Curriculum – Computing

At Green Lane CE Primary School, we value the role of Computing both in school and the wider community. We believe that the development of computing capability is important in preparing all pupils for citizenship in an increasingly digital society. We also believe that within education computing, when used in a purposeful way, provides the capability to enhance, enrich and extend teaching and learning experiences across the whole curriculum from EYFS to Year 6.  Computing can promote self-esteem and confidence of all pupils including those with special educational needs and / or disabilities (SEND).  We have created a curriculum through which they can use these skills to become responsible, confident and creative participants of an increasingly digital world, whilst understanding how to keep safe.

Our Vision for Computing

Computing Curriculum Explanation

Green Lane Computing Curriculum (download)

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