Computing

  • Animation

    At Broad Heath, we give the children time to develop animation skills. When children are learning about the skills required to animate using physical and digital resources, they are also developing their communication, teamwork and concentration skills.

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  • Coding

    With it being so important for children’s future opportunities, we try to give children time to code and program. Children are encouraged to experiment with a range of coding languages and to debug errors themselves. We run a programming club alongside our curriculum to increase interest and awareness of an important 21st century skill. In…

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  • Developing Speaking and Listening

    At Broad Heath, children use computing skills to enrich their learning and experiences in lots of different ways. By doing this, it not only gives the children a different experience, it also allows them to share their work with friends, family and peers to reinforce the learning. Below are some examples of the wonderful things…

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  • Computing @ Broad Heath Portfolio

    Click the picture below to access the Computing Portfolio:

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  • What a fantastic week we have had! We have had singing, dancing, music and lots more. Watch our video below to see some of our amazing learning! What was your favourite activity? Why? What facts did you learn about India? What genres of Indian music do you remember? Which one did your prefer and why?

  • To create a rap 😎 To create a simple dance routine To use the internet to research and present information πŸ’» To learn a song by heart and perform with a group 🎀 To create a music video! 🎢 To create Aboriginal Art πŸ–ΌοΈ πŸƒ To locate Australia on a map 🌎 To identify human…

  • The Online Safety Monitors were blown away by the quality and quantity of the work we received for the online safety competition. Below are some of the fantastic entries.

At Broad Heath, Computing skills are integrated into our enriching curriculum. Computing skills are used within lessons to support the learning and enable the children to make better progress. The skills the children develop through Computing lessons are then applied and used across the curriculum in a variety of ways. Press the link to see some examples of the work children across the school have done this year.

Cross curricular use of Computing skills

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