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Subject Information, Communication and Technology (ICT)

Standards at end of Summer 2011


Using the Self-review framework (SRF) which provides a structure for reviewing the
school’s use of ICT and its impact on school improvement, it evince that across
the school progress is being made with most children achieving the average
grade for their age group. There are four aspects of attainment in ICT at key
stages 1 and 2:
1. finding things out
2. developing ideas and making things happen
3. exchanging and sharing information
4. reviewing, modifying and evaluating work as it progresses.
The majority of pupils are expected to work at:
• levels 1-3 in key stage 1 and attain level 2 at the end of the key stage
• levels 2-5 in key stage 2 and attain level 4 at the end of the key stage.

KS1 – Year 1 pupils are working at level 1, which is characterised by the use of ICT
to explore options and make choices to communicate meaning. Pupils
develop familiarity with simple ICT tools. As part of a topic, “Living things”, pupils
looked at information on plants and animals. They used books, magazines,
photographs and interactive whiteboard. They talked about where different
animals are found. During their ICT lesson, they used 2Simple software to “paint”
a plant (some painted a flower, some a tree or the beanstalk from “Jack and the
beanstalk” story. They made a class display and talked about the similarities and
differences between print-outs, photographs and drawings.

KS2 – Year 5 pupils are working at level 3, is characterised by the use of ICT to
develop ideas and solve problems. Pupils learnt to work on power point and
publisher, and they been introduced to spreadsheet. They learnt to navigate and
search a basic database. As part of their “Graphic Modelling” topic, pupils
designed their own classroom.

Evidence
Work scrutiny, learning walks, display, talks/training/cpd, work produced (audit),

Other progress
Progress in relation to the stated Priorities in Action Plan dated
Autumn 2010

Completed priorities as
identified in Action plan Progres Commentary
Autumn 2010
s

Ensure the physical Good ICT suite is tidy organised, and is


environment supports the a good learning environment.
integration of ICT into
learning and teaching and
that it is easy to use.
Purchasing “I.E.P Writer” Satisfactory The software has been ordered. It
software to empower will be forwarded to the
teachers to produce Headteacher and launched no
professional IEP’s and later than Summer Term 2.
reviews.

Make use of SRF to Good The school has been registered


establish baseline with BECTA Self Review and the
judgement about ICT in all process of evaluation had been
aspects of the school. started.
Lunch Fronter Satisfactory Fronter has been organised and
updated. It is used be some
members of staff.
Fronter Staff Training Satisfactory Staff had been informed through
a CPD on using Fronter.
Resources have been created for
different purposes on using
Fronter.
Fronter Training Good Attended the MLE Southwark
Learning Centre where I have
been trained to administrate
Fronter.
Ongoing priorities for
2010/2011 as identified
in the Aut 2010 Action
Progres Commentary
plan s
Develop a policy for the Assessment sheets had been
assessment and recording created/ gathered. Using
of ICT capability. assessment data, lessons are
differentiated for all pupils’ needs
and children enjoy using their ICT
skills in learning across the
curriculum.
ICT Skills Record – pupils ICT Skills Record has been
and staff. developed. It will be forwarded to
the Headteacher for approval.
Audit ICT in all subjects Audit ICT in all subjects has been
developed. It will be forwarded to
the Headteacher for approval.

Finance
Spending to date has included the following:

Spending Evaluation and commentary


6 fully equipped One computer per each year group in KS1 in order to
computers develop the Class ICT Corner. It is a valuable resource
including within the classroom, as part of our strategy in raising the
headphones. standards in Gifted &Talented and SEN pupils as well as a
behaviour management.
IEP Writer Using “Writing I.E.P” software to empower teachers, to
produce professional IEP’s and reviews.
Bee-Bot Starter A range of Control / Floor Robots materials, planning routes
Pack and courses and tools to create own mat designs.

Bee-Bot Software Allows children to take control of their Bee-Bot with this on-
screen programming software. Bee-Bot Mats featured in the
program: Alphabet, Race Track, Busy Street, CVC, Money,
Shape, Treasure Island and Animal Walk.
Purple Mash Is the new creative online space for primary schools. Each
pupil will have their own 2Simple online space to save and
access their work from. This can be used a homework tasks.
It comes free, on Fronter and can be accessed from home.
It is a great resource of integrating ICT skills within the
Literacy curriculum.

Emerging priorities for Action Plan for 2011/12 (including


information from standards)

New priorities

• Planning - with particular focus on developing opportunities for ICT across


curriculum so that more children in each year group can achieve higher
levels.
• Target setting - to further enhance effective marking and feedback
• Assessment and levelling of work

Continuing priorities

• The coordinator to provide alternative schemes of work, so teachers have


different teaching approaches.
• End of year testing and progress analysis.
• Consistently implement self-assessment in ICT.
• Ensure marking results in improved work.