Computing Progression

In Early Years children learn more about the technology around them. In reception children begin to use the computers in the ICT suite as well as having access to technology in the classroom. 

Children explore sound with technology in Early Years

Children learn how to make and combine sounds on the computer Children use robots to develop early control skills As well as using tablets children develop pictures and text on screen Children use technology in the classroom on the iBoards
Children learn to combine text and graphics in a simple story Children develop skills of presentation using a range of software It is important to apply their skills to a range of platforms Children develop image processing skills using audio software Children learn to combine all media into a presentation thinking about the audience Children should be able to add transitions and link slides to show proficiency
Children learning about control using robots and toys Users develop their algorithms using on screen turtles and robots Children explore block based control development and debug Children build proficiency in coding using Scratch platform Children use Flowol to apply control sequences for simulation Purposeful coding develop game situations and achieve set tasks 

 

Children learn about using email as a means for communication Children learn about being respectful when contributing to social media, using blogs and surveys Children use forums to discuss topics thinking about appropriate behaviours online

 

What Control looks like at Southroyd.