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The Kilburn Park School

Working Hard To Achieve

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The Kilburn Park School

Working Hard To Achieve



There have been major changes to the National Curriculum with the introduction of a new subject, computing, that replaces ICT.


In delivering our scheme of work for computing we have combined the new National Curriculum with important key skills and knowledge about information technology. Our scheme of work is designed not only to prepare children for high school, but also for an ever-changing technological world.


There are eight strands of learning in our ICT scheme of work:

Text and Multimedia

Word processing
Desktop publishing & presentations
Web site and online publications

Digital Research

On- line research using search engines
Finding information electronically

Data Handling and Datalogging

Using ICT to create graphs, tables and charts
Creating and using databases
Datalogging to capture information

Coding, Programming & Control

Sequencing commands
Computer programming languages
Building and controlling models

Images and Sound

Creating and editing still and moving images
Composing music

Communication and On-Line Safety

Using email and other forms of electronic communication
Social networking, e-learning and learning platforms

Simulations and Spreadsheet Modelling

Explore simulations and digital models

How Computers Work

Computers and other electronic equipment
Networks and storing and sharing information
How the Internet works

ICT Curriculum Overview