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What does computing look like at Sheringdale?

At Sheringdale computing is a fun, interactive and motivating learning experience where we aim to prepare all children for an increasingly technological world. We have a range of exciting equipment and resources to develop pupil’s ability and confidence in using computers and every day technology to communicate and handle information, control and monitor events and solve problems. Through our top of the range computer suite, iPads and Spheros children are able to develop essential life skills. Computing is taught in both discrete sessions and across the curriculum. Skills are progressive across the year groups, teaching Computer Science, Information Technology and Digital Literacy. E-Safety plays a fundamental role in how we deliver computing and we strive for all children to use technology safely. This is done through computing lessons, PHSE lessons and is emphasised through assemblies and workshops.