Computing Intent Vision
By the time children leave our school, we want them to be equipped to use technology positively, responsibly and safely in an ever-changing technological world.
Computing Curriculum at Crabtree Farm
At Crabtree Farm we support our teaching of the National Curriculum for Computing, through the use of iCompute. iCompute supports schools teaching of the primary computing curriculum with inspirational, creative, schemes of work with structured, progressive units from EYFS to Year 6. The iCompute Progression document details what the children learn in each year group and how they develop their skills and knowledge during their time in primary school. Have a look to see what your child is learning in computing!
Internet Safety and Staying Safe Online
We’ve had a few parents asking us recently how to manage online safety at home.
These resources will tell you all about:
Keeping children safe online
How to stop your children seeing inappropriate content
How to keep your children safe from strangers on the internet
Get Safe Online
Info on a little bit of everything including personal use and business.
Common Sense Media
Reviews apps, games, books and films to help parents understand the positive and negative aspects and appropriateness for their child.
Safety Centre App,
Website and game guides on setting up security, privacy and how to report and block.
Articles and advice on a variety of topics to address with children
In conjuction with the NSPCC, a helpline for any of your online safety questions or concerns
0808 800 5000
You can even take your tablet, laptop or phone in to the O2 shop where the staff will set up safety filters for free. There is a store in the Victoria Centre in Nottingham.
Good advice by age guides
Help to set up parental controls
App in conjunction with Childline to help young people decline requests for nudes and inappropriate content
Another app supported by Childline to assist young people in removing nude images from the internet
Remove Harmful Content
Help to remove upsetting content from the internet (this can include things that aren’t illegal such as impersonation accounts and self-harm images)
Advice on a variety of online safety issues
BBC Own It
A collection of videos on a variety of topics including the online world. Videos hosted by celebrities and other young people.