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Computing at Sellindge aims to develop computational thinking and creativity so that children are ready to participate effectively in the digital world. Computing involves how computer systems work, how to design and build programs, how to develop their ideas using technology and to create a range of content. All children at Sellindge are also taught to become safe and responsible users of technology both at school and home.


Computing is taught both as a discrete subject and also used to enrich and support teaching and learning within the rest of the curriculum. Children have regular access to the computer suite as well as having access to classroom computers. Each class also has an interactive whiteboard which both adults and children can use on a daily basis.  In addition to computers, children also use tablets, digital cameras, programmable toys, CD players, Log-it boxes, digital microphones and scanners.

For more information about Online Safety at Sellindge Primary School and a link to the Parent Online Portal please click below.


Computer Coding at Home
The core of computing is now computer science. Here are some resources to try at home which will help develop children’s understanding of creating simple computer programs. Remember always ensure you know when and what your children are using when they are online.

Scratch https://scratch.mit.edu/

Hour of Code Resources https://studio.code.org/s/express-2018/stage/2/puzzle/1

Here are our Online Safety Guidelines...
Print them out to use at home too.smiley
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