The lead Learner for Computing is Mrs C Cartwright
To find out more about Computing at MFSA and what we learn in each year group, click on the link below:
The opportunities presented by modern electronic technology: internet, email, social sites, text messaging etc, are incredible in their potential for good but equally in their potential for harm, and especially so where children are concerned. At Matchborough First School Academy, keeping our children from harm at the same time as providing them with a safe 'electronic' learning environment is a priority.
Our e-Safety policy forms the basis on which our decisions are made. All children and school staff are expected to sign an 'Acceptable Use Policy' indicating they have read and agreed with the safety rules.
Staying safe online at home
The UK Safer Internet Centre site is full of useful information about keeping yourself and your family safe online. They have produced checklists for some social networking sites. They can be downloaded by clicking the links below.The UK Safer Internet Centre site is full of useful information about keeping yourself and your family safe online. They have produced checklists for some social networking sites. They can be downloaded by clicking the links below.
The children use the Worcestershire learning gateway to access a range of learning tools including Espresso and Education City. This can be accessed at home by using the website below:
Staying safe on the Internet
Below are some internet games that tackle the subject of Online Safety in a fun way. Using the Think U Know website, follow Lee and Kim's adventures to find out how to be safe on the Internet. Please click on your age range to access the resources.
Each child has a bug club login so that they can access online books at home. They have been allocated by their class teacher so that they are suitable for each child.