Computing at Sarisbury

Working and learning together

At Sarisbury CE Junior School, we believe that computing. is a vital skill in a constantly evolving technological society. We therefore aim to provide all children with the opportunity to access a rich source of materials through our ICT/computing provision. Through a structured and progressive approach to ICT/Computing, we aim to help pupils to become knowledgeable about the nature of information available, gain confidence with the range of technology (such as computers, tablets and digital and video cameras), and develop the ability to communicate and manipulate information independently in a variety of contexts.

Children are taught computing in 2 ways. Firstly, they are taught Digital Literacy; the basic skills of how to find out information and how to present it using software such as Word, PowerPoint and Excel spreadsheets.

Secondly, children are taught computing through Computer Science; learning the basics of information and computing, how digital systems work and how to use programming to make things happen.

We use computing across the curriculum as a tool to support and extend teaching and learning. The children are introduced to a wide range of software, hardware and the internet which they are encouraged to access easily, safely and responsibly.


Sarisbury CE Junior School Computing Policy – September 2020

SJS Computing Curriculum

Computing Curriculum Map – skills progression (March 2019)

SJS Internet Safety and Digital Media Policy – September 2020

Staff Acceptable Use Policy