ICT Curriculum

The most recent government education programmes of study for ICT at Key Stages 1 and 2 are no longer statutory. This means that schools are free to develop their own curricula for ICT that best meet the needs of their pupils, or to continue to follow the existing programmes of study if they so choose. ICT remains a compulsory National Curriculum subject and the new revised programmes of study for ICT has come into force from September 2014.

Our extensive experience in ICT curriculum development (both as teachers and governors) for Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Key Stage 1 and 2 ensuring that all ICT Curriculum adheres to the National Curriculum guidelines.

Our strategies and ideas are developed through a working partnership with our schools. We develop and create the curriculum hand in hand with the school and advise on the technology required. As well as ensuring we meet and exceed the National Curriculum guidelines, we also ensure that ICT curriculum development encompasses the functional skills across all curriculum subjects. This enables schools to embed ICT at the heart of all the subjects ensuring that students obtain a rounded education.

We understand the requirements to meet students learning objectives and obtain their learning outcomes through utilising technology and supporting teachers in the classroom. Our work with teachers include the support in developing lesson plans, learning objectives, learning outcomes and utilising technology to give an enhanced student learning experience.

If you would like us to support your school in your ICT curriculum development, we can arrange a consultation meeting to see how we can help. Please contact us using our contact form.

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