see our ideas to support home learning below

The Computing Curriculum helps children make safe, informed choices about how they use,

communicate, create and problem solve with digital technology and technological devices.


We aim to allow your child to build their "knowledge, understanding and skills for continuous

lifelong learning". (SWGL 2013)


All children are, therefore, encouraged to be computational thinkers: to look at problems in detail

(decompose); to explore systematic solutions (logical reasoning); to write instructions (algorithms);

try out and fix (debugging) and evaluate.




Try these new activities from BAREFOOT COMPUTING

There are a mix of activities to do away from a screen and also interactive games to play online.

Click here to access their home learning page.



Explore these activities from the SOUTH WEST GRID FOR LEARNING and

find out about the technology all around us

Click on the year groups below to access the different activities.

Year 1 and 2         Year 3 and 4          Year 5 and 6


Each term your child will develop their skills and understanding so they can…"think critically,

develop ideas, behave safely and participate responsibly in our digital world." (SWGfL 2018)


Please click here to see the skills covered in each year group from Reception to Year 6.


At Broom Leys School we are committed to ensuring your child’s safety and well being. Helping your

child stay safe when using the internet is therefore an important part of our computing curriculum.


Please click here to visit our e-safety page, where you will find advice for parents and carers.


If you have any questions or comments regarding the Computing curriculum, then please do not hesitate to contact the Computing coordinator at:

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