The computing curriculum at Malden Manor has been developed using the DfE approved scheme of work from Teach Computing (National Centre for Computing Education) to create sequenced lessons that are suitable for the community and use carefully chosen resources suitable for each key stage.
The school has a structured sequence of lessons, helping teachers to ensure that they have covered the skills required to meet the aims of the national curriculum.
The content allows for a broad, deep understanding of computing and how it links to children's lives.
It offers a range of opportunities for consolidation, challenge and variety.
This allows children to apply the fundamental principles and concepts of computer science.
They develop analytical problem-solving skills and learn to evaluate and apply information technology. It also enables them to become responsible, competent, confident and creative users of information technology.