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Developing children’s understanding of computing and ICT is vitally important in enabling them to become citizens in the modern world. At Trinity, the children’s computing skills are developed through our wide range of ICT resources. All classes also have access to our ICT suite, with 15 computers, a mobile suite of Macbook computers, and iPads. The children also love participating in class by using the interactive whiteboards and using our bee bots, probots and speheroes to support their coding skills as well as cross curricular development.  

 

Computing is taught across all year groups at Trinity. As they join the school in Reception, children are beginning to experience technology, and they have many opportunities to use our wide range of ICT resources, both independently and with an adult.  Years 1 – 4 develop their skills through the purple mash scheme for computing. We make sure we cover each area of computing: Computer Science (CS), Information Technology (IT) and Digital Literacy (DL).

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