This condensed version of our Computing: Long-term plan offers help to those schools who want to ensure coverage of the national curriculum, without dedicating an hour a week to Computing as suggested in our standard Computing: Long-term plan.
In only 18 lessons, you can ensure full coverage of the national curriculum for Computing. The selected lessons ensure that there is balanced coverage of our five key areas of Computing, as well as one Skills showcase unit, to give pupils an opportunity to combine and apply skills from different units.
This version of our Long-term plan could be used if you are teaching Computing in a two-week, half-termly cycle or are block teaching foundation subjects. It could also be used to relieve pressure on teachers and pupils in terms of the amount of curriculum content.
Please note that not all the skills and knowledge from our Computing: Progression of skills and knowledge document will be covered: you are advised to see our Computing: Progression of skills and knowledge — condensed version for further details of the skills and knowledge covered if you follow the condensed curriculum.
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