Computing at SJF
At St John Fisher pupils will be taught Digital Literacy, Information Technology and Computer Science to enable them to become responsible, competent, confident and creative users of technology in the now global digital world. We use specialist IT support to ensure the delivery of Computer Science is current and use up to date and engaging hardware and software.
Our Digital Leaders
This year we are having to use our Digital Leaders in a different way. Instead of working with all year groups, the Digital Leaders are working within their own year group bubble. As well as helping students and staff with looking after the hardware and accessories, they continue to be great advocates for Online Safety, and share their knowledge and skills with their classmates.
Websites to support teaching and learning at St John Fisher
Barefoot (KS1 and KS2): https://www.barefootcomputing.org/homelearning
Downloadable activities and games for children, links to live lessons and a guide for parents – includes cross-curricular lesson plans and resources that unpack computational thinking in a range of subjects.
Code (KS1 and KS2): https://code.org/athome
Learn and practise programming by trying one of the many fun guided projects. Try the new Dance Party with songs from your favourite musicians including Katy Perry, Arianna Grande and Ed Sheeran.
Hour of Code: https://hourofcode.com/uk/learn
More fun projects to practise your programming skills.
Computing at School – Home Learning (KS1 and KS2): https://www.computingatschool.org.uk/homelearning
Information and links to a range of at home computing activities
Unplugged activities for children to learn the basics about algorithms without a computer.
UK Safer Internet Centre (KS1 and KS2): https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/young-people/resources-3-11s
Online safety resources aimed at 3 -11 year olds.