Braunstone Frith Primary School

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Key Stage 1:

In computing we use a scheme called 'Switched on Computing' to find out more about the scheme please visit the website below or ask a member of staff.


Computing skills are taught through 3 areas;      

                 Computer Science          Information Technology           Digital Literacy


 Computer Science involves understanding an algorithm (a series of steps or instructions). Children will programme simple programmable toys to complete a series of steps. They will begin to understand how to debug (unpick) their programmes when they go wrong and to begin to use logical thinking in planning their work.

control                       modelling

Programming - Computer Science                                                   Modelling & simulation - Computer Science 

Information Technology involves learning about technology in the real world its uses and how it can be applied to solve problems.


Using technology - Information Technology    

pictogram  pictogram

              Data Handling, use programs to present information - Information Technology

Digital Literacy ensures that all children are responsible users (e-safety) and effective communicators. 

   research & e safety 

    Effective communicators - Digital Literacy


Computing Clinic

The Key Stage 1 Computing suite is open on Thursday mornings from 9.30 a.m. for parents to drop in and ask any Computing related questions about access at home, parental controls, e-safety and how they can help their child. We look forward to seeing you there!

Our Favourite Websites

BBC - KS1 Bitesize

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