What is Computing?

Computer science equips pupils to use information technology to design and create programs and digital systems. Computing ensures that pupils become digitally literate - able to use, and express themselves through information technology at a level suitable for the future workplace and as active participants in a digital world. 

Take a look here to see why Computing and Digital Literacy matters

'Digital Resilience involves having the ability to understand when you are at risk online, knowing what to do if anything goes wrong, learning from your experiences of being online and being able to recover from any difficulties and upsets'

Please click below to find our Computing Curriculum and policy

Computing Curriculum

BM Computing Policy

Apple Education

We are currently testing the impact of using 1 to1 ipads in our Y3 class to see if the use of Apple classroom and Showbie, the paperless classroom software, can support teachers to improve outcomes for our children.

We will let you know the outcomes towards the end of the Autumn 19 term. 

Showbie Paperless Classroom