Huish Primary

Huish Primary

Breakdown of Resources by Subject Area

Please note that the following information was provided by the teaching school and was correct at the time of publishing on 31st January 2016. All enquiries related to this resource and the information given here, should be directed to the teaching school via the email provided by them.

A progressive planning model for computing has been developed to ensure effective practice by schools in the teaching school alliance and across Somerset. Twenty one teachers with Computing specialism have attended 3 training days and have created medium and short terms plans for teachers to adapt for their own schools. This covers all years in KS 1 and 2. This sequences of lessons is now available to all schools nationally which will include discrete teaching of computing as well as opportunities to use skills to support learning in other areas of the curriculum. These resources will also be explained and shared across 139 other Somerset schools via regional meetings.

We have increased the capacity within Somerset for developing skills and knowledge of computing through a team of skilled practitioners confident to train and support other teachers in the alliance, and across Somerset. These teachers have all delivered INSET training in their own schools (21 in total) and are currently supporting other local schools in the development of the new Computing curriculum. (11 schools already supported, up to 40 by December 2014.)

Development of an effective assessment model for computing. A smaller group of teachers are currently developing an effective and efficient assessment tool.

Computing

We have developed detailed medium and short term planning for all Primary year groups (Rec to Yr 6) based on the new Computing Programmes of Study.

They were developed by Classroom practitioners who have a specialism in Computing. The detailed plans have hyper-links to resources that support effective teaching. Other planning templates and resources are available via our website.

A simple but effective Computing assessment format has also been developed based on “I can statements’ which cross reference with the short term planning.

In partnership with Somerset ELIM, we have developed detailed medium and short term planning for all Primary year groups (Rec to Yr 6) based on the new Computing Programmes of Study.

They were developed by Classroom practitioners who have a specialism in Computing. The detailed plans have hyper-links to resources that support effective teaching. Other planning templates and resources are available via our website.

A simple but effective Computing assessment format has also been developed based on “I can statements’ which cross reference with the short term planning.

In partnership with Somerset ELIM, we have developed detailed medium and short term planning for all Primary Year groups (Rec to Yr 6) based on Somerset’s Primary Computing Curriculum model which presents the new Computing Programmes of Study as a progression through the school.

The plans were developed by classroom practitioners committed to increasing confidence with Computing. The detailed plans have hyper-links to resources that support effective teaching. Other planning templates and resources are available via our website.

Along side this, Somerset’s ELIM team developed a simple but effective Computing assessment format. This is based on “I can statements’ which have been cross referenced with the short term planning. We are now working with ELIM and a small group of teachers to consider what a ‘mastery’ level will look like for learners working at age expectations.