The Subject leader is Mrs C Cartwright
Computing is an integral part of everyday life and will play a significant part in our children’s futures. At MFSA, we give our children the skills, creativity and enthusiasm to live and thrive in a world increasingly dependent on computing. They learn to use a range of programs to present information and to extend their learning across the whole curriculum. Each child is taught to use the Internet in a safe and respectful way, recognising how to stay safe and know where to seek help. We encourage our children to become responsible digital citizens and emphasise the importance of online safety within school, as well as at home. Children are aware of how to keep themselves safe and how to report concerns about inappropriate content or cyber-bullying incidents.
At MFSA, we teach computing through the 3 strands of Digital literacy, Information technology and Computer Science. The children are taught key skills in each area and they are given the knowledge and vocabulary to prepare them for computing in the real world.
To find out more about the Computing curriculum at MFSA, follow the links below for our progression of skills for each year group. If you would like to find out more about Computing at our school, please speak to your child's class teacher or Mrs Cartwright (Computing lead).