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 Alan Turing gave us a mathematical model of digital computing that has completely withstood the test of time. He gave us a very, very clear description that was truly prophetic.

George Dyson

Through a robust computing curriculum that secures knowledge over time and encourages creative design and problem solving, pupils are prepared and well equipped and confident to be successful in the digital world.

Intelligent Talkers

Insatiable Readers

Impeccably Behaved

Inclusive Citizens

  • Pupils are provided with time to prepare and design their knowledge digitally before presenting to an audience.
  • Through a robust computing curriculum that weaves through the entire curriculum, pupils are confident and skilled to present through various digital formats.
  • Time is allocated to allow pupils to read, process and organise information from the internet developing pupils’ confidence when engaging with the digital world.
  • Pupils are taught how to read and recognise reputable sources of information so they are well equipped to make informed choices.
  •  An engaging, practical and hands on curriculum builds towards successful digital endpoints that pupils are proud of and are confident and to share.
  • Pupils are exposed to deeper explanations around subjects that already interest them. This encourages practical problem solving in the real world.
  • Collaborative approaches to problem solving encourage pupils to work successfully as a team.
  • A robust and broad curriculum that builds on the strengths and interests of all pupils.
  • The curriculum allows access to a broad range of digital skills for all learners. This knowledge is secured over time.
  • Online safety is explicitly taught to enable all pupils to make safe choices online making them well equipped and confident in the digital world.