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Computing Vision:

"Children will be taught to use technology positively, responsibly and carefully.  They will gain experience and skills of a wide range of technology, enabling them to use technology across a range of subjects, to be creative and solve problems.  Children will be taught computing in a way that ensures progression of skills and follows a sequence to build on prior learning.  Through the computing curriculum, we aim for children to master computing to such an extent that they can go on to have careers within computing and make use of computing effectively in their everyday lives.  The curriculum will allow all children to access technology, enabling them to share their learning creatively and in a way that is most effective for them."


The Computing Curriculum follows a broad and balanced spiral curriculum, using the Teach Computing curriculum and the National curriculum, ensuring a progression of skill and retrieval. The e-safety curriculum is integrated into computing lessons and PSHE lessons, following the GSP Digital Futures document.

PCSO visit

Reception, Year 1 and Year 3 had the PCSOs come to visit them again to talk to them about being safe on the internet and who we can tell if we see something that makes us sad or worried. We talked about what we use to access the internet at home and at school. We were able to think of trusted adults that we can tell if we are worried when using the internet- mummy, daddy, teacher, grandparents and older siblings. The children were sent home with a hand print to allow them to write and draw five trusting adults that they can tell if they are worried when using the internet.

Further information about how to keep your children safe can be found on the NSPCC and Internet Matters websites through the following links:

Internet safety advice and information | Internet Matters

Keeping children safe online | NSPCC