Computing: The Three I’s: Intent, implementation and impact
This document outlines the intent and rationale behind Kapow Primary’s Computing scheme of work as well as how to implement it and how to measure pupil progress and impact.
Kapow Primary’s Computing scheme of work enables pupils to meet the end of key stage attainment targets outlined in the national curriculum and the aims align with those in the national curriculum. When used alongside Kapow’s RSE & PSHE scheme, our Computing scheme of work also satisfies all the objectives of the DfE’s 'Education for a Connected World framework'. This guidance was created to help equip children for life in the digital world, including developing their understanding of appropriate online behaviour, copyright issues, being discerning consumers of online information and healthy use of technology.
Our National curriculum mapping document shows which of our units cover each of the national curriculum attainment targets as well as each of these three strands.
Our Subject leader overview: Progression of skills and knowledge document shows the skills that are taught within each year group and how these skills develop year on year to ensure attainment targets are securely met by the end of each key stage. It also outlines the key knowledge gained in each of our key areas.