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Lowe’s Wong Anglican

Methodist Junior School

Everyone at Lowe’s Wong Junior School is expected to take responsibility for their learning and to respect themselves and others

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Computing

Computing skills are taught across the school during weekly lessons in our I.T. suite; classes can also access iPads for cross-curricular work.  Our computer suite, which consists of 32 networked PC’s, enables the whole class to work independently.

 

Computing is integrated into our schemes of work; computers support pupils’ learning throughout and pupils regularly use the classroom interactive whiteboards.  Our computer suite is used to deliver regular, skills based computing lessons as well as directed research and learning.  They learn how to become competent and responsible users of our internet facilities, as well as using a range of computing software. In addition, each classroom has its own on-line internet linked PC.

 

We have interactive whiteboards in all classrooms and 2 sets of iPads that are timetabled for the whole school to use weekly to give our children the opportunity for independent and personalised learning.

 

As well as teaching computing skills, we deliver specific lessons on online safety across the school and encourage parents to support us in this by keeping vigilant at home. Although we teach specific online safety lessons and take part in the national safer internet day each year (SID Day), we monitor and address online safety concerns the whole year round and frequently talk about it so that our children understand that being safe online is a full time issue and not something to be forgotten.

 

Please follow these links to our online safety pages.

Parents online safety page

https://www.loweswong-jun.notts.sch.uk/online-safety/

Childrens online safety page

https://www.loweswong-jun.notts.sch.uk/online-safety-1/

 

 

Miss Ford is our computing and online safety subject leader.

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