Computing is an integral part of learning and life in our modern and ever-changing and developing world.

We want all of our children to become competent users of technology and recognise the positive benefits in the modern world.

We want to instil good computing habits and enable our children to become responsible and safe users of technology as they explore the virtual world.

Computers are now part of everyday life. It is essential in our lives – at home, at school and at work.

We endeavour to equip our children with the foundational skills, knowledge and understanding of computing that will be of benefit to them for the rest of their lives.

Elements of the Computing and ICT curriculum are taught in discrete lessons throughout the school year. It is by no means restricted to these stand-alone lessons but interwoven into all aspects of the curriculum, developing children’s digital literacy.

Children have access to a range of digital media and devices to enhance their ability to utilise technology; these include: laptops, iPads, Tablets, Interactive Screens in all classrooms, cameras and visualisers.

We aim to teach all children that whilst technology has massive benefits, it also has its limitations. We are keen for our children not to become over reliant on technology.

Children develop a competence in using and applying a range of skills whilst also recognising the importance of their digital footprint and safe use of the technological world around them.

Urgent – School Closure due to Snow

School will be closed on Friday 15th January to all pupils due to adverse weather conditions. If you need to contact a member of school staff in an emergency and you are  parent providing emergency Covid-19 work, then please call 07460 394904.

School Closure Letter – 14.1.2021

Remote online learning commences daily at 9am on Google Classroom, please see advice on operating Google Classroom  under ‘Letters to Parents’ – heading on this website.

In line with Government guidance, school is closed to pupils.

The Online registration form has now closed for requests for key worker places for week commencing 18th January.

All parents please complete the online Remote Learning Survey using the link below. It is essential that this form is completed if you require a loan device from school. Please complete as soon as possible.

Please see important letter below from Wakefield Local Authority

Letter to Parents and Carers – 11 January 2021-Local Authority

Children who we deem to be in a priority group (which is different to Key Workers) will be contacted by school.