Blackpool Schools Partnership Computing Curriculum
16 March 2015
The Primary Computing CurriculumThe Blackpool Computing Curriculum has been put together by Blackpool teachers to help deliver high quality teaching within computing. It provides yearly overviews of learning objectives, planning for units of work and 'step by step' guides for supporting programming throughout all year groups. In KS1, lessons will mainly be teacher led. KS2 will focus on active learning - enabling the children to take more ownership of their own learning. You will need to make sure children can have access to the website and can read through the tasks they need to complete. For the first few lessons support will be necessary to ensure children can navigate the website effectively. Less able groups will need to be supported. Please follow this link to view the curriculum.
“Blackpool LITES is a developing new pilot using a local concept identity that supports creativity in the classroom. It supports a school to school network of professional development, showcases and trials of new technologies, professional technology conversations, shared networks, links and uses of resources, research, safeguarding, e-safety, mobile learning development together with media and communication infrastructures. The LITES is a play on words with "IT" meaning inclusive technologies. It is a network that is for all teachers from any subject who are inspired to use inclusive technologhies as part of their everyday pedagogy.
To visit the Blackpool LITES website please click here.