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At All Saints Junior School, we have chosen to use Kapow to form the core basis of our computing curriculum, and it is our intent that this subject is taught in all year groups through one topic every half term.

These units are a comprehensively-planned series of lessons, which are fully mapped to the National Curriculum, ensuring progressive coverage of the knowledge, understanding and skills required in the three main recognised strands of computing – computer science, digital literacy (including e-safety) and information technology.

The content aims to provide rich and varied learning experiences for pupils throughout Key Stage 2, allowing for a broad, deep understanding of computing and how it links to children's lives, while also offering a range of opportunities for consolidation, challenge, and variety.

The curriculum encourages children to develop analytical problem-solving skills and enables them to become responsible, competent, confident, and creative users of information technology.

You can find a full description of our computing curriculum intent, implementation and impact in the computing curriculum document at the bottom of this page.