Computing @ Firs Farm
Firs Farm is embracing the changing technical age and ensuring our children are ready to live and work within it. Every class follows a broad and creative programme of work with covers all of the National Curriculum objectives. This includes teaching children how technology works, how we can code as well as how we can develop into good digital citizens. We aim to ensure all of our children digitally literate by the time they leave Firs Farm.
Each half term the children complete a different computing unit which is progressive and ensures they meet the demands of the Computing curriculum.
We ensure children have a good understanding of what it means to be safe online and what to do if they are worried. This taught through our Internet Safety Week and during all lessons. All children, parents and staff are expected to sign an Acceptable User Agreement outlining our expectations of children using the equipment and working online.
Below are some links for parents, carers and children to support their online activities and what to do if you are unsure, upset or frightened by anything online.