Harbour Life: Computer software (Purple mash, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Edge and Outlook)
Learning skills about the use of the computers and computer software. These skills include saving, opening editing documents, searching online for research and how valid the source is. These transferable skills are applied to other software once learners are secure. The work produced is linked to the thematic learning such as life in Poole, comparing and contrasting features and other geographical observations.
Self-assessment of own work and peer assessment of others work.
Pupil work, both self-written and worksheets.
Photographic evidence in file.
Evidence of learning sheet per pupil for each half term.
Pupils levelled against the relevant ladder statement in the subject areas within WD Wider: ICT hardware, ICT software, Online Safety
Evidence of ICT being used in cross curricular contexts to apply skills and knowledge of ICT in appropriate contexts to consolidate learning and become woven into school life.
Great Events: World Cups and World War 2. Online safety
Developing an understanding of the 4 C’s (Content, Contact, Conduct and Commerce) linked to online technology in the home and at school. Learning how to stay safe online with what you share and who you share things with. Developing appropriate behaviours online and understanding that your behaviour online should mirror your behaviour offline as the two worlds are one. Also identifying risks online and what to do in a range of scenarios to stay safe from harm and influences.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Computer software (Purple mash, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Edge and Outlook)
Building on previously learned knowledge and skills about the use of different computer software and extending software understanding. Researching ideas linked to the environmental theme.
Roots, shoots and muddy boots: ICT hardware and creative ICT
Looking at technology in the home, school and community. What is its purpose and how we use it effectively? Developing an interest in the world of ICT and working with preferred media and software to develop personal interests.