Children are prepared for a rapidly changing world through their use of computers.
At St.Jude’s, all classrooms are equipped with a computer and an interactive whiteboard, which are fully networked and have access to the internet.
We also have 15 iPads and 2 laptop trolleys with a class set of laptops.
Computing is taught separately and is used to support other areas of the curriculum.
In Reception and Key Stage 1, children are taught skills to use equipment and software confidently and purposefully to communicate and handle information, and to support their problem solving, recording and expressive skills.
In Key Stage 2, the children extend their use of computing that they use for communication, investigation and programming and work to understand how to communicate safely.
We use PCs, laptops, floor computers – turtles and roamers, cameras, video and a range of software to support teaching and learning in Computing.
If you have any concerns regarding e-safety please contact a member of our E-Safety Group:
Miss New – Head Teacher
Mrs Pouso – Computing Lead
Ms Maggie Owolade – Computing Governor
To ensure that students of St. Jude’s are clear on e-safety expectations each pupil will sign an Acceptable Use Agreement at school. To download a copy of the agreement please click here:
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