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Swindon ICT Medium Term Plans

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The Swindon ICT Plans began in summer 2006 as an attempt to move away from the QCA Schemes of Work. The nature of ICT is that is does not stand still, so I will update them regularly: this is the 2008 edition, which has improved sections on Online Communication, including Internet Safety, and more detail in Control in Key Stage 2.

The intention is to free teachers up from restrictive ICT plans, enabling them to use their creativity to teach ICT in a way that inspires them and their children in a truly cross-curricular way. However, it is vital that the national curriculum is covered and that what is taught is of an appropriate standard: the plans give a structure for this.

There are nine areas of ICT to be covered during the year. What you do in these areas is up to you, although examples (and links to the Literacy and Mathematics Frameworks where relevant) are given. A list of suitable concept and skills objectives is given for each area, as are relevant level descriptors to aid planning for high standards and differentiation.


Year 1 Swindon ICT Plans 2008.doc

Year 2 Swindon ICT Plans 2008.doc

Year 3 Swindon ICT Plans 2008.doc

Year 4 Swindon ICT Plans 2008.doc

Year 5 Swindon ICT Plans 2008.doc

Year 6 Swindon ICT Plans 2008.doc

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