The impact of our computing curriculum should be available to see in displays around school, in our Shared Drive and floor-books, but also can be measured by speaking to the children themselves. The teaching of the computing curriculum enables our children to use both laptops and tablets, along with a range of software, with confidence.
We measure the impact of our curriculum using the following methods:
- Summative assessment of pupil discussions about their learning.
- Images of the children’s practical learning in a class floor-book, alongside examples of pupil voice.
- Children’s work saved into the shared drive.
- Interviewing the pupils about their learning (pupil voice).
- Annual reporting of standards across the curriculum.
Monitoring takes place each term and the subject leader and teachers use this feedback to inform or address any gaps in learning or teacher subject/pedagogical knowledge.
Children in Early Years Foundation Stage are assessed within ‘Knowledge and Understanding the World’ and their progress is tracked termly using Target Tracker. Age related expectation levels are reported to parents at the end of the Reception year.