The children are taught computing through purposeful links with other subjects and stand-alone learning following the Knowsley CLC scheme of work. Children have access to ICT in their classrooms via portable equipment such as iPads and Laptops.
Our computing curriculum is split into to four strands: E-Safety, Computer science, Information Technology and Digital Literacy.
At Aintree Davenhill we use the Knowsley City Learning Centre (CLC) scheme of Work. Each unit has a different focus, shared by all the year groups but with progressively more complex outcomes and contexts.
SCHEME OF WORK
Primary Computing National Curriculum
E-Safety is a high priority at Aintree Davenhill. The children are taught how to keep safe when using technologies to enhance their learning both at home and at school. We welcome support from parents to ensure that children are using technology which is age appropriate. All staff and children sign an AUP (Acceptable User Policy) which outlines the school policy. We have a policy that is specific to E-Safety which details how we ensure children, staff and other stakeholders are safe whilst using ICT. Further information about eSafety can be found on our eSafety page on this website.
Aintree Davenhill E-Safety Policy follow the link below