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Dame Ellen Pinsent School

Dame Ellen Pinsent School


Computing and new technologies are an important and valuable part of the Dame Ellen curriculum. All classes have access to iPads, in class PCs, interactive whiteboards and touch screen tables (in reception and year 1).

The school have trained a group of children to be 'Digital Leaders'. Their role is to act as instructors for members of staff and their peers to support with the use of iPads. 

Our computing curriculum allows the children to access technology in a variety of forms including programmable toys, film making and recordable microphones.

Computing Overview

Dame Ellen Pinsent School's computing overview can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.  Classes currently following the highlighted units of work.  As shown on the overview, some classes have two cycles of planning.  This allows allows a breadth of learning and teaching to take place.  It also means that children that remain in the same class for two years will not cover different units of work. 

The computing curriculum for 2016-17 is below: