Computing at Manor is split into three sections:
- Digital Literacy, where the pupils learn what the different types of technology are and how to stay safe online.
- Information Technology, where the pupils learn how to use computers, including IPads for a purpose, such as creating, saving and editing documents.
- Computer Science, where the pupils learn about programming using code.
The pupils are taught Computing across the curriculum, and it is actively encouraged for Computing to be taught within Maths, English and Science lessons where appropriate.
Manor School has very good computing resources, including:
- at least 4 pupil iPads in every class room
- a digital TV, linked to an Apple TV, in every class room – allowing iPads content and work to be shared with everyone
- access to networked photocopiers for printing and scanning
- access to the wired and wireless networks, allowing the sharing and accessing of information and digital resources
- a PC in every class
Information about online safety and our approach to it, can be found on our Safeguarding page.