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Computing

Creating a network
Programming BeeBots
Using the technology
Using SMART Lab

Intent Statement

 

To develop pupils in becoming digitally literate – able to use, manipulate, create, develop ideas and express themselves through technology – at a level suitable for a future workplace and as active participants in an increasingly digital world. There is also an emphasis on the importance of using technology responsibly and safely for all pupils from Nursery to Year 6.

Reading in Computing

 

Here are some of the books in our computing library:

 

Title Author Strand
Bee-Bot on Pirate Island Debbie Pullinger Computer Science
Bee-Bot in Fairytale Land Debbie Pullinger Computer Science
But It's Just A Game Julia Cook ESafety
Chicken Clicking Jeanne Willis & Tony Ross ESafety
Troll Stinks! Jeanne Willis & Tony Ross ESafety

 

Investing in Learning at Pinders Primary School

At Pinders Primary School we have, and continue to invest in technology. We have recently upgraded many of our boards and computing facilities to engage our pupils, many of which have English as an additional language. Learn more about the SMART solutions and Elementary technology enabled us to transform our classrooms into active learning environments by watching the video below. "I've got a particular passion for children that have got barriers to learning and it's those children that often really benefit from the technology," says Lorna Kemplay, Head Teacher.

We are lucky to have two laptop trollies and four iPad trolley to use in our computing lessons and to help bring other subjects to life. We also have interactive screens, visualizers  in every classroom and have a range of other resources to support our learning. We are also currently fund raising to purchase two more iPad trollies to enable a whole class set of iPads to be based within each phase! 

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