ICT Scheme Of Work


 

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Greenholm Primary School                 Programme of Study for ICT

Reception

Computing

(Computer Science – Discrete Lessons)

·       Use probots or beebots to get from one place to another.

·       Give instructions to my friend and follow their instructions to move around.

·       Describe what happens when I press buttons on a robot.

·       Press the buttons in the correct order to make my robot do what I want

·       Plan a route using written or pictorial symbols

·       Make choices about the buttons and icons I press, touch or click on.

·       Use a range of ICT tools and recognise key symbols i.e. play/pause/rec.

·       Recognise the ways we use technology in our classroom.

·       Recognise ways that technology is used in my home and community.

·       Can operate simple equipment.

ICT

(Digital Literacy, Information Technology – taught across the year in any subject)

·       Using technology

·       Turn computers on and off

·       Log on and off

·       Save using the icon in a range of programs

·       Resize windows using minimise, close, resize  down

·       Print using icon in a range of programs

·       Take own photos

·       Record sounds

·       Presenting Information

·       Create pictures using paint programs selecting a range of tools for specific purposes

·       Type words and phrases using the keyboard or word bank

·       Know how to use space bar

·       Move objects on a screen.

·       Create shapes and text on a screen.

·       Finding Information

·       Talk about different kinds of information such as pictures, video, text and sound

·       Use ICT to listen to stories

E-Safety

Previous year objectives should be revisited

·       Protecting Devices

·       Know how to handle ICT equipment carefully

·       Know about pop ups and app purchases and know how to close these

·       Online Etiquette

·       Be kind to my friends.

·       Staying Safe

·       Know to limit their time on ICT equipment

·       Know to turn off the monitor and tell an adult if they see something uncomfortable

·       Tell an adult when something worrying or unexpected happens while I am using the Internet.

·       Talk about the amount of time I spend using a computer / tablet / game device.


 

Greenholm Primary School                 Programme of Study for ICT

Year One

Computing

(Computer Science – Discrete Lessons)

·       Use probots/beebots to get from one place to another.

·       Describe what actions I will need to do to make something happen and begin to use the word algorithm.

·       Begin to predict what will happen for a short sequence of instructions.

·       Begin to use software/apps to create movement and patterns on a screen.

·       Use the word debug when I correct mistakes when I program

·       Predict what will happen from a given set of instructions

·       Give instructions to my friend (using forward, backward and turn)

·       Using right angles and the language of turn

·       Identify ICT equipment in their environment and understand that these all have a set of instructions to work (i.e. washing machine, microwave)

·       Begin to identify some of the benefits of using technology.

ICT

(Digital Literacy, Information Technology – taught across the year in any subject)

·       Using technology

·       Take own photos with control over framing and upload these with help

·       Record selected sounds for purpose

·       Know how to save into a specific folder using save as and retrieve saved work

·       Print specific pages to a specific printer

·       Presenting Information

·       Add detail to photos using a paint package

·       Type sentences using full stops, space, enter and backspace

·       Use the keyboard or a word bank on my device to enter text.

·       Insert photos or pictures into a program

·       Construct simple pictograms, tally charts, block diagrams and simple tables using ICT

·       Use the computer to present work in a range of forms i.e. simple graphs and tables, photo flipcharts

·       Finding Information

·       Use links to websites to find information.

·         Use ICT to listen to and read online stories

E-Safety

Previous year objectives should be revisited

·       Protecting Devices

·       Know to keep passwords private.

·       Know what personal information is.

·       Online Etiquette

·       Talk about why it’s important to be kind and polite.

·       Staying Safe

·       Have an awareness of the SMART rules and acceptable user policy

·       Know to tell an adult when I see something unexpected or worrying online.

·       Recognize an age appropriate website.

·         Agree and follow sensible e-Safety rules.

 

Greenholm Primary School                 Programme of Study for ICT

Year Two

Computing

(Computer Science – Discrete Lessons)

·       Create a simple program (scratch) including a range of instructions

·       I can program a robot or software to do a particular task.

·       I can look at my friend’s program and tell you what will happen.

·       I can use programming software to make objects move.

·       I can watch a program execute and spot where it goes wrong so that I can debug it.

·       I can tell you the order I need to do things to make something happen and talk about this as an algorithm.

·       Debugging

·       Plan and predict what will use online simulations to change variables and see their effect

·       Tell you why I use technology in the classroom

·       Tell you why I use technology in my home and community

·       Can identify benefits of using technology including finding information, creating and communicating

ICT

(Digital Literacy, Information Technology – taught across the year in any subject)

·       Using technology

·       Navigate to the document libraries and know that these are actually folders within their home area.

·       Create, rename, copy, paste and delete a folder.

·       Distinguish between the hard disk (and solid state storage) inside the computer itself, the school’s network server, USB disks or memory cards, and online storage via the internet.

·       Save as using project 1 project 2 etc.

·       Move work from one folder to another. 

·       Use computer search functions to find files

·       Save in a range of specific folders with specific file names using save as

·       Presenting Information

·       Word process own work using bold, underline and center etc.

·       Change fonts for purpose

·       Use the keyboard on my device to add, delete and space text for others to read.

·       Know how to use redo and undo

·       Record sounds to use in a project

·       Take own photos upload and manipulate using a simple program

·       I can make and save a chart or graph using the data I collect

·       talk about the data that is shown in my chart or graph

·       Use technology to organize and present my ideas in different ways.

·       Finding Information

·       Find places using google maps and street view

·       Use ICT to listen to and read online stories

·       Talk about the different ways I use technology to collect information, including a camera, microscope or sound recorder.

·       Tell you what kind of information I could use to help me investigate a question.

·       Add content from multiple programs i.e. copying sentences from one word document into another

·       Talk about the differences between the Internet and things in the physical world.

E-Safety

Previous year objectives should be revisited

·       Protecting Devices

·       Have a good understanding of keeping passwords safe

·       Online Etiquette

·       Start to understand that other people have created the information I use

·       Know who can see online work

·       Understand chat room etiquette

·       Staying Safe

·       Know and use the SMART rules

·       Recognise sensible amounts of time to spend online

·       Be aware of the acceptable user policy and ensure they use technology in school in line with this

·       Describe the things that happen online that I must tell an adult about.

·       Know that not everyone is who they say they are on the Internet.

 

Greenholm Primary School                 Programme of Study for ICT

Year Three

Computing

(Computer Science –discrete lessons)

·       Break an open ended problem up into smaller parts.

·       Put programming commands into a sequence to achieve a specific outcome

·       Keep testing my program and can recognize when I need to debug it.

·       Can use repeat commands.

·       Can describe the algorithm I will need for a simple task.

·       Can detect a problem in an algorithm which could result in unsuccessful programming.

·       Control a physical system using an algorithm

ICT

(Digital Literacy, Information Technology – taught across the year in any subject)

·       Using technology

·       Save and retrieve work on the Internet, the school network or my own device.

·       Talk about the parts of a computer.

·       Resize windows, moving, minimizing and maximizing

·       Create and adapt folders

·       Use more complex printing strategies i.e. multiple pages on a sheet

·       Spreadsheets and Databases

·       Add to a database.

·       Make a branching database.

·       Talk about the different ways data can be organized.

·       Search a readymade database to answer questions

·       Presenting Information

·       Use Ctrl Alt PrtScn (Print Screen) to take a picture of the whole screen and paste it into paint to adapt it.

·       Use the snipping tool to take a picture of any part of the screen, drawing or annotating the image and saving it.

·       Resize images without changing the proportions

·       Use shift to access symbols on top of keys

·       Delete using backspace and delete appropriately

·       Highlight text efficiently i.e. click and drag, double click words or end of lines

·       Use appropriate keyboard commands to amend text i.e. ctrl x

·       Use spellchecker and thesaurus

·       Create different effects with different technology tools.

·       Combine a mixture of text, graphics and sound

·       Edit digital content using one or more programs, such as word-processors, presentation software, or image-, audio- or video-editing packages.

·       Use an appropriate tool to share my work online.

·       Understand what e-mail is and how it works

·       Create, send, forward and reply to emails

·       Create an address book

·       Organise email using folders and deleting

·       Report spam

·       Finding Information

·       Collect data to help me answer a question.

·       Use a data logger to monitor changes and talk about the information collected.

·       Use search tools to find and use an appropriate website.

·       Use the word kids to search

·       Refine questions to search more efficiently

·       Copy text from an internet page to an office document

E-Safety

Previous year objectives should be revisited

·       Protecting Devices

·       Know how to choose which files are safe to download and not

·       Talk about what makes a secure password and why they are important

·       Online Etiquette

·       Know why it is important to name your source

·       Understand the effect of comments they post

·       Staying Safe

·       Know how to protect personal information

·       Know how to use the safety features of key websites

·       Know when they are online on a range of equipment i.e. games consoles and phones

·       Make good choices about time spent online

·       understand how to keep their personal information safe

·       Protect personal information when doing different things online.

·       Recognize websites and games appropriate for my age.

 

Greenholm Primary School                 Programme of Study for ICT

Year Four

Computing

(Computer Science –discrete lessons)

·       Use sequence, selection, and repetition in programs; work with variables and various forms of input and output

·       Use logical reasoning to explain how some simple algorithms work and to detect and correct errors in algorithms and programs

·       Use logical thinking to solve an open-ended problem by breaking it up into smaller parts.

·       Use an efficient procedure to simplify a program.

·       Use a sensor to detect a change which can select an action within my program.

·       Know that I need to keep testing my program while I am putting it together.

·       Use a variety of tools to create a program.

·       Recognise an error in a program and debug it.

·       Recognise that an algorithm will help me to sequence more complex programs

·       Recognise that using algorithms will also help solve problems in other learning

ICT

(Digital Literacy, Information Technology – taught across the year in any subject))

·       Using technology

·       explain whether a resource I am using is on the Internet, the school network or my own device

·       Spreadsheets and Databases

·       Organize data in different ways.

·       Collect data and identify where it could be inaccurate.

·       Plan, create and search a database to answer questions.

·       Choose the best way to present data

·       Presenting Information

·       Use a keyboard confidently and make use of a spellchecker to write and review my work

·       Insert a table adding new columns or rows and merging cells

·       Insert a table and adjust its formatting

·       Resize, rotate and format a text box

·       Move a text box around a page

·       Insert a picture from a file

·       Understand that programs like PowerPoint are primarily about presenting information in manageable chunks

·       Add slides and change their layout

·       Add text and modify using formatting tools

·       Know how to use presentation mode

·       Reorder slides

·       Be able to talk alongside a presentation cycling slides as required

·       Add sound files and video to a slide

·       Animate and add slide transitions

·       Investigate transitions and animations that enhance a viewer’s enjoyment and which distract from the information presented

·       Can use photos, video and sound to create an atmosphere when presenting to different audiences

·       Create a hyperlink to a resource on the World Wide Web

·       Be confident to explore new media to extend what I can achieve change the appearance of text to increase its effectiveness create, modify and present documents for a particular purpose.

·       Use an appropriate tool to share my work and collaborate online.

·       Give constructive feedback to my friends to help them improve their work and refine my own work.

·       Finding Information

·       Use a data logger to record and share readings.

·       Identify key words to use when searching safely on the World Wide Web.

·       Think about the reliability of information I read on the World Wide Web.

·       Tell you how to check who owns photos, text and clipart.

·         Recognize that websites use different methods to advertise products. Bookmark a web page by creating a favorite

E-Safety

Previous year objectives should be revisited

·       Protecting Devices

·       Choose a secure password and an appropriate screen name when I am using a website

·       Talk about why I need to ask a trusted adult before downloading files and games from the Internet

·       Online Etiquette

·       Comment positively and respectfully online and through text messages know that anything I share online can be seen by others

·       Staying Safe

·       Can talk about the ways I can protect myself and my friends from harm online

·       Use the safety features of websites as well as reporting concerns to an adult.

·       Help others make good choices about the time they spend online.

·         Can discuss the importance of choosing an age-appropriate website, app or game.

 

Greenholm Primary School                 Programme of Study for ICT

Year Five

Computing

(Computer Science –discrete lessons)

·       To decompose a problem into smaller parts to design an algorithm for a specific outcome and use this to write a program.

·       To refine a procedure using repeat commands to improve a program.

·       To use a variable to increase programming possibilities.

·       To change an input to a program to achieve a different output.

·       To use ‘if’ and ‘then’ commands to select an action.

·       To talk about how a computer model can provide information about a physical system.

·       To use logical reasoning to detect and debug mistakes in a program.

·       To use logical thinking, imagination and creativity to extend a program.

ICT

(Digital Literacy, Information Technology – taught across the year in any subject)

·       Using a computer

·       Use the skills I have already developed to create content using unfamiliar technology

·       Use different online communication tools for different purposes.

·       Spread sheets and databases

·       Use a spreadsheet and database to collect and record data.

·       Choose an appropriate tool to help collect data.

·       Present data in an appropriate way.

·       Talk about mistakes in data and suggest how it could be checked.

·       To search a database using different operators to refine my search.

·       Understand what a spreadsheet does

·       Identify key elements of a spreadsheet (cells, columns, rows and formula’s)

·       Know how to manipulate rows and columns

·       Adapt a previously created graph to add axis and titles

·       Know how to create a graph from prepared spread sheet data

·       Know how to format the graph including choosing the correct graph type, filling in title and axis details

·       Presenting Information

·       Select, copy, paste objects and groups of objects

·       Layer objects

·       Group and ungroup objects

·       Use text, photo, sound and video editing tools to refine my work.

·       Select, use and combine the appropriate technology tools to create effects that will have an impact on others.

·       Review and improve my own work and support others to improve their work.

·       Select an appropriate online or offline tool to create and share ideas.

·       Finding Information

·       Choose an appropriate tool to help collect data.

·       Present data in an appropriate way.

·       Talk about mistakes in data and suggest how it could be checked.

·       To use a search engine to find appropriate information and check its reliability, have an understanding of bias and authority

·       Evaluate different types of information I find on the World Wide Web. Find out who the information on a webpage belongs to.

·       Know which resources on the Internet I can download and use. describe the ways in which websites advertise their Products Know that some results are sponsored

·       Understand the order of results returned

·       To use a range of search techniques to improve results i.e. synonym search, using OR and AND, using a – (minus) to Exclude words, Using an (*) to get search engine to fill in the blank

E-Safety

Previous year objectives should be revisited

·       Protecting Devices

·       To explain the need to protect computer or device from harm.

·       Online Etiquette

·       Know that anything posted online can be seen, used and may affect others.

·       Can explain the importance of communicating kindly and respectfully.

·       Can tell you about copyright and acknowledge the sources of information that I find online.

·       Staying Safe

·       Know that websites can use my data to make money and target their advertising

·       Can choose a secure password and screen name

·       Protect passwords and other personal information.

·       Can explain the need to protect self and friends and know the best ways to do this, including reporting concerns to an adult.

·       Can talk about the dangers of spending too long online or playing a game.

 

Greenholm Primary School                 Programme of Study for ICT

Year Six

Computing

(Computer Science –discrete lessons)

·        

·       To deconstruct a problem into smaller steps, recognising similarities to solutions used before.

·       To explain and program each of the steps in an algorithm.

·       to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of an algorithm

·       To continually test the programming of an algorithm. To recognise when I need to use a variable to achieve a required output.

·       to use a variable and operators to stop a program

·       To use different inputs (including sensors) to control a device or onscreen action and predict what will happen. to use logical reasoning to detect and correct errors in algorithms and programs

ICT

(Digital Literacy, Information Technology – taught across the year in any subject)

·       Using a computer

·       Confidently identify the potential of unfamiliar technology to increase creativity.

·       Explain why I select a particular online tool for a specific purpose

·       Spread sheets and databases

·       Use and create basic addition formulas including using Auto sum

·       Understand the parts of a formula

·       Know how to extend a series of numbers

·       Create formula to subtract, multiply and divide

·       Know how to copy similar formulas

·       Presenting Information

·       Present information in an appropriate way.

·       Talk about audience, atmosphere and structure when planning a particular outcome

·       Combine a range of media, recognising the contribution of each to achieve a particular outcome

·       Evaluate the effectiveness of my own work and the work of others.

·       Select an appropriate tool to communicate and collaborate online

·       Know how to record a commentary to go with a presentation

·       Investigate the similarities and differences of presentation tools i.e. PowerPoint and online tools

·       Finding Information

·       Plan the process needed to investigate the world around me.

·       Select the most effective tool to collect data for my investigation

·       Check the data I collect for accuracy and plausibility.

·       Interpret the data I collect.

·       Use the skills I have developed to interrogate a database.

·       Can talk about the way search results are selected and ranked.

·       Check the reliability of a website.

E-Safety

Previous year objectives should be revisited

·       Protecting Devices

·       To be able to make choices to protect computers or devices from harm on the Internet.

·       Online Etiquette

·       Explain the consequences to myself and others of not communicating kindly and respectfully.

·       Staying Safe

·       Protect my password and other personal information.

·       Explain the consequences of sharing too much about myself online.

·       Support friends to protect themselves and make good choices online, including reporting concerns to an adult.

·       Explain the consequences of spending too much time online or on a game.