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‘Alan Turing gave us a mathematical model of digital computing that has completely withstood the test of time. He gave us a very, very clear description that was truly prophetic’ - George Dyson
Purpose of study
Our school offers a high-quality computing education that develops pupils’ computational thinking whereby pupils learn how to recognise problems and approach them in a controlled and systematic way. Our curriculum inspires pupils’ creativity and curiosity of the forever changing world of technology. Through our teaching of computing, we encourage pupils to explore and use various forms of information technology and develop their computer science skills to support problem solving. Our computing curriculum actively encourages pupils to become digitally literate by enabling them to express themselves and develop their ideas whilst also highlighting the importance of being safe and responsible technology users. Computing enables pupils to be active participants in a digital world and prepares them for future career opportunities.
Our school’s computing curriculum aims to ensure that all pupils:
Computing Curriculum Overview