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Computing at Belton All Saints Primary School


National Curriculum

At Belton All Saints

Computational thinking is a skill children at Belton All Saints must be taught if they are to be ready for the workplace and able to participate effectively in this digital world. Our computing curriculum is split up into five key areas

At Belton All Saints Primary School, children take part in a computing lesson once a week, whilst also using their computing skills to support other subjects such as English and Topic. Within the Kapow scheme children will learn how computers and computer systems work; they will design and build programs, develop their ideas using technology and create a range of content. 

Find out more about the Kapow Scheme coverage here

Our computing progression map can be found here.

After the implementation of the high quality computing curriculum we offer at Beltom All Saints Primary School. children will be digitally literate. They will be equipped, not only with the skills and knowledge to use technology effectively and for their own benefit, but more importantly – safely. 

12 Rules for Responsible ICT Use- Pupil Agreement

12 Rules for Responsible ICT Use

Keeping safe: stop, think, before you click!  

These rules will keep everyone safe and help us to be fair to others.

  • I will only use ICT in school for school purposes.
  • I will not look at other people's files without their permission.
  • I will ask permission from a member of staff before using the Internet and will not try to access Internet sites I know to be banned by the school.
  • I will only e-mail people my teacher has approved.
  • The messages I send, or information I upload, will always be polite and sensible.
  • I will not open an attachment, or download a file, unless I have permission or I know and trust the person who has sent it.
  • I will not send to children or adults anything that could be considered unpleasant or nasty.
  • I will not give out personal information – such as my name, address, phone number, or e-mail – or send photographs or videos to people I don't know and trust.
  • I will not arrange to meet someone I have only been in touch with online, unless I have my parent's or carer's permission and they can be present.
  • I will keep all my login and password details private.
  • If I see anything I am unhappy with or I receive a message I do not like, I will not respond to it but I will tell a teacher/ responsible adult immediately.
  • I know that my use of IT can be checked and that my parent/ carer contacted if a member of school staff is concerned about my E- Safety.

More information around E-safety can be found on the Parents section of this website.

If you would like to know more about Computing at our school or if you have any questions please contact the Computing subject leader (Mr Bramley) at the school.

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