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Quinton Church Primary School

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Computing at Quinton Church Primary School

 

Many aspects of the modern world are run by technology. We see it in every aspect of our lives: from supermarket self-scanners to QR codes and social media. The internet is constantly at our fingertips. Many of the pupils from our school family are digital connoisseurs as they have constant access to technology and the Internet. It is likely that many of our children’s future careers are going to be heavily influenced and involved in technology. With the many risks posed with the ever-changing developments within online communication, we need to ensure that our pupils keep themselves safe as they use social media and collaborative gaming. By studying computational thinking through programming, pupils learn how to recognise problems and approach them in a controlled and systematic way.

 

The following documents will give you an overview of the teaching and learning for computing at Quinton:

Purpose and Rationale - Computing

Whole school Computing overview

Progression Map - Computing