Computing (Key Stage 3)
Our Computing curriculum develops all students’ ability to: Master and understand the key principles of computer science including computer hardware, software and legislation; be confident practitioners of digital services; think creatively and logically to solve problems; be confident and competent programmers who are able to plan, write, test and debug their own programming projects.
|7||E-Safety & Flowcharts - online threats, social media and algorithms||Basic Computer Hardware & HTML - inputs / outputs, CPU & creating webpages||Programming & Computational thinking|
|8||Data Representation & programming - python programming & how binary is used to represent numbers / letters||Networking & systems architecture - CPU, RAM & FDE - how networks work||Memory / storage & Computational thinking - RAM / ROM & algorithms|
|9||Systems Architecture & programming - the hardware that makes a computer work||Storage / memory, networking & programming - hardware, software and safety||Data representation, Algorithms & programming|