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Computing Curriculum

At Rosehill computers and related technologies are often used throughout the school and play an invaluable part in the education of all the children. The majority of classes have a Smartboard that allow all pupils to access lessons via resources shown on an interactive computer screen. ICT is used in the majority of subjects to engage and motivate pupils and allow them access to a wide range of environments. To ensure that all pupils have equal access to ICT, Green screens, Cameras and IPods are available.  We also use IPads across the school and are finding these to be fantastic devices to motivate and engage many students, many of whom would struggle to interact with a traditional computer. Computing as a separate subject is taught in the Upper School where pupils can use our fully equipped ICT suite which has 8 computers. We are also endeavouring to ensure that our students are digitally literate and aware how to safely use and operate a range of devices and equipment. In a world where computers play integral part in more and more of our daily activities it is imperative that students leave Rosehill with the knowledge of how to use such technologies safely and wisely.

For further information about our Computing Curriculum please contact our Computing Lead Natalie Edmeades: n.edmeades@rosehill.nottingham.sch.uk