Stanford Primary


Intent and Overview


Computing is a fundamental part of the curriculum and everyday life due to the ever-growing and changing world around us.  At Stanford, we want to prepare children for future jobs that may not exist yet using technology that may not have been developed. In order to do this, we want to instil in our children the skills they need to solve problems and remain safe online as well as the knowledge they need of digital systems in order to successfully create programmes and use technology as an effective form of communicating.



 We teach the three main areas of the computing curriculum:

At Stanford, we have the use of a range of digital devices including programmable toys, cameras, iPads and Chromebooks. The platform for our Computing Curriculum is through Google Suite which is a secure, office and productivity app based service stored in the cloud.  Pupils have their own accounts which enables them to complete individual and collaborative computing projects.  

Computing Outcomes:

Children with Special, Educational Needs including those who attend the Specialist Provision, follow the Computing Curriculum which is delivered and adapted to meet their individual needs especially for digital literacy content. We continue to explore new ways to support the wider learning of children with SEN using various software and modes of technology with a view to promote their access to the wider curriculum and greater levels of independence.


Computing Curriculum Maps

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6


Useful Information


A Guide to Parental Controls

Child Safety Online - Social Media

Child Safety Online

Internet Safety and Your Family

Online Grooming



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