ICT Curriculum

Computer Science

Our aim at Sybourn Primary is to ensure that our pupils have access to a wide variety of outstanding technology from Nursery to KS2. We strongly believe that every pupil deserves the opportunity to work with different types of technology, from tablets, laptops and Chromebooks to digital cameras and robots.

Our ICT curriculum has changed to a Computer Science curriculum with guidance from the National Curriculum. At Sybourn, we are extremely lucky to have such a vast amount of technology that is accessible to all pupils in the school, from Galaxy tablets to Samsung Chromebooks and interactive TVs. 

We have provided Years 5 and 6 with their own individual Chromebooks, which has enabled students to extend their learning by providing vast research opportunities and online interactive work using the Google platform. 

In Computer Science lessons, the children learn about the importance of information technology, computer science and digital literacy and how to select and prepare it using different software and hardware. They develop a wide range of computer skills including: programming and robotics, e-safety, multimedia presentation, data handling and safe emailing.

Computer Science is also widely used in other subject areas to extend and support children’s learning. Children have access to computers on a daily basis, and ICT plays a central role in their learning. 

To review our Computer Science curriculum, click here.

To read more about e-Safety and learn how to keep you and your children safe online, click here.

Click here to see our Information and Communication Technology Policy.
Click here for a guide to using the internet safely.
     

If you require any further information on ICT/Computer Science, then please contact the school and ask for Naomi Park, the ICT Lead.