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The school follows the National Curriculum guidelines of teaching Computing. All children have access to PC or laptop computers in their classrooms . All computers in  school are networked. All classes have the use of a CD player with headphones and a digital camera and interactive whiteboard.


Discrete Computing lessons teach skills which are then used across the curriculum areas.

Digital video cameras, videos/DVD's, Bee bots and Roamers are also used regularly.


The computing curriculum is built up from learning a variety of skills from three main strands:     

  • Computer Science – Developing programs and algorithms.

  • Digital Literacy – Communication and E-Safety.

  • Information Technology – Retrieving data and organizing information.


The programme of study for the National Curriculum can be found here:

Progression of skills in Computing

See the overview the pupils at Rosehill are working towards:

At Rosehill, we encourage pupils to have a healthy attitude to technology and they are taught to practice the principles of e- safety when accessing the internet at school and at home. Modern technology provides fantastic opportunities for learning and we encourage to use it in a safe and responsible way. 
Useful links for fun learning at home:


Busythings - Explore many fun activities to support your learning at home.  Ask your teacher for the login details!



Phonics Play - Practise and reinforce your phonic skills at home.



Cbeebies - fun educational games