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The intent of delivering computing education using the Knowsley CLC Scheme in our primary school is to provide a comprehensive, engaging, and progressive curriculum that equips our pupils with the knowledge and skills essential for the digital age. This includes fostering a deep understanding of computer science principles, developing computational thinking, and promoting digital literacy. Our intent encompasses ensuring that pupils have access to a broad and balanced computing curriculum that encourages creativity, problem-solving, and critical thinking in a safe digital environment.


The implementation of computing education using the Knowsley CLC Scheme at our primary school is structured, coherent, and tailored to meet the specific needs and abilities of our pupils. We ensure that our computing curriculum is sequenced logically, with clear progression pathways that build upon prior learning and challenge pupils at an appropriate level. Lessons are designed to be interactive, hands-on, and differentiated to accommodate diverse learning styles and abilities.

We integrate a range of teaching strategies, resources, and technologies to enhance pupils’ engagement and understanding of computing concepts. Our teachers receive ongoing training and support in delivering the Knowsley CLC Scheme effectively, enabling them to facilitate high-quality learning experiences that inspire curiosity and creativity among pupils.


The impact of implementing the Knowsley CLC Scheme in our primary school is evident in the achievements, attitudes, and progress of our pupils towards computing education. Through regular assessment and monitoring, we measure the impact of our curriculum on pupils’ knowledge, skills, and understanding of computing concepts. We observe increased confidence, resilience, and enthusiasm among pupils when engaging with computational tasks and projects.

Pupils demonstrate proficiency in coding, problem-solving, and digital citizenship, reflecting the depth and breadth of their computing education. They also exhibit creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration skills that extend beyond the realm of computing and enrich their overall learning experience. The impact of our computing curriculum extends to empowering pupils to navigate the digital world responsibly, ethically, and securely, equipping them with the tools to thrive in an increasingly digital society.

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