Our Computing and ICT Curriculum
The Computing and ICT curriculum is designed to reflect our school values and beliefs as stated out in our mission statement, ‘Achievement for All’ and that of the LDST, ‘Jesus grew in wisdom and stature’.
Technological development in the 21st century has made the world around us an exciting place where distances and circumstances maintain few barriers to the journeys of enquiring minds. At St Michaels we want our learners to develop enquiring minds for them to strive with confidence within the area of ICT. Coupled with this they will develop a skill set to meet life challenges within a digital world whilst embracing the benefits gained and using them to their full potential. We envision a learning environment where the use of digital technology is regarded as an integral part of our everyday practices. By the time our learners leave they will be fully ICT literate and have the knowledge and skill set of safe and effective online etiquette.
In Computing and Business, our students ‘grow in wisdom’ through a curriculum that develops knowledge and skills in computer science, media and business enterprise. Students ‘grow in stature’ as their capabilities are nurtured to enable them to thrive in a digital world, where technology is used to solve real world problems and help society. Spirituality is developed along the learning journey through opportunities to be creative, be considerate of the needs of others, and to reflect on the impact that technology can have on our own lives, and the rest of the world around us.
Computing and ICT Big Ideas
Computing and ICT Curriculum Plan
Computing and ICT Scheme of Learning Overview Example
Computing and ICT Knowledge Organisers Autumn 1
Computing and ICT Staffing
Subject Leader for Computing and ICT
Mr A Scott
Teacher of Computing and ICT
Mrs C Middleton