At Tarvin Primary School, we believe that computational thinking is vital in helping children to solve problems, and one that all pupils should develop competence in, to be prepared for today’s rapidly changing world and future.
We want all children to be digitally literate, being able to use and develop their ideas through information and communication technology. The learning is at a level suitable for a future workplace, where the landscape of technology is ever changing. We aim to keep teaching up-to-date and relevant so that they are prepared to be active and flexible participants in a digital world.
The long-term plan for computing ensures a broad and balance coverage of the National curriculum requirements. Learners are provided meaningful opportunities to learn and apply transferable skills from other subject areas such as science, art, and music to deepen skills and create genuine cross curricular learning.