The school has developed its own computing curriculum where modules are in line with the 2014 national curriculum and allow for clear progression. Modules are designed to enable pupils to achieve stated objectives. Pupil progress towards these objectives are closely monitored and evaluated by teachers.
Our aim is to ensure that, by the end of KS2, pupils understand how to: select, use and combine a variety of software on a range of digital devices; keep safe when accessing computer networks and the internet and explain how a simple algorithm works; detect errors in algorithms and write programs that accomplish specific goals.
At South Harringay School, we ensure IT is used, when appropriate, to improve access to learning for pupils with a diverse range of individual needs, including those with SEN and disabilities. Through consistent access of technology, we enable our children to become autonomous, independent users, who gain confidence and enjoyment from their computing activities.