach to the curriculum results in a fun, engaging and high-quality Computing education. The quality of children’s learning is evident through sharing good examples, where examples of work and photos of learning are viewed. As a topic-based approach continues to be developed, teachers are able to revisit misconceptions and knowledge gaps in computing when teaching other curriculum areas. This supports varied pace of learning and ensures all pupils make good progress. Much of the subject-specific knowledge developed in our Computing lessons equips pupils with experiences which will benefit them in secondary school, further education and future workplaces. By Year 6, we aim for all our pupils to leave school with digital literacy and confidence in both using technologies safely for work and study, but also understanding the science and systems behind it, as active participants of a digital world.