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At William Austin Infant School we encourage, support and promote the children’s developing skills in Computing in line with the Curriculum guidelines. Computing is taught as a discrete subject but also as a means of supporting other areas of the National Curriculum.

 

Each Classroom has an interactive whiteboard, digital camera, visualizer and access to laptops and ipads to support learning. The Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 Computing Curriculum focuses on how digital technology works alongside the practical experience of programming. The children begin to explore and create their own algorithms and learn how to debug these. Children are also expected to use technology purposefully to create, organise, store, manipulate and retrieve digital content. E-safety is also taught as part of the Computing Curriculum. Here your children learn how to keep safe when using the internet across a variety of platforms such as laptops, ipads, smart phones and gaming consoles.

 

At William Austin Infants we encourage the children to use a wide variety of online educational sites to support their learning in and outside school. The children all have individual logins for these. A list of these links and more is available on the school website under the Children heading.

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