Vision for Computing!
At Oatlands Junior School, we aim to equip our children with the necessary skills and confidence to benefit from the ever-advancing technology on offer to them. We hope to open their eyes to the wealth of learning opportunities offered by technology and ensure that they also have a solid understanding of how to use it safely.
Long Term Plan
Useful Links: E-Safety
Computing Subject Leader - Rosie Doyle
How is Computing taught and what does it look like at Oatlands?
We believe that children should have a breadth of experience and opportunities to practise and apply their computing skills.
As well as using our computing suite for one hour each week (to be continued from Spring Term), children are expected to apply computing across the curriculum using the classroom iPads. There is a focus on e-safety within all of our units of work. Online homework tasks are set on Microsoft Teams on a two-weekly basis.
What your child will leave OJS knowing, understanding and appreciating in computing!
At Oatlands we recognise that computing is fundamental element to modern life. Our aim is to make computing at Oatlands as relevant and as accessible as possible to the children’s lives. Oatlands children are taught to develop a love for the subject and a desire to apply computing to a range of everyday problems.
We also take part in local and national computing events such as: E-safety week and National Coding Week.