Primary school - full Scheme of work

last edited Oct 09 2014 by James Fearnley | Created by James Fearnley | Other contributors:

Scheme of work Key-stage 1 and 2

Working as a GCSE and A-level teacher in an all-through school. I made my project this year to try and design a scheme of work for Primary computing based on resources obtained from this website, other materials I have written and other sources.

This has been updated and amended by Steve Gatehouse a primary school ICT specialist.

Work is linked to both the national curriculum and the primary pathways document.

Detailed planning is present for all year groups.

The scheme has 4 computing and 2 ICT teaching units for all year groups, with links to the pathways badge it should be covering.

An overview of this curriculum produced by Steve can be found here :-

Still needs doing:

Go through and make sure everything is correctly cited to conform to the CC licence.


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