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Computing capability encompasses not only the mastery of technical skills and techniques, but also the understanding to apply these skills purposefully, safely and responsibly in learning, everyday life and employment.
At Isleworth & Syon, we aim to give pupils the skills and understanding needed to use technology effectively, every day and in the world of work ahead.
Pupils will be able to explain the function of a computer and will understand that computers only understand binary data.
Pupils will view how computers have evolved and developed over time.
Pupils will use Flowol to create flowcharts for mimics and will gain a deeper understanding how ICT controls these devices.
Project A is a control unit, where pupils will learn how ICT controls certain devices.
Pupils will learn about sensors and how sensors link to control.
Pupils will understand the importance of algorithms to solve a problem and will be able to write their own pseudo codes which will solve the algorithm for a specific problem.
A high-quality computing education equips pupils to use computational thinking and creativity to understand and change the world.
Computing has deep links with mathematics, science, and design and technology, and provides insights into both natural and artificial systems.