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ICT - What To Teach...

Discussion in 'Primary' started by orangeshortbread, Feb 26, 2011.

  1. How does your school plan its ICT curriculum. The NC and the old QCA schemes of work now seem so outdated.

    What skills do your children have by the end of KS1?
     
  2. How does your school plan its ICT curriculum. The NC and the old QCA schemes of work now seem so outdated.

    What skills do your children have by the end of KS1?
     
  3. tafkam

    tafkam Occasional commenter

  4. We follow our county scheme. I think it is really good with a clear progression of skills.
     
  5. We use the NC objectives and plan in a cross-curricular manner for most subjects. We still have discrete Maths, English and (some) Science lessons, along with RE, but it is very rare that ICT is taught discretely. As someone said on another thread, we very rarely all troop down to the ICT suite, learn how to make a spreadsheet and then go back to the classroom again.

    In terms of tracking the objectives, we have skills booklets, where we tick off and date each skill when we have taught it, and these are reflected in the children's work.
     
  6. I have made an assessment pack, which states the skills children need to have by the end of KS1 (using NC and levels,) if you would like it. Leave your email here or in a private message if you want it.
     

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