At Cheddon Fitzpaine Church School computing is taught through a variety of resources which focuses on programming, multimedia, data handling and use of a computer skills. There is also reference made to technology in our lives and E-safety is taught termly. Where possible, computing is linked to the 'big question' for the term.
Our computing curriculum intent:
- Children must have an acute understanding of how to stay safe online.
- A wide variety of curriculum subjects are linked and taught through computing, equipping pupils with twenty-first century skills to thrive in their future and achieve life success.
- A significant number of pupils have limited access to a variety of technology at home. The computing curriculum aims to empower children to become fluent in the use of a variety of technology and be capable in computational thinking.
Computing knowledge and skills progression
Code Club - Summer Fete Advert
In Code Club this term, they have opted to create an animation using Scratch to advertise our up coming Summer Fete on Friday 7th July 2-6pm. They have done this using the the block coding to create algorithms that carry out their desired outcome. Take a look at the final product.
Code Club Summer Fete-2.mp4
Code Club - Easter Story told through a Micro:bit
This term in Code Club, children have been using the Micro:bits. With the guidance of Norman, they have programmed the LED screen on a Micro:bit to tell the Easter Story. Take a look at their final outcome. Happy Easter!
Code Club - Story Of Easter on a Micro_bit.mp4
Merry Christmas from Code Club!
Code Club have made an animated Christmas card for our families. Thank you to Norman from all your support this term.