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It is our intention for children:

-To be taught the National Curriculum content through high quality teaching.

-To embed computing across our wider curriculum.

-To be equipped to participate in a rapidly changing world with lifelong learning skills enabling them to be confident and creative users of technology

-To be taught how to use the Internet and email safely and responsibly, both in school and outside the school environment. 

-To understand and apply the fundamental principles and concepts of computer science, including algorithms, logic, abstraction and data representation.

-To analyse and solve problems in computational terms by writing algorithms and programs.

-To evaluate and apply information technology, including the use of new or unfamiliar technologies.


This will be implemented by:

-Computing supports learning across the curriculum and also in computing skills are taught through discrete lessons, providing clear progression across the school.

- Teachers ensure meaningful contexts for the teaching of skills and, where relevant, these link to the cross-curricular topic being studied.

- All our classrooms have interactive screen.  Other hardware, such as iPads, Dash and Dots, microbits, webcams, voice recorders and digital cameras, are available to support teaching and learning.  There are also a variety of software and carefully selected online resources used across the school.

-Children are encouraged to use the internet at all times in a safe way. They are explicitly taught about e-safety using age-appropriate material and advice from CEOP (Centre for Child Exploitation and Online Protection). The school’s computer system has filtered access to the internet. 

-Parents and pupils are also required to sign an Appropriate Usage Form to ensure that they understand the risks and sanctions relating to misuse of the system in and beyond the school. 

-Yearly STEM Weeks, encouraging and love and creative use of technology. 


 The impact is monitored through:

-Throughout the year  teachers complete assessment grids to record if children are working towards, expected or greater depth for knowledge across different  stands of the curriculum.

-Samples of work are monitored by the subject leader

-Pupil voice questionnaire provide information on children’s viewpoints . the subject leader uses this information for the future development of a subject.





This March the children of Belmont Primary School were lucky enough to take part in Belmont’s third STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) week.

This year was a bit different because we have just returned to school after a national lockdown, so we were all very excited to be back in school again.

During the week, the whole school took part in activities and special lessons linked to these subjects. The children got to explore and use all of our fantastic IT equipment. The junior children programmed our EDBOT robots to dance and flip. Year six were busy programming the mini computers called Microbits. Year three used the Dash and Dot robots to explore angles and navigate a maze.  Year one used the Kubo robots and command tiles to make the robot move. Early years learnt to give commands to make the Beebot robots move. A fun week coding was had by all! 




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