• Pupils make use of computer science to: code; use logical reasoning to fix bugs and solve problems; use algorithms to control real world systems.
  • Pupils become digitally literate citizens: stay safe online; conduct themselves responsibly online; understand the importance of privacy.
  • Pupils use information technology to: support learning through the use of Microsoft office tools; save and retrieve information efficiently; understand systems; make effective use of the World Wide Web.

Cultural Capital

In addition to curriculum lesson time there are:

  • STEM works in school workshops
  • STEM computer coding competitions
  • Links with RGS for computer coding
  • Coding Club
Key Stage 1 Coding with Beebots
Key Stage 2 Coding with Lego Mindstorm
  • computing

If you would like any further information about our Computing Curriculum at Whittington, please do not hesitate to contact the School.

Computing Curriculum Lead – Miss Charlotte Burton

Head of Curriculum – Mrs Kelly Leeming

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