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Computing @ Denbigh CPS

Subject Lead: Mrs Guy

The Computing curriculum at Denbigh aims to equip our children with a foundation of skills, knowledge and understanding of computing that they will need for the rest of their lives. Through a variety of learning experiences from both Teachers and experts from the Computing field, they learn how computers and computer systems work, they design and build programs and machines, develop their ideas using technology and create a range of content. Through this the children develop a knowledge of computing language and how this impacts on Society equipping them with the tools to be good digital citizens.

Multimedia stories! #dcpspanda #dcpscomputing ... See MoreSee Less

Multimedia stories! #dcpspanda #dcpscomputing ... See MoreSee Less

Multimedia stories! #dcpspanda #dcpscomputing ... See MoreSee Less

Multimedia stories! #dcpspanda #dcpscomputing ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

Year 1 Panda class working hard on their multimedia stories. We have not been using the computers for very long and we can already make our stories come to life! Videos to follow...
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2 weeks ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

Yesterday was Safer Internet Day. Year 3 were learning all about consent online. We looked at some scenarios where we had to think about whether it was safe to share our information and who to go to for help.
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Yesterday was Safer Internet Day. Year 3 were learning all about consent online. We looked at some scenarios where we had to think about whether it was safe to share our information and who to go to for help. 
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2 weeks ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

Today, Year 5 learnt about Safer Internet Day by acting out different technology based scenes. They role played a scenario then looked to see at which point the situation could have been avoided, with scenarios including posting photos of friends online without permission, inviting someone to join a gaming chat room and buying an in game purchase. For example, one group were posing for selfies. One of the children hated it and the other loved it. He sent it on to the group chat and someone commented that they should have used a filter to look better. This upset the person who hadn’t wanted their photo shared. We needed to work out at which point their actions became a problem and how they could have tackled it. The children were thoroughly engaged with their drama and had a great discussion about how they could stay safe online and with different technologies. Well done Whales, I was very proud of how sensible you were with this tricky topic and what great ideas you had! #dcpswhales #dcpsict #dcpscomputing #dcpsbritishvalues ... See MoreSee Less

This Tuesday (5th February) is Safer Internet Day. The aim of Safer Internet Day is to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively. This year, the day will focus on how consent works in an online context and will ask young people to explore how they ask, give, and receive consent online. This could be in their friendships or relationships, how they take and share images and videos or how they manage their privacy and data. In school we discuss these issues frequently and ask our parents if they could join in and have a discussion about these issues at home as part of Safer Internet Day. #togetherforabetterinternet Mrs Guy. #dcpsICT4Learning #dcpscomputing #dcpsbritishvalues ... See MoreSee Less

This Tuesday (5th February) is Safer Internet Day. The aim of Safer Internet Day is to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively. This year, the day will focus on how consent works in an online context and will ask young people to explore how they ask, give, and receive consent online. This could be in their friendships or relationships, how they take and share images and videos or how they manage their privacy and data. In school we discuss these issues frequently and ask our parents if they could join in and have a discussion about these issues at home as part of Safer Internet Day. #togetherforabetterinternet  Mrs Guy. #dcpsICT4Learning #dcpscomputing #dcpsbritishvalues
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